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Back to School Vision Special, helping kids See better!

It is that time of year again…in order to prepare your children for back to school, you may incur several expenses. They may want a new outfit for the first day, they need school supplies, new bus with kidsshoes, etc. Before school starts is a great time to have their annual eye exam to set them up for success for their next school year. Then if they do need glasses, we have put together two different packages to help save you money.

Back to School Package #1

Choose a retail cost frame up to $99.95 and receive all for $139.95

(average savings range from $128 – $194)*

Back to School Package #2

Choose a retail cost frame up to $169.95 and receive all for $179.95

(average savings range from $158 – $224)*

 

What do those packages include?? Both include:

– a complete eye exam performed by Dr. Jancaro

– any singe prescription lens in impact resistant polycarbonate or plastic with scratch resistant coating

– a One year warranty

– 100% satisfaction guarantee

 

*amount of the savings depends on the frame or lens material type chosen and whether the patient is a new or an established patient.

 

This offer expires on 9/21/2018 and is not valid with other discounts or insurance plans.

Call our office at (412) 788 – 4664 to schedule an appointment. See you soon!

4th of July Eye Safety

Happy 4th of JulyThousands of people, many of them children suffer eye injuries from fireworks each year in the United States. Additionally, those injured by fireworks are not necessarily handling the fireworks themselves. Nearly half of those injured by fireworks are bystanders!

Please use these tips to safely enjoy fireworks and protect your eyes this 4th of July:

  • Respect barriers at fireworks shows and view fireworks from at least 500 feet away
  • Do not touch unexploded fireworks, instead, immediately contact your local fire or police department for help
  • Never let young children play with fireworks, even sparklers.
  • People handling fireworks should wear protective eyewear that meets ANSI standards and ensure that all bystanders wear protective eyewear as well

The safest way to enjoy fireworks is at a professional display!

Please have a festive and safe 4th of July!