Protective Eyewear

Protective Eyewear

Hazards exist in every home in many different forms – sharp edges, falling objects, chemicals, and a variety of other potentially dangerous situations. Whether you’re working on a weekend project in the garage or participating in recreational activities, wearing eye protection can significantly reduce the chances of sight damaging injuries. Watch the video below for more information and be sure to explain your personal and work habits with Drs. Tokita or Garner at your next eye exam to ensure you receive the best protection for your eyes.

Sports-related injuries are topping 100,000 per year and are almost all of these injuries are preventable by protective eyewear. A survey by the Vision Council of America reports that nearly nine in ten people believe that children should regularly wear protective eyewear when playing sports. Yet only one in three people report that their children actually do wear protective eyewear.

Hazards exist in every home in many different forms. Sharp edges, falling objects, chemicals, noise, and a variety of other potentially dangerous situations. Whether you’re working on a weekend project in the garage, or participating in recreational activities, wearing eye protection can significantly reduce sight damaging injuries.

Ask a staff member for more information about protective eyewear solutions.

March 24th, 2020

To our valued patients,

In light of the Washington state Stay-At-Home proclamation going through at least April 5th, our office will be closed until further notice. We will have very limited staffing during this period, so please call before coming in If you have an eye emergency, we can be reached at (360) 399-6452. We look forward to reopening as soon as possible.

Battle Ground Vision Center Staff