Glare sensitivity

Glare sensitivity is when lights appear brighter than they are. This is a very common complaint, usually seen in people who’ve had cataracts removed and those who had laser surgery done. Other causes of glare sensitivity include uncorrected astigmatism, over exposure to sunlight, eye infections or inflammations, and lens opacities. The solution to glare sensitivity is spectacle lenses with Anti Glare Coating. This coating also helps with glare and blue light protection from office lights and computer screens.

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