BluTech Lenses | Wichita Falls, TX
We Utilize The Latest BluTech Lenses
The lenses used in modern prescription eyewear are constantly evolving to ensure that patients receive the greatest clarity of vision possible while still maintaining the aesthetics of the lenses used so that they aren’t overly thick or unattractive. We are pleased to be able to supply our Clarke Custom Label frames with the latest BluTech lenses.
BluTech lenses are specifically designed to help filter out blue light which is proven to be harmful to our eyes and our vision. Most people already know that blue light is emitted by our digital devices, and thanks to us spending more time looking at screens than ever before, our exposure to blue light from smartphones, laptops and more is likely to be much higher than is considered healthy. However, far fewer people realize that the sun is also a primary source of harmful UV light and intense blue light that can potentially harm our eyes and eyesight.
Symptoms Of Blue Light Exposure
Some of the known effects of excessive blue light exposure include:
Dry eye syndrome
Loss of concentration/brain fog
Fortunately, our BluTech lenses help to filter out harmful blue light and eliminate the symptoms associated with blue light exposure. We can offer both indoor and outdoor BluTech lenses as well as customizing your lenses for your specific requirements. This includes features like:
Transition lenses that darken in UV light
Ultra-thin high-index lenses
Sports lenses (for sports glasses and sports safety eyewear)
Safety lenses (for prescription safety eyewear)
Indoor Blutech lenses
Indoor BluTech lenses are designed specifically for protection from sources of harmful blue light that are found indoors. This includes fluorescent lighting, computer, and smartphone screens and even televisions.
Outdoor BluTech lenses
Our Outdoor BluTech lenses are designed to give the wearer maximum protection against the damaging effects of UV and blue light while also improving your ability to see clearly outdoors. This means reduced glare, improved color perception, and superior visual acuity, even on the brightest of days.