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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Why are eye exams important?

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    Since many eye diseases show no immediate symptoms until the damage is done, regular eye exams are one of the most important things you can do for your vision and your overall health.

    Eye exams can help detect cataracts, glaucoma and retinal disease, as well as diabetes and high blood pressure.
  • Do you provide eye exams for children?

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    We can examine and treat people of any age at Cornerstone Optometry.
  • How should I care for my glasses?

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    Remembering a few simple things about taking care of your glasses can extend their life.*
    • Keep your lenses clean by washing them twice daily in warm water or with special lens cleaner. Dry them with a soft cotton towel or special eyeglass cleaning cloth.
    • When not wearing your glasses, keep them in their protective case. Never rest them face down on their lenses.
    • Always put on or take off your glasses with both hands, grabbing the temples midway on each side and sliding them over your ears. This will help them keep their adjustment longer.
    • Don't wipe your lenses while they are dry. Wash or blow off dust or grit instead. Never use paper products to wipe glasses as they can scratch the lens.
    * Adapted from "A Special Reminder...About Caring for Your Glasses!" by the American Optometric Association.
  • How often should I get my glasses adjusted?

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    Over time, your frames will need adjusting.
    While many people like to think they can adjust their frames by themselves, it is always a good idea to have an eye care professional adjust your glasses to ensure the proper fit and comfort.

    You can come to Cornerstone Optometry anytime for free adjustments.
  • What type of eyewear do you recommend for children?

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    • Impact-Resistant Lenses that ensure safety during sports and at play; all children age 12 and under are fitted with polycarbonate lenses.
    • Lightweight glasses ensure comfort and reduce kids’ resistance to wearing them. 
    • A thinner lens profile can make children more comfortable wearing eyeglasses.
    • Spring hinges prevent the need for frequent adjustments and hold the glasses in place.
    • Scratch-Resistant helps against scratches and abrasions for longer wear.
    • UV coating protects the eyes from harmful UV rays.
    • Make sure your child’s glasses are fun and fashionable so he or she will want to wear them. Our frame collection includes Paddington Bear, Candies, Harley Davidson, Nine West, Fossil, Eddie Bauer, and many more.