Night driving can be a glaring problem



Oncoming headlights, bright tail lights, streetlights and rain can make for dangerous driving situations at night.


If you wear glasses, first make sure your lenses are clean. You might also want to ask your eye care professional about anti-reflective coating for your glasses. The coating works by reflecting the light away from your lenses, which then prevents it from entering your eye. The end result is reduced glare, clearer vision, less eye strain and more contrast when looking at objects.


If you wear contact lenses or have post-laser eye dryness, managing your dry eye is key for optimal vision. Keep your eyes moisturized with an appropriate solution. We guide patients in choosing what works best for their unique vision needs.


 

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