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Business Listing   20 20 Advantage @ Sears Optical - Lufkin - Lufkin, TX - Phone: (936) 639-5590


Business Listing   Anderson Robert W Dr Jr - Lufkin, TX - Phone: (936) 637-2020


Business Listing   Bronaugh Independent Opticians - Lufkin, TX - Phone: (936) 632-1010


Business Listing   Bronaugh's - Lufkin, TX - Phone: (936) 632-3233


Business Listing   Diagnostic & Surgical Eye Center - Lufkin, TX - Phone: (936) 634-8434


Business Listing   East Texas Eye Associates Optical Shop - Lufkin, TX - Phone: (936) 634-3340


Business Listing   Lewis- Carlton DO - Lufkin, TX - Phone: (936) 639-1224


Business Listing   Orlov- Alexander DO - Lufkin, TX - Phone: (936) 632-0794


Business Listing   Sunglass Hut International - Lufkin, TX - Phone: (936) 634-2784


Business Listing   Texas State Optical of Lufkin - Lufkin, TX - Phone: (936) 632-1119


Business Listing   Wagnon William W MD - Lufkin, TX - Phone: (936) 632-6111


Business Listing   Wal-Mart Supercenter - Vision Center - Lufkin, TX - Phone: (936) 639-6040


Business Listing   Wal-Mart Vision Center - Lufkin, TX - Phone: (936) 639-6042


Business Listing   Wiedenfeld Mark OD - Lufkin, TX - Phone: (936) 634-4913


   
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Helpful Definition for: Contact Lenses


A contact lens in Lufkin is a corrective, cosmetic, or therapeutic lens usually placed on the cornea of the eye. Some soft contact lenses are tinted a faint blue to make them more visible when immersed in cleaning and storage solutions. Some again are deliberately colored to alter the appearance of the eye. Some have a UV protection surface treatment to reduce UV damage to the eye’s natural lens. People choose to wear contact lenses for many reasons, often due to their appearance and practicality. When compared with spectacles, they are less affected by wet weather, do not steam up, and provide a wider field of vision. They are more suitable for a number of sporting activities. Additionally, certain ophthalmological conditions may not be accurately corrected with glasses.

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