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Here’s How Visualeyes Can Help You Improve Your Eye Health in 2022

Health & Wellness, Lifestyle, Shopping

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Written by SOB Creative

Published on February 1, 2022

This article is a paid promotion sponsored by an SOB advertiser and designed to share valuable info with our readers.

Photo courtesy of Visualeyes

Visualeyes is known for traveling the world to bring exclusive lines you just won’t find anywhere else in Buffalo. 

Visualeyes is all about creating a personalized shopping experience to help you find eyewear you’ll love. 

But it’s not just about looking stylish, Visualeyes can help you find the right eyewear for your unique vision needs and lifestyle.

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Better Vision than You Thought Possible with Dr. Ian Leberer

Not every eye doctor asks what you do all day. Teachers, truck drivers, and tennis players each have very different vision needs. 

Dr. Ian Leberer at Visualeyes asks that all-important question: “What do you need to see?”

Then he listens.

Better vision starts with understanding you better. You might need more than one set of lenses. One for everyday use and one for driving, or sports, or work. 

What you do and what you value changes what lenses you should use. Dr. Ian’s thorough and thoughtful exam will help you find that out.

You should be planning now for your eye health in 5, 10, or 20 years. Your vision is too important to leave until something goes wrong, so schedule an exam with Dr. Ian today!

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See What you’re Missing with Dan Leberer

Dan went camping in the Adirondacks with a color-blind friend this past fall. Dan had just fit him with a pair of Enchroma lenses. He woke the next morning to his friend sitting by the fire, just smiling. Flaring his fingers, he drew his hand slowly across the tree-filled horizon.

“I’ve seen fall colors all my life, always muddled greens and browns. This year: oranges, yellows, and brilliant reds. I finally see what everybody else sees.”

Enchroma lenses can help address mild to moderate red-green colorblindness. 

Trying them out is easy! Simply wear a test pair over your existing glasses. If they work for you, Visualeyes can make new Enchroma lenses for whatever frames you want.

Dan heard about what these lenses could do and brought them to Visualeyes since Visualeyes is Buffalo’s only authorized Enchroma retailer. Visit them to find out what colors you’ve been missing!

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Get that Cool Contact Fit with Dave Leberer

“Here’s what your eyes are telling me, and here’s what we can do about it.”

That’s how Dave Leberer will start your Visualeyes contact lens appointment. Your eyes are unique to you, and what you need to see most is unique too.

Most people get daily lenses they throw away each day. They’re great for sensitive eyes. Visualeyes still does hard contact lenses too. They can be healthier and sharper, and last a lot longer. It depends on what’s best for you.

So how do you know?

Dave will guide you and you’ll leave your appointment with some homework. He will ask you to try out a couple different contacts and solutions and report back. Together, you and Visualeyes will keep trying until you find that perfect fit for your vision and lifestyle.

Visit Visualeyes

From planning for a future that includes better eye health to finding a better fit for your vision needs, Visualeyes is here to help.

If you’re updating your eyewear collection, visit Visualeyes on Main Street in Eggertsville or their location on Elmwood Avenue.

Visualeyes

3945 Main St. Eggertsville, NY 14226

visualeyeswny.com 

735 Elmwood Ave. Buffalo, NY 14222

visualeyescity.com 

This article is a paid promotion sponsored by an SOB advertiser and designed to share valuable info with our readers.

Written by <a href="https://stepoutbuffalo.com/author/sob-creative/" target="_self">SOB Creative</a>

Written by SOB Creative

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