The Eye Institute of Utah Featured in KSL.com Article
Recently, the experts at The Eye Institute of Utah chimed in on an issue that has been plaguing glasses wearers since the mask mandate went into effect: fogging lenses. With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, one of the many steps we can take to stop the spread of the coronavirus is to wear double-layered cloth masks in public. This may feel like a necessary nuisance to many people, but to people who wear glasses, the fight against foggy lenses is a near-constant struggle.
According to the team at The Eye Institute of Utah, featured in a recent article by KSL.com, there are a few easy methods glasses wearers can adopt to keep their lenses clear. First, try rinsing your glasses with a simple soap and water solution, then drying them. The soap will leave an invisible film that will prevent fogging. Or you may also try a different mask: masks that have an adjustable nose area can stop your breath from traveling up and fogging up your glasses. There are also spray-on anti-fog solutions for sale that may be helpful. Of course, these are all temporary solutions.
The Best Way to Avoid the Fog? Get Rid of the Glasses!
If your foggy glasses are driving you crazy, the best, most fool-proof solution to the problem is to stop wearing glasses. Have you considered LASIK eye surgery? It’s a blade-free, outpatient procedure that only takes about 20 minutes and can permanently improve your vision–potentially even to the extent that you’ll no longer need to wear glasses at all! The highly experienced ophthalmologists at The Eye Institute of Utah have helped thousands of people achieve clearer vision with LASIK, and are ready to do the same for you.
Contact The Eye Institute of Utah
As mentioned in the KSL.com article, The Eye Institute of Utah is currently offering a discount of $1,600 off LASIK surgery. If you are interested in learning more about how laser vision correction surgery may be able to help you get rid of foggy glasses for good, contact The Eye Institute of Utah to schedule a consultation with a skilled ophthalmologist.