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Newsletter – July 2019

Noonci Now Open!

On April 27, 2019 NOONCI opened its doors to allow our patients to SEE THINGS DIFFERENTLY. Dr. Jennie Cho and Dr. Angela Cho had a vision and turned that vision into reality. NOONCI means:  the ability to know what an individual’s needs are without them telling you. We offer eyecare and eyewear like no other optical you have ever been to. We truly believe in providing you with the best service and products based on your individual needs.

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Blue Light Effects

What is Blue Light? Artificial light contains High Energy Visible (HEV) light, also known as blue light. Blue light is located in an area of the light spectrum that can be harmful to your eyes.

We are constantly exposing ourselves to blue light. Not only are we exposed when we are outdoors in the sun, we are also exposed indoors with artificial light and digital device usage around the clock.

Overexposure to blue light can lead to the following:

  • Tired Eyes
  • Insufficient visual contrast
  • Dry Eyes
  • Increased Risk of Eye
  • Eye Strain
  • Retinal disease
  • Headaches

To help with overexposure Transition lens is one option to help with all of the above issues. It has a blue light filter and also darkens to protect from the harmful rays from the sun.

Polarized or Non Polarized Sunglasses

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