You’ve put off buying a new pair of glasses for long enough! Take advantage of EyeCare Specialties annual 30%* Off Sale during our Hometown Frame Show in Fremont on Thursday, June 28, from 1 PM to 6 PM.
Now is the perfect time to fit the entire family with new eyewear and save big. Try on the newest styles from select designers. Enjoy food and drinks, plus enter to win a $100 gift card. The 30%* off savings only happens during this special event and only at our Fremont location!
Join us at the 2nd Annual Hometown Frame Show on Thursday, June 28, at EyeCare Specialties, located at 27th and Diers Parkway in Fremont!
*Certain restrictions apply. Cannot be combined with insurance or other discounts. Some brands not included.
Protecting your vision and prioritizing healthy eyes has wide-reaching health benefits that can help you prevent disease and maintain quality eyesight throughout your life. Following these three tips will help you set yourself up for successful eye health in 2018 and beyond.
Schedule an appointment in 2018!
Schedule an appointment to see us for a comprehensive exam in 2018. Many common eye diseases like glaucoma and macular degeneration can only be revealed through regular exams from your eye doctor. Catching these diseases in their early stages is the best way to protect yourself from vision loss. Even if no disease is detected, an eye exam can reveal common vision problems that many people don’t realize can be improved upon or even prevent further loss with glasses or contact lenses.
Use protective eyewear and sunglasses
Protecting your eyes from the sun’s ultraviolet rays or eye injuries is one of best ways to protect your vision. Fortunately, it has never looked so good on you! Come visit our optical gallery and invest in a pair of sunglasses that block out both UV radiation or quality protective eyewear for sports and other activities.
Manage your health
Eat a healthy diet rich in fruits and vegetables, maintain a healthy weight, and quit smoking as soon as possible. These three health tips will not only improve your overall health, but each of them can lower your risk of developing health conditions and diseases that lead to vision loss.
Sources: The National Eye Institute (NEI)