UV Exposure and the Eyes
“When you think of ‘sun protection’, what’s the first thing that comes to mind?”
If you asked this question to your patients, would their answer be “sunglasses”? It’s widely accepted that UV exposure contributes to problems like premature skin aging and even certain types of cancer. But most people are unaware that eyes are just as susceptible to damage from the sun. Education is the first step to ensuring your patient’s eyes stay sun safe:
National Sunglasses Day is June 27th!
Raise awareness about the importance of wearing sunglasses and celebrate National Sunglasses Day – brought to you by the Vision Council.
What Should You Know About Sunlight?
Exposure to sunlight has its benefits. But exposure to harmful types of sunlight can cause lasting damage to the human body – including the eyes. Continue Reading….
Sunglasses For Children
Think only grown-ups need sunglasses? Think again. Children’s eyes are more susceptible the damage caused by the sun. Continue reading…
Your Eyes Burn Just Like Your Skin
Most people are still unaware that the dangers of sunlight apply not only to their skin – but to their eyes. Overtime, the sun’s harmful rays can damage the eyes and surrounding skin contributing to serious eye problems. Continue reading…