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Home » Your Eye Health » Protecting Your Eyes

Protecting Your Eyes

tennis largeDid you know…

  • 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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COVID-19 Update

We thank you for your patience and business, now and in the future! We fully support the “stay at home” order issued by Governor Ducey, effective end of day Tuesday March 31st, 2020.

To protect our patients, staff and their family’s, we are only seeing emergencies on an appointment basis. We understand that many of you are essential providers of healthcare, groceries and pharmacies and we want to support your tireless work.If you have an urgent need, we would like to support you.

Please leave a voicemail at 623-937-5121 or an email message at billing@drmcvey.com. We will contact you by 5:00 pm today to help solve your issue if possible. If you have a vision threatening emergency, please email drmcvey@drmcvey.com.

Please stay safe, we miss you. It is now time for all of us to STAY HOME!