Guide to Kid's Vision

Protective eyewear for kids

Eye injuries happen more often when you don’t wear protective eyewear or safety glasses during sports and some activities. So it is necessary for children who are vulnerable to eye injuries to pay more attention to eye protection.

Sources of Eye injury and prevention

A majority of eye injuries can be avoided by precautions and protective eyewear. According to particular requirements, there are various types of safety glasses. For instance, people with eye problems such as myopia or hyperopia may need prescription goggles and a lawn mower operator need protective wear with snug, wrap-style frame to prevent small, airborne particles from adhering to the lenses.