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Protecting Your Eyes

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  • Nearly half of traumatic eye injuries relate to ball sports
  • 45% of these occur in children under the age of 14
  • 90% of these are preventable

Polycarbonate is a lens material that is widely used for shatter-and-impact resistant lenses, and when combined with sturdy frame materials, makes for formidable eye protection.

There are hazards of sunlight and bright light that are harder to understand; namely, ultraviolet rays (UV) and Glare (extreme brightness). Protecting your eyes from these distracting, even dangerous elements is equally important to eye protection.

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Dr Figler has enjoyed the many years of seeing patients at Family EyeCare Clinic and Kane and Figler Optometry and appreciated their confidence in his skills. The growth of his own practice in Slavic Village requires more of his attention located at 7211 Broadway Ave Cleveland, OH or call 216-641-0055 or visit his website broadwayoptical.net. We wish him the best of luck from the Family EyeCare Clinic.

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During this time of limited hours we can help!

If you need to pick up glasses or contact lenses during our limited hours please contact us. We can either mail or provide a drive-up service at the office.

If you would like to order contact lenses please call our office or visit our website and register to order your contact lenses on-line. https://www.familyeyecareclinic.biz/eyeglasses-contacts/order-contact-lenses-online/

Need to see the Doctor?

If you have sudden vision loss, eye infection, severe ocular pain, sudden double vision, sudden flashes of light or new floaters; we are available to see you during our limited hours - 9:00 am through 12:00 pm. Call to make an appointment. Please do not bring additional individuals into the office unless necessary. Normal business is anticipated to return on April 6th, 2020 as mandated by the governor.

Our normal everyday standards of cleaning equipment with Lysol and alcohol wipes are still in effect. We are laser thermo testing patients prior to exams, extra cleaning of rooms between exams and team members not feeling well being asked to stay home. If you do not feel well or have symptoms of a cold or flu please reschedule until you feel better.

Yours in Eye Care,

Dr. Brian Kane