Corrective lenses address refractive errors within your eyes for crystal
clear vision. Whether you prefer to wear glasses or opt for contacts,
you will immediately enjoy greater comfort and visual acuity. Your family
eye doctor at YESnick Vision Center can perform a fast and easy vision
test to determine whether you could benefit from glasses or contacts in
Finding the right Glasses Frames
Glasses aren't just a visual aid—they are a fashion statement
you wear every day. Finding the right frames for you means taking into
account not only your stylistic preferences, but the shape of your face
as well to find a pair of frames that suits your everyday look.
- The best frames are those that provide contrast for your face shape. If
you have a round face, choose glasses with straighter lines; if you have
a short face, try choosing glasses that feature elongated or rectangular lenses.
- Your glasses should accentuate your best feature. Choose glasses frames
that highlight the color of your eyes or skin, look great with your hair
color, or allow others to see your long, beautiful eyelashes.
- One of the most important factors when considering eyeglasses is the size
of your frames. If you have a small or large face, choose frames proportionate
to your face size so they don't look too large or too small.
Contact Lens Care Tips
Your contact lenses are a valuable investment in better vision and a glasses-free
look. Caring for your contact lenses will prolong their lifetime and improve
their comfort while you wear them. YESnick Vision Center offers glasses
and contacts for the whole family, including eyeglasses, sunglasses, disposable
contact lenses, and astigmatism contact lenses. Please call (702) 966-2020
to reach your local eye doctor today!
- Always wash and dry your hands prior to handling your contact lenses.
- Unless your contacts are specifically designed to be slept in, remove and
clean them every night. You should avoid napping in your lenses as well.
- Rinse your contact lenses with a saline solution every time you take them
out before storing them in their case.
- Store your contact lenses in a solution designed to remove protein buildup,
which will clean your lenses while they are in the case.
- If you wear disposable contact lenses, replace them on the schedule prescribed
by your eye doctor. Don't try to make your lenses last longer to save money.
- Never re-use solution to store your contact lenses—always use fresh
solution to clean and store them.
- Replace your contact lens case every three months; if your case becomes
cracked or otherwise damaged, replace it immediately.