Copper mesh spectacle lenses have a very fine layer of copper mesh in them which helps to eliminate glare, and the problems associated with it. This has been developed further into a unique Copper Mesh with blue-light blocker to provide maximum respite in today’s digital world; these work to reduce glare and eye strain by aligning scattered light and reflections, so sharpening contrast.
Copper mesh spectacle lenses can be used on their own or in conjunction with prescriptions to improve your vision and reduce conditions that are aggravated by eye strain. Our patients have found them useful for a range of conditions including:
‘I hardly get headaches anymore, even when I drive lorries every day with strain on my eyes and when I use my laptop.’
‘My migraines have reduced significantly since wearing my Copper Mesh glasses all the time.’
‘My eyes are so much more comfortable - almost like they can just relax.’
‘My Copper Mesh glasses have eliminated my eye strain, my tired eyes.’
‘The Copper Mesh glasses have improved my night driving by 30%.’
‘They have eliminated the motion sickness I used to get in the car so now I do not get car sick anymore!’
‘These lenses have made such a difference.’
‘When I am not wearing my Copper Mesh glasses my eyes feel like they are on fire.’
‘My son has moved up a set in reading already within six weeks.’
You can read more feedback from our patients about their copper mesh spectacle lenses here.
Battling with glare and tired eyes can have a big impact on your general energy levels and sense of wellbeing. We offer no-obligation trials with copper mesh spectacle lenses – if they work for you, they could make everyday tasks, such as working at your computer, driving or reading at night, much more pleasant and enjoyable.
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