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Old 03-14-2013, 07:40 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by Woolybugger View Post
My kids wear prescription glasses with "Transitions" lens coating which automatically adjusts its shade to the light intensity. So in bright sunlight it is heavily tinted like sunglasses but indoors it is completely clear. They also use an elastic band which goes over the frame legs and then behind the head; holds glasses securely in place. Might try that solution before resorting to lasik.
My last pair of glasses had transitions lens which was pretty cool in theory I did not think they were very effective though as far how much they protected your eyes from sun. Ideally I need both clear lens and sunglasses. I have a astigmatism so I wear them all the time. I am interested in lasik-very much so. But it would be a drastic measure and a little scary to undertake.
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