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For the way people work today
Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) is a growing problem. Over 14% of patients scheduling an eye exam complain of CVS, the complex of eye and vision problems associated with extended computer use. Yet standard eyeglasses aren’t designed for computer use. They often cause wearers to squint or adjust their heads in an effort to see the monitor, keyboard and objects on the desk. This is especially true of presbyopes.

Clear vision out to 7 feet*
Access® lenses are the ideal solution for computer users. They provide extra-wide nearvision through the bottom of the lens, transitioning to extrawide intermediate vision through the top of the lens*. So wearers get a wide, clear, uninterrupted view of their entire work space – from the keyboard and reading materials in front of them, to the monitor and beyond – up to seven feet* away.

Easy Adaptation
The wide visual fields and smooth transition zone of Access® make it easy for patients to adapt quickly. They’ll soon find that the eyestrain, headaches and neck pain often associated with computer use have become virtually obsolete.

Ideal for Presbyopes
Access® lenses are an ideal specialized pair for presbyopes and emerging presbyopes who use computers and wear single vision, progressive, bifocal or even contact lenses. They’re the perfect second pair for delivering workplace vision that works.

* Note: Access® Computer Lenses do not offer a clear view of objects beyond seven feet away. They should never be used while driving or for other activities that require clear distance vision. Mid-range vision will vary depending upon prescription.

 

Greenbrier Vision Center, Inc. 806 Greenbrier St. Charleston, WV 25311 Phone: (304) 342-5900 Fax: (304) 342-6257

Greenbrier Vision Center proudly serves Charleston, WV and the surrounding areas of Dunbar, Sissonville, Big Chimney, Chelyan, St. Albans, Scott Depot, Kenna, Branchland and Kanawha Falls.

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