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Keep Your Eyes Safe at Home

Almost half of all eye injuries occur in and around the home.

Cooking, cleaning, home repair, yard work, and even hobbies all pose potential sight threatening hazards.

Wearing protective eyewear could prevent up to 90% of eye injuries at home. For that reason, we recommend ANSI-approved safety glasses when performing activities such as mowing and trimming, operating power tools, using hazardous chemicals and cleaners, or spreading fertilizer.

If you don’t require vision correction, or if you wear contact lenses, you can purchase ANSI-approved safety glasses at hardware or home improvement stores. If you do require vision correction, Complete Family Eye Care can prescribe prescription safety glasses that meet ANSI standards.

… And remember, when you think eyes, think Complete Family Eye Care!

Eyes, Eye Injuries, Protect, Home

Wearing protective eyewear could prevent up to 90% of eye injuries that occur at home.