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Optometrist, Marciano Eyewear in Hot Springs, Arkansas.What makes Marcolin an international point of reference in the eyewear sector is its approach: high-quality production process, exploration of the most innovative trends, solid and distinctive values embodied in every new pair of glasses. Find out what distinguishes us.

The glasses we wear tell the world who we are. Finding the right ones means expressing one’s identity by means of an impeccable, iconic accessory.
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VogueVogue Eyewear stands for fashion. Created in 1973, Vogue Eyewear evokes the name of the prestigious fashion magazine which defines modern style trends and inspiration. The Vogue collection makes a statement with unique and intricate details, bold colors and brave shapes – a variety of the hottest fashion looks for each woman to define her higher fashion sense with her eyes.

Strike a pose with the hottest frames, creating a stylish and chic look, while maintaining a classic style. The flirty designs and superior quality truly reflect the glamour that the name Vogue is known and loved for.

Vogue Eyewear turns everyday glasses into a hot fashion accessory which makes a statement – you are on the cutting edge of fashion. Vogue’s creative sense of fashion and visionary design creates a line of eyewear that makes each woman feel like a covergirl.

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We know your favorite fashion accessory isn’t actually an accessory at all… it’s a necessity. Why have clunky metal frames when you can have tortoise-shell frames? Or have both and enhance your fashion statement. Our selection of eyeglasses & designer frames combines the latest trends and prices.

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Prescription Reading Glasses vs. Over-the-Counter Readers

If you are over 40, chances are you need reading glasses (or you will soon!). You can purchase these eyeglasses on your own from a local drugstore, or you can buy prescription glasses from an optical store. What’s the difference?

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Prescription Reading Glasses vs. Over-the-Counter Readers

If you are over 40, chances are you need reading glasses (or you will soon!). You can purchase these eyeglasses on your own from a local drugstore, or you can buy prescription glasses from an optical store. What’s the difference?

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For starters, generic reading glasses (also known as readers) bought over-the-counter are designed especially for presbyopia. This refers to the age-related condition in which your natural eye lens loses flexibility, making it hard to focus on near objects. These spectacles will not address other visual conditions, such as nearsightedness or astigmatism, as they are constructed from magnifying lenses set into eyeglass frames.

Over-the-counter eyeglasses are typically lower priced and lower quality, especially when compared to the durable, designer frames in our optical collection. The frames tend to be weaker, and the lenses scratch easily.

Readers also have the exact same prescription in each lens. Therefore, if your vision condition isn’t identical in both eyes, then it may be difficult to focus with these generic glasses.

Yet one distinct advantage of drugstore spectacles is their convenience. If you only need reading glasses occasionally, then this may be an ideal solution for your presbyopia. Wearing them for an extended period, such as reading for hours, may cause eye fatigue and headaches. Yet if you only need to put them on to read the fine print at the bottom of a package, then they can be fine for your requirements. You can easily buy a few pairs and store them where you need them most! Keep one pair in your desk drawer and another in your bag.

When we craft prescription eyeglasses for you, we follow a precise vision prescription provided by your eye doctor. To determine this prescription, your eye health and visual acuity will be tested thoroughly. Your reading spectacles will then be custom-made to match the needs of each eye, respectively. In contrast to the display of generic readers in the drugstore, there’s no limit to the range of lens powers available from our optical store.

Lenses made in a prescription laboratory boast higher quality and sharper clarity. The frames are adjusted to suit your face, and the optical center of the lenses is placed in the ideal position you need for comfortable reading.

You will be able to choose the perfect pair of designer frames from our quality collection, and we’ll fit them with the correct lens powers. We’ll also offer you options such as scratch-resistant and anti-glare coatings.

Can Generic Readers Hurt Your Eyes?

No. Wearing these over-the-counter glasses may bother your eyes or cause a headache if the prescription isn’t correct, but they will not damage your lasting vision. To ensure that you purchase the right power of lenses, it’s a good idea to have an eye exam from a knowledgeable eye doctor. Even if you opt not to buy prescription reading glasses from an optical laboratory, a full vision test is the best, most reliable way to find out the magnification that you need! Contact us to schedule an eye exam with our optometrist!

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The Best Ways to Choose Eyeglass Frames

Glasses, when picked appropriately, can improve your best facial features, while hiding your less desirable features. It’s crucial to collaborate with an optician to select a complementary style that works well with your prescription. At Medical Arts Optical, our opticians are experts in this area and they assist the many different customers who come to us for aid.

There are numerous considerations to check out when choosing a frame.

The initial factor to consider is your face shape. You ought to also consider your hair color and skin tone. Furthermore, consider what you will be using the frames for, such as basic uses, reading, or sport. Ultimately you must consider exactly what sort of material you like best for the frame, and the lenses.

The first thing to consider when choosing a frame is your face shape. There are generally seven various face shapes, and different frames look best on each different shape. Take a look at this video for an aesthetic explanation of how to establish your face shape:

Oval

Oval

Oval faces are symetrical, and are longer than wide, which makes them the easiest to discover frames that are flattering. Looks excellent on oval faces.

Square

Square

Square faces have strong jaws and broad foreheads, and are in proportion to one another. A square face looks best with frames that soften the angles of the face.

Round

Round

Rounded faces have soft foreheads and chins, without any angles. A round face looks best with frames that will include angles and add definition to the face.

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Triangle

Triangle faces have slim, wide foreheads and round chins. Faces that are triangle shaped look best with frames that add design details and color at the top to balance the face.

Heart

Heart

To balance out a heart-shaped face, pick smaller sized frame designs without detail, and a lower set temple. Rectangular, square, and aviator frames will certainly all work with this face shape.

Oblong

Oblong

Oblong faces have square chins with a face that is longer than it is wide. Oblong faces appear best in round, square, or rectangle-shaped frames, with detailing on the temples.

Diamond

Diamond

Diamond faces are narrow on the bottom and the top. The very best frames for diamond faces are frames that accentuate the top of the eyes, such as cat-eye shapes, or highly decorative frames.

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Choosing Eyeglass Frames For Children
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According to statistics, approximately one out of five children need to wear glasses to see accurately. Unfortunately, it can be hard to get children to wear glasses for one of several reasons. Children can find glasses uncomfortable, “uncool” and unstylish, or too fragile for an active life.

Fortunately, there are strong, comfortable, stylish frames now made for children. These glasses not only improve vision, but they look great. These are some of the things you should look for when buying eyeglass frames for your child:

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One out of Five Children Need to Wear Glasses

According to statistics, approximately one out of five children need to wear glasses to see accurately. Unfortunately, it can be hard to get children to wear glasses for one of several reasons. Children can find glasses uncomfortable, “uncool” and unstylish, or too fragile for an active life.

Fortunately, there are strong, comfortable, stylish frames now made for children. These glasses not only improve vision, but they look great. These are some of the things you should look for when buying eyeglass frames for your child:

The Right Fit for Your Child's Eyeglasses

A Comfortable Correct Fit is Essential for Kids

The frames should not be too big or too small, too close to the cheekbone and not higher than the eyebrow. The frames should fit the face well, and not be wider than the face itself. In general, the smaller the frames the easier it is for a child to forget about them, and not mind wearing them.

However, they need to be large enough so that your child can see easily in all directions. An eye specialist needs to help fit the glasses, because the middle of the glasses needs to be adjusted to directly correspond to the middle of the pupils of the eye.

Even small fitting errors can lead to much less effective vision correction. Parents should resist any urge to buy glasses that are a bit large for their children to grow into.

Glasses Must Fit Properly on the Bridge of the Nose

Children have small noses and bridges, so the nose support of the glasses needs to fit very well, and be comfortable, with padding. If the glasses sit on pressure points, they will be very uncomfortable, and it's unlikely your child will wear them.

A new feature is gel-padding, that makes the nose bridge extra comfortable. With these features the glasses will be more comfortable to wear. Pay attention to the way the frames fit at the temples. They should fit comfortably, without pressure, and without being too loose.

Spring hinges are very strong, and will ensure the frames have a long lifetime of wear. Eyeglasses fitted with sport temples are also an option. These temples are flexible, and are fitted for a child's ear.

Children's frames must have these three things:

Children's frames must be extremely strong, break resistant and light. The ideal frame will be made out of a flexible material that can be bent about without breaking.

For this reason eyeglass frames made of titanium are a good choice, as this material is light and strong.

As for the lenses, polycarbonate lenses are more impact-resistant than other lenses, and are a good choice for children's glasses.

Special sports glasses for children are available, that are made entirely out of plastic, with temples that don't include hinges, and include an elastic strap for the head that helps make sure the glasses stay in place.

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ALWAYS REMEMBER TO
INCLUDE YOUR CHILD

The most important part of choosing eyeglasses, is choosing them with your child. Include your child in the choice of glasses, among styles that are suitable. If your child likes the way the glasses look and feel, there is a much better chance that your child will actually wear them. When children wear their glasses they are more successful at everything that they do, both casual activities like sports and games, and learning activities at school.

Ocular Disease Diagnosis and Treatment


Utilizing cutting edge technology, we diagnose and manage, with greater precision, diseases like Glaucoma, Macular Degeneration, Cataracts, and Diabetic Retinopathy.

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Precise Eye Care Diagnosis

Preserving the eyesight of our patients so they can get the most out of life is our greatest goal. Our Eye Care Clinic makes it a policy to ensure that all staff members are up-to-date on the latest technology and techniques to make your visit as comfortable and effective as possible. As optometric technology changes, it is even more important to visit an eye doctor who has all the right optometry qualifications and follows the latest developments in eye care.

Earlier and more precise diagnosis means earlier treatment and better outcomes. We can take an aggressive approach to diseases that previously had few treatment options. Great advances have been made in the treatment of these diseases.

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Pediatric Eye Exams in Hot Springs


Accurate and healthy vision is crucial for a child’s physical development, success in academic endeavours, and overall well-being.

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Vision and School Success | Medical Arts Optical

As much as 80 % of what a child learns in school is acquired through vision. If vision problems go undetected, children can be misdiagnosed with “learning difficulties” or “ADHD”, as is already the case in much of the world.

However, if a child undergoes a comprehensive eye exam, and vision complications are detected early in life, it is often possible to treat them effectively, leading to far fewer problems down the line.

Don’t wait until your children are already in school and struggling to read, see the board, or play sports. At Medical Arts Optical, we have the clinical knowledge and expertise to identify vision issues early on and intervene before the problems affect different areas of your children’s lives.

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School Vision Screenings vs. Comprehensive Eye Exams for Children

Typically, pediatrician or school vision screenings check your child’s eyes for basic aberrations or abnormalities. But to ensure good vision and proper eye health development, a comprehensive eye exam by a pediatric optometrist is required.

Comprehensive eye evaluations are crucial in revealing potential vision problems, which can interfere with kids’ learning development. This exam includes tests for binocularity, refractive error, color vision, acuity, and overall eye health.

What is Assessed During a Pediatric Eye Exam?

The Medical Arts Optical optometrist will perform a thorough internal and external eye health evaluation. He or she will use specialized, age-appropriate instruments, testing procedures, and technologies that provide accurate results independent of your child’s response.

Your child’s vision-related learning skills will be assessed by evaluating the following:

  • Eye Focusing
  • Depth Perception
  • Color Perception
  • Eye Tracking
  • Eye Muscle Teaming
  • Peripheral Awareness
  • Near Visual Acuity
  • Distance Visual Acuity

How Often Should a Child Have an Eye Exam?

Children should have their first comprehensive eye exam at 6 months of age.
Following that, they should have their eyes examined at age 3 and at around age 5.
For school-aged children who don’t require correction, an eye exam every two years is recommended. Whereas children who need eyeglasses or contact lenses should be examined annually or as recommended by your optometrist.

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Glasses for Kids

Should your child need glasses for vision correction, Medical Arts Optical has a wide variety of age-appropriate and safe options. Because we specialize in eye care for young patients, we’re well acquainted with their preferred styles, shapes, and colors. We carry a large range of frames for children, inspired by adult trends but with a fun and imaginative approach and a pediatric fit in mind.

All of our frames are comfortable, durable, and made with kid-friendly materials. Young children find the bright colored frames they love, while teens find the latest fashion trends scaled down to fit their faces.

Do your kids play sports?

Athletic eyewear for children can help protect their young eyes from sports injuries.

At Medical Arts Optical, we have something for every child and teen, no matter their preferences.

Contact Lenses for Teens

Contact lenses may be a good option for teens who frequently play sports or are concerned with how they look, and they’re at an age when they can adequately care for their lenses.

Contact Lenses Q&A with Dr. Long

Q. At what age do you recommend children start with contact lenses?

A. As an optometrist, I believe that contact lenses can be worn at any age. But contacts are a privilege and not a right. There is a financial responsibility associated with contact lens wear, as well as the need for overall accountability to avoid eye health issues. Therefore, for young people, I recommend that we wait to try contacts until both the patient and parents are on board.

In my experience, if the patient is not wanting contact lenses he/she will not take care of them appropriately and/or will not be successful at handling the lenses. On the flip side, the parent(s) need to agree to assume the financial responsibility of fit, follow up, and materials; also, they must agree that their child is mature enough to take care of the contacts on his/her own.

Do you have specific questions about fitting your child with glasses or contacts? Contact Dr. Long at Medical Arts Optical, and we’ll be happy to assist.

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Your Child Deserves the Best Eye Care

Medical Arts Optical pediatric optometry division is a source of pride for our practice. Our experienced team works diligently to ensure that infants, children and teens have the ability to see, perceive and experience the world to their highest potential.

Make pediatric eye exams a priority. Don’t wait until your child faces issues at school or in other areas of life – contact Medical Arts Optical now. Visit us for a routine comprehensive pediatric eye exam, or come to us with your concerns regarding your infant or toddler’s vision, and we’ll make sure to find the optimal solution for his or her visual problems. Let us bring great eye health and vision care to you and your family for many years to come.

Medical Arts Optical serves patients from in, and around Hot Springs, Arkansas.

COMPREHENSIVE EYE EXAMS in Hot Springs


Learn more about what problems can be spotted with an eye exam, what's involved in a comprehensive exam, and special considerations for kids and contacts.

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Keeping Your Eyes Healthy is Our Top Priority

When women and men consider their overall health, they don't normally think about the health of their eyes. But you depend upon your eyes more intense than just about every other part of your body's system. Taking care of the well-being of your eyes is, therefore, an absolute necessity, especially if you want to count on them for years to come! There are a number of ways to safeguard your vision, but the foremost, crucial action you can take is to get a comprehensive eye exam.

No matter whom you are or what your age is, a complete eye exam will go a long way towards ensuring that your sight remains clear and healthy. A thorough eye and vision evaluation can be performed by your eye doctor at Medical Arts Optical in Hot Springs. If you haven't been to the optometrist in more than a year, it's time to book a consultation for an eye exam.

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How often do I need an eye exam?

Your symptoms, personal vision condition and the professional judgment of our Hot Springsoptometrist will often determine the ideal schedule for comprehensive eye testing. We generally adhere to the guidelines set by the American Optometric Association (AOA), which state that yearly eye exams are recommended for adults who need vision correction (eyeglasses or contact lenses).

When no vision correction is required, all adults should have an eye evaluation performed annually, after age 40. The risk of many ocular diseases, such as cataracts and macular degeneration, increases past age 60, and it’s advised to consult with our optometrist about the frequency of your examinations. In addition, some health factors, such as diabetes and hypertension, indicate a need for more frequent eye exams; ask your eye doctor for guidance.

When do kids need pediatric eye exams?

Some experts estimate that approximately 5% to 10% of preschoolers and 25% of school-aged children have vision problems. According to the American Optometric Association (AOA), all children should have their eyes examined at 6 months of age, at age 3 and again at the start of school. Children without vision problems or risk factors should then continue to have their eyes examined at least every two years throughout school.

Children with existing vision problems or risk factors should have their eyes examined more frequently. Common risk factors for vision problems include:

  • premature birth
  • developmental delays
  • turned or crossed eyes
  • the family history of eye disease
  • history of eye injury
  • other physical illness or disease

The AOA recommends that children who wear eyeglasses or contact lenses should have their eyes examined at least every 12 months or according to their eye doctor’s instructions. Consult with our Hot Springs eye doctors for personalized recommendations about when your child needs an eye exam.

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From Eye Exam to New Lenses

How does the eye doctor find my prescription?

Our eye doctor in Hot Springs, Arkansas, will check your vision thoroughly to provide you with an accurate prescription. If you wear eyeglasses or contact lenses, your visual acuity will be assessed both with and without your corrective lenses.

You’ll be asked to read from a basic eye chart of numbers and letters, which tests your eyesight at various distances. The normal measurement for eyes with no refractive error is 20/20. We’ll also use a phoropter to check carefully for astigmatism, nearsightedness, and farsightedness. This procedure involves having you look through a series of lenses, and you’ll need to give feedback on which ones give the clearest vision. With the aid of a retinoscope, we’ll measure how light focuses on your retina with each of the different lenses.

Altogether, these tests will provide us with the information necessary to issue you a highly accurate vision prescription. All that’s left for you to do is choose a pair of attractive frames from our eyewear collection or purchase from our selection of premium contact lenses, and you’ll see and look sharp in no time!

Importance of routine eye examinations

Another thing to ponder is the fact that the eye may be predisposed to certain problems, similar to other parts of the body. Most people have heard of the most familiar disorders of the eye, such as glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy. Since these ailments usually display no signs or symptoms in their early stages, it’s vital that you depend upon preventive health care to avoid many common eye diseases. This is best accomplished by having regular eye examinations.

Our Hot Springs eye doctor will have the ability to look for diseases like glaucoma, to ensure that you can take suitable steps to treat the disease before it progresses. Even though these diseases are more prevalent in elderly individuals, it is vital to note that eye disease can also occur at an earlier age.

Vision testing vs. complete eye testing

It’s important to differentiate between a basic vision screening and an in-depth eye exam. A lot of people trust that by having a registered nurse or primary care doctor conduct a vision screening, that this is sufficient. However, vision screening may only include reading letters off a chart at various distances. There are many more evaluations and checks that must be performed to inspect for other diseases such as cataracts, macular degeneration, Dry Eye Syndrome or Computer Vision. Only comprehensive eye examinations done on a consistent schedule can ensure that your eyes are being kept safe!

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Transitions® Lenses Optical, Inc. has developed the world's most advanced photochromic lens technology—the ability of a lens to darken in the presence of invisible UV light.

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TRANSITIONS®️ LIGHT INTELLIGENT LENSES

Transitions Light Intelligent Lenses automatically adapt to changing light conditions.
Responding to the light around you, they intelligently change from clear to dark when you go outdoors and back to clear when you return indoors.

Transitions Signature GEN 8 is the latest innovation offering the best overall photochromic lens.

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Original Transitions Lenses

Original Transitions lenses are designed to meet the needs of the majority of those who appreciate the value of eyewear offering adaptive lens technology. With the widest variety of lens designs and materials to choose from, original Transitions lenses quickly adapt between indoor and outdoor conditions, offering a distinct advantage over ordinary clear lenses.

  • Changes from clear indoors to dark outdoors
  • Clear as an ordinary clear lens indoors and at night
  • Blocks 100% of the sun's harmful UVA & UVB rays
  • Available in Gray or Brown
  • Compatible with leading frame brands and styles

Transitions Signature Gen8

  • Offering a new frontier of performance returns to clear faster than ever and even darker outdoors
  • The best protection for your eyes against UV light and harmful blue light
  • Adapts seamlessly to any lighting letting you enjoy a hassle-free life
  • Available in 3 iconic colours and 4 vibrant Style Colours

BENEFITS

  • BLUE LIGHT FILTER
    Filters blue light indoors and outdoors
  • ENHANCES COLOUR PERCEPTION
    For optimal visual performance
  • TINTS WITH LIGHT
    Clear lenses indoors and tinted lenses when out in the sun
  • REDUCES GLARE
    Tinted lenses in the sun for comfortable vision
  • UV PROTECTION
    Protects your eyes from UVA and UVB rays
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Transitions® XTRActive

Transitions® Xtractive is the first lens with a light-activated tint that works behind a windscreen in a car. When indoors they have a comfortable, slight tint to shield your eyes from strain caused by harsh indoor lighting.

TRANSITIONS® XTRACTIVE BENEFITS

Ideal for active outdoor lifestyles and those who drive frequently.

  • Extra dark in bright sunlight and hotter climates
  • A hint of tint protects eyes from harsh indoor light

TRANSITIONS® XTRACTIVE FEATURES

  • Activation inside a car
  • Block 100% of UV rays

Transitions & SOLFX Sunwear Products

Transitions® Lenses SOLFX sun lenses are high-performance sunwear specifically designed for outdoor use. Traditional sunwear remains the same level of darkness regardless of the level of sunlight. This is why in certain situations some sunglasses can seem too dark, while other situations the same pair may not seem dark enough.

Transitions® Lenses SOLFX sun lenses self-adjust, changing the level of darkness with the changing amount of sunlight so you can see better, look great and perform at your best.

  • Sun lenses that adjust from dark to darker depending on the sun
  • Offers a variety of colors and tint ranges by outdoor need
  • Multiple unique product offerings designed for specific outdoor activities.
  • Blocks 100% of sun’s harmful UVA & UVB rays.
  • Compatible with many frame brands and styles to create custom look
  • Available in prescription and non-prescription.
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Transitions Vantage

The First and Only Everyday Photochromic Lenses with Variable Polarisation.

Clear lenses that darken have been around for a long time. Sunglasses with polarisation have also existed for a long time, but Transitions Vantage marks a new era in eyewear. Transitions Vantage eyeglass lenses both darken and polarise in bright, outdoor light.

That means, as Transitions® Vantage™ lenses get darker, vision gets crisper, sharper and more vivid. While glare is reduced in even the brightest outdoor conditions.

TRANSITIONS® VANTAGE™ BENEFITS

  • Block 100% of UV rays
  • Fit any prescription and frame
  • Suitable for any age including children

TRANSITIONS® VANTAGE™ FEATURES

  • They adapt to indirect light – such as light reflected from buildings, cars, and many other surfaces.
  • Fully clear indoors and at night
  • Fast fade back speed

Transitions For Kids

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Parents are twice as likely to protect their own eyes compared to their children’s eyes, yet 80% of UV damage happens during childhood and adolescence.

Transitions for kids comes with enhanced protection when compared to other ‘children’s’ lenses. With two product package offerings: Standard or Premium, parents can rest easy knowing that their child’s eyes are protected all day.

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