Protect and relax your eyes from digital screens.
At Health Partners Optical, we take providing you with the most optimal and comfortable vision very seriously. That’s why we’re always on the look out for the latest innovations and lens designs. We take the time to find out about your lifestyle so we can make the best possible recommendation for you.
These days, many of us are spending large amounts of time looking at screens. It’s hard to avoid in this digital age.
Unfortunately, our eyes were never meant to look at millions of glowing pixels all day and overuse of digital devices can lead to:
- Red and dry eyes
- Tired eyes and blurred vision
- Neck and shoulder pain
On the bright side, there’s no need to immediately power down in panic or change your screen life. With Eyezen lenses, you can enhance it.
Eyezen lenses are designed to protect your eyes in multiple ways and provide a combination of ground-breaking vision solutions that keep your eyes relaxed and comfortable.
Enhanced lenses for screen distance.
Since the way we look at every digital device is different, Eyezen lenses are enhanced to help you see comfortably regardless of device sizes and the distances you hold them. This helps you continue to see clearly and reduce eye strain.
Filters harmful blue light.
Our eyes natural filters don’t provide suitable protection against the blue light that radiates from digital screens. Studies have shown that long exposure to blue light over time can lead to serious long-term damage to your eyes. Eyezen lenses filter at least 20% of this harmful blue light.
We all deserve the most comfortable vision possible. That’s why Eyezen glasses are available to everyone at Health Partners Optical, whether you have a prescription or not, to help reduce eye strain, keep you going and get the most out of your screen life.
So make an appointment to see us, tell us a little about your day-to-day life and our expert staff will give you the best recommendation based on your needs.
Blue Light Has a Dark Side, Harvard Health Letter, May 2012
2015 Digital Eye Strain Report, The Vision Council