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Any need glasses or contact lenses at wholesale pricing?

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I prefer quality glasses.

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Original Poster1 point · 2 years ago

Yes, I provide quality glasses. I run an optometric practice in Kansas City and have a state of the art facility. What type of eyewear do you wear currently?

level 3

I have very specific glasses made from recycled plastic, the next one I will get is likely to be a plant based plastic like product.

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Original Poster1 point · 2 years ago

The brand Eco makes a collection of frames made frame castor beans. Also checkout greeneyewear.com for plant based frames. I sell both.

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Yes Eco is what I refer to but I am still mulling over getting corrective surgery anyway.

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Original Poster1 point · 2 years ago

I would refrain from refractive surgery due to down the road side effects which I see in my practice every month. Dry Eyes, extreme light sensitivity, and the need for reading glasses once you hit 40.

I would recommend orthokeratology as a non surgical alternative.

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orthokeratology

Too undesirable an option if I end up doing a lot of field work. Though yes there are some side effects to corrective surgery, I am keeping track of improvements in it. Reading glasses past 40 is not that surprising to me anyway.

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What kind of lenses?

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