KBCO Polarized Lenses -2018
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We are very excited to announce our newest arrivals from French Designer Michel Atlan.
EZO is heading into the new year with an updated website. You spoke – we listened! Some of the most common complaints we received from our customers regarding the website have been addressed and we hope you like the new and improved platform!!! As always when making changes, there can be some hiccups along the way and we appreciate your patience as we work out any issues 🙂
Wishing you a wonderful holiday season and a fabulous New Year!
To Our Valued Customers,
Our small family owned business is growing and we are making some major changes to our business model in order to improve our customer experience for both our local customers and our internet customers.
For our internet customers: We will be offering “Frame Only” orders and will discontinue prescription lens options and some of the “Special Order” products to eliminate long wait times. We will revisit this decision after we have added more trained staff to process specialty items and provide the attention they deserve.
For our local customers: We have moved our service locations to N. Conway, Tamworth, and Union/Wakefield with “Walk-In” hours at each location. We accept the following insurances at those locations: MaineCare, NH Medicaid, Spectera, Well Sense and some Davis Vision Plans. Complete details can be found on our website ezonh.com / Local Optical Services.
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Back-to-school time is just around the corner, and the scramble to buy school clothes and new pencils, backpacks and notebooks will begin. Ophthalmologists remind busy parents not to neglect one of the most important learning tools: their children’s eyes.
Good vision and overall eye health are vital to learning. E-Z Optical joins the American Academy of Ophthalmology in emphasizing the importance of healthy vision to academic success during Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month in August.
Because children are still growing, being vigilant about eye health is important. The earlier that problems are identified, the sooner they can be addressed. For children to maintain healthy eyes and vision throughout the school year, E-Z Optical and the American Academy of Ophthalmology recommend the following four tips:
For school-age children, a vision screening – which is less comprehensive than a dilated eye examination by an ophthalmologist, can be performed by a pediatrician, family physician, nurse or trained technician during regular checkups. If the screening detects a problem, the child may need to see an ophthalmologist – an eye physician and surgeon – or other eye care professional.
Visit the Academy’s website to learn more about common childhood eye conditions.
Healthy vision starts with you! Use these 10 tips to take care of your eyes. More information can be found at The National Eye Institute.
Keep your eyes healthy by eating a well-balanced diet. Load up on different types of fruits and veggies, especially leafy greens like spinach, kale, and collard greens. Fish like salmon, tuna, and halibut have been shown to help your eyes, too.
Did you know that kids who exercise often have a healthier body weight than kids who don’t? Being overweight or obese can put you at higher risk for diabetes and other conditions that can lead to vision problems.
Is your vision blurry? Do you squint a lot? Ever have trouble seeing things at school? Tell a parent or teacher if your eyes are bothering you or if you notice any changes in your vision.
Your glasses help you see better, especially when they’re clean and free of smudges. Talk to an adult about how to clean your glasses and how to store them when you’re not wearing them.
Always wash your hands before putting them close to your eyes, especially if you’re putting in or taking out contact lenses.
Playing your favorite sport? Using chemicals during science class? Mowing the lawn? Wear the right protection to keep your eyes safe. Many eye injuries can be prevented with better safety habits, such as using protective eyewear.
The sun’s rays can hurt your eyes. Choose sunglasses that block 99% or 100% of both UVA and UVB radiation from the sun. And remember, you should never look directly at the sun.
Do you spend a lot of time looking at a computer, phone, or TV screen? Staring at any one thing for too long can tire your eyes. Give your eyes a rest with the 20-20-20 rule: Every 20 minutes, look about 20 feet away for 20 seconds.
Did you know that smoking is as bad for your eyes as it is the rest of your body? Smoking can put you at risk for some pretty serious eye issues, which can lead to blindness.
Does anyone in your family have issues with their eyes? Not sure? Ask! Talking about eye health with your family can help all of you stay healthy.
For More Information visit: http://www.allaboutvision.com/conditions/allergies.htm
Great opportunity for Optometrist or Ophthalmologist in Tamworth, NH. Excellent location with definite need for your services! Must be friendly and work well with others. Contact Erika Rezzuti at 603-730-2573 for more information.