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Glasses and Contact Lens Technology

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The quality of a digital camera depends on the number of pixels it's capable of producing. The same is true for the clarity of a lens. 

These technologies allow lenses to be engineered with more precision, resulting in lenses that offer increased clarity at all distances. To learn what these lenses can do for you, visit American Eyecare Center.
Contact Lens

Bifocal Contact Lenses

The ability to shift focus from faraway objects to objects that're close is slowly lost as we age. Once we reach our early 40s, we lose enough of this focusing ability to notice. This usually means the need for bifocals or reading glasses.

Today, with advances in contact lens technology, the need for glasses can be greatly reduced if not eliminated. There are many different designs that correct focusing difficulty.

Our doctors are experienced in these technologies and are eager to find the contact lens that is right for you.
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