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Eyeglasses can bother kids and teens, while contact lenses can be an intimidating alternative.
Vision is not harmed if you don’t wear your glasses, but you could face various discomforts if you don’t.
Children need proper vision care. This is possible with or without vision insurance.
A concave lens corrects nearsightedness by diverging the light rays entering the eye so that they focus directly on the retina instead of in front of it.
Reading glasses are designed to help people see close-up objects more clearly. If you need help seeing things far away, too, you’ll need progressive lenses.
Sports glasses and goggles designed for active kids are a great alternative to regular eyeglasses and contact lenses.