What if we told you that 9 out of 10 people treated for eye accidents could have prevented their injury?
Safety experts say that nearly all eye injuries can be prevented by wearing protective eyewear: safety glasses and goggles that come in both prescription and non-prescription versions.
At Revision Optix in Simpsonville, we help patients keep their eyes healthy and safe, and can guide you towards the safety eyewear most suitable for you.
Anyone who finds themselves in a potentially hazardous environment should wear properly-fitting safety glasses to keep their eyes safe and healthy.
Common eye hazards include projectiles, chemicals, radiation, debris, sparks, and particles of metal, wood or other materials. Fast-moving balls and hockey pucks are also potential hazards.
From DIY-ers and construction workers to hobbyists, lab technicians and athletes, there’s a wide range of people who can benefit from protective eyewear. Here’s a short list of activities that require safety glasses, whether you do them professionally or for fun:
There are several types of safety glasses and each is made for a specific purpose or activity. Wearing the incorrect type of eyewear for your activity can be just as risky as forgoing them altogether.
Some popular choices of safety glasses include:
Anti-fog safety glasses
Polarized safety glasses
Over-your-glasses safety glasses
Bifocal safety glasses
Laser safety glasses
Medical safety glasses
Color blind safety glasses
Safety glasses come in many sizes for children and adults, ensuring the most secure and comfortable fit.
Not sure which type of safety glasses you need? No problem — we can help.
At Revision Optix in Simpsonville, we know how precious your vision is, and we’re here to help you preserve it.
Whether it's a routine eye exam or helping you select the right protective eyewear — your eyes and vision are our top priority.
To learn more about our eye care services or to schedule an appointment, call Revision Optix in Simpsonville today!
Frequently Asked Questions
A:Yes, in many cases. Sports that require protective eyewear include but aren’t limited to shooting/hunting, lacrosse and soccer. Safety glasses are highly recommended for sports like football, baseball, basketball, tennis and racquetball. To learn if your sport or activity requires safety glasses, contact Revision Optix today.
A: Whether it's safety glasses or regular prescription glasses, having a backup pair is always a good idea in case one pair gets lost or damaged. You also may want to have another pair to switch up your look, or to protect your eyes from different activities. Your gardening safety eyewear wouldn’t be the same as your cycling glasses.
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