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Prescription Sunglass Treatments

Prescription sunglasses

If you spend a lot of time outdoors or driving in the car, and still need vision correction, prescription sunglasses are perfect for soothing the eyes. Since most prescription sunglasses manufacturers block 100% UV, prescription sunglasses are a healthy way to enjoy the outdoors (especially the beach) and driving using the darkest lenses available to protect against the brightness of the sun.

Polarized sunglasses

For reduced glare and increased clarity in your vision, a pair of polarized sunglasses can’t be beat. An invisible filter is built into your lenses—making images appear sharper and clearer while reducing the intensity of the sun’s glare. Make sure your polarized sunglasses block 100% UV, and remember that polarized sunglasses are available with or without a prescription.

It’s always handy to have a second pair of eyeglasses—why not choose a second pair that makes a real difference in the comfort and clarity of vision while doing the things you love most!

 

Special thanks to the EyeGlass Guide for informational material that aided in the creation of this website.

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bridlewood pop up coronaCOVID-19 UPDATE – Bridlewood Eye Care

Effective March 19 2020, we have cancelled all appointments until further notice. We will be contacting you to re-schedule these appointment once we have information on when we can re-open and that it is safe to do so.

In the meantime, we are available for emergency treatment such as trauma, foreign body removal, conjunctivitis, broken glasses, ordering contacts, etc. If you are unsure if your situation qualifies as an emergency, please feel free to contact us at 403-873-2123 or by emailing info@bridlewoodeyecare.com. For now, we are open M-F, 12-5pm.

Please do not go to the hospital or urgent care for emergencies without discussing with us first, unless it is a sight threatening emergency. Hospitals are not equipped to deal with ocular emergencies. You are our patients and our responsibility and we will take care of you.

We will continue to follow AHS guidelines. We are closely monitoring and ensuring that the health and well-being of our patients, staff and doctors remains at the forefront. Please continue to take care of yourself and each other.