If you are looking for designer sunglasses but are unsure which brand name is right for you, we offer a variety of different brands and styles so you can try them out.
- Each designer has a certain image that he or she portrays through clothing and accessories, as well as through advertising and promotions.
- Designer and celebrity sunglasses tend to be pricier, and often have more expensive upgrades such as jewels and inlays with unique patterns and designs. Attractive designer logos may be etched or inlaid in high-end frames.
- There are many designer and celebrity sunglass lines to choose from, and price points can range from very affordable to highly extravagant.
- Polarized lenses have a special filter that blocks this type of intense reflected light, reducing glare and discomfort.
- Polarized sunglasses always have been very popular among people who spend a lot of time near water. And for good reason — polarized lenses block glare from light reflecting off the surface of the water better than any other type of sunglass lens.
- Polarized sunglasses aren’t just for people who love boating, fishing, or going to the beach. Anyone who is bothered by glare outdoors can benefit from these advanced sunglass lenses.
- Polarized sunglasses can be helpful for driving, too, because they reduce glare-causing reflections from flat surfaces, such as the hoods of vehicles and light-colored pavement.
- Some light-sensitive people, including someone who has had cataract surgery, will also benefit from polarized sunglasses.
- Photochromic lenses are eyeglass lenses that are clear (or nearly clear) indoors and darken automatically when exposed to sunlight. Other terms sometimes used for photochromic lenses include “light-adaptive lenses” and “variable tint lenses.”
- The molecules responsible for causing photochromic lenses to darken are activated by the sun’s ultraviolet radiation. Because UV rays penetrate clouds, photochromic lenses will darken on overcast days as well as sunny days.
- Though photochromic lenses cost more than clear eyeglass lenses, they offer the convenience of reducing the need to carry a pair of prescription sunglasses with you everywhere you go.
- Graphite Green
Sunlight scatters in all directions, but when it strikes flat surfaces, the light that is reflected by the surfaces tends to become polarized — meaning the reflected light beams travel in a more uniform (usually horizontal) direction. This creates an annoying and sometimes dangerous intensity of light that causes glare and reduces visibility.
Transition – Light Intelligent with Flash Mirror
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We are dedicated to seeing that every patient gets the best possible care and service they deserve. For more information on designer sunglasses, or to schedule an appointment, give us a call at (949) 552-4271.