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Business Listing   20 20 Advantage @ Sears Optical - Central Mall - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (501) 452-6981

Business Listing   ABC Hearing - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 649-7018

Business Listing   Aldrich- Joseph A DO - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 709-7337

Business Listing   Asbury Dale W MD - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 452-9012

Business Listing   Bradley- Sam B Dr - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 782-7272

Business Listing   Center for Better Vision - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 478-4800

Business Listing   Dang Eye Care & Associates - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 452-8146

Business Listing   Dr Calvin F Graham - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 782-6737

Business Listing   Dr DENA Amerine Harris - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 452-8200

Business Listing   Dr Mark's Eyecare PA - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 452-0978

Business Listing   Eastside Vision Center - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 452-9173

Business Listing   Ennen Eye Center - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 452-7800

Business Listing   Felker Gary V MD - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 782-8892

Business Listing   Foreman- Riley D DO - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 478-3510

Business Listing   Golf Nut Driving Range & Professional Shop - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 646-4430

Business Listing   Grace Larry J Dr - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 782-5057

Business Listing   Hoyt- Terry DO - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 709-7440

Business Listing   I Do I DO - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 646-9809

Business Listing   Murphy- Anne DO - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 441-1500

Business Listing   Optical Shop - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 782-7936

Business Listing   Plunkett Optical - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 783-2001

Business Listing   Roberts Vision Clinic - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 646-5323

Business Listing   Sunglass Shop - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 484-8244

Business Listing   U S Vision - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 452-6981

Business Listing   Yaney J Steven OD - Fort Smith, AR - Phone: 1 (479) 785-0010

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Helpful Definition for: Contact Lenses

A contact lens in Fort Smith 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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