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We offer the latest in spectacle lens materials such as high index plastic and glass, aspheric lenses and photosensitive lenses. Lens coatings include scratch resistant, antireflection, and ultaviolet. We offer single vision, bifocal and progressive lenses as well as special occupational lens designs. For a full presentation of lens options available, meet with one of our expert opticians. He or she will make helpful suggestions in filling your prescription according to your visual needs.
For many people, the long hours spent viewing a computer screen can lead to eyestrain, blurred vision, tired eyes with burning or dryness, double vision and headaches.
The vision problems related to viewing computer/video display terminals stem from the differences between printed material and the images we see on electronic displays. If you suffer symptoms of eyestrain while viewing a computer screen, clinically-proven help is now available at Mountain View Optometry. Your eyecare provider can help design a prescription for your actual work environment. You will notice the difference in comfort immediately, and eye strain and blurred vision from computer use should become a thing of the past.
Your eyesight and comfort in the work environment are too important to neglect. Ask the staff or doctors at Mountain View Optometry about your options for custom made eyewear for all your visual needs.
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