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  • 6 Tips to Battle Age-Related Vision Changes

        It’s no secret. Our eyes change the older we get, making age-related vision changes inevitable. While some changes are subtle and harmless, others can indicate more serious issues. Presbyopia is one such harmless change that each of us will encounter at some point in our lives. Presbyopia is a change in the focusing […]

    Continue Reading June 11, 2021

  • Busting 5 Popular Myths About Sunglasses

    Ready, set, summer! The weather is changing and it’s time to head outside! But before you walk out the door, don’t forget to grab your sunglasses! You do have sunglasses. Don’t you? Well, if you don’t, you’re surprisingly not alone. Sadly, while sunglasses are easy to access, many of us aren’t wearing them as we […]

    Continue Reading May 27, 2021

  • Your 4 Step Guide To Buying Eyeglasses

        Imagine this: You’ve concluded your eye exam and the doctor says that your prescription has changed. He mentions something about “anti-reflective lenses” and says you should consider an impact-resistant lens. He takes you to the optical where you see each wall covered with eyeglasses. The doctor says an optician will be with you […]

    Continue Reading May 14, 2021

  • 6 Key Benefits of Transition Lenses

      Remember how cool transitions lenses were? And then, how “uncool” they were? Remember how you still wanted them but didn’t get them? Remember how annoyed you were when the sun was bright and you didn’t have your sunglasses handy? Remember the jealous rage you felt when you saw someone nearby wearing their transition lenses […]

    Continue Reading April 23, 2021

  • Anti-reflective Coating on Glasses – 6 Things You Should Know

        You’ve undoubtedly heard of Anti-reflective coating when it comes to eyeglasses. But what is it, and is it really necessary? Well, to be honest, anti-reflective (AR) or non-glare lenses are an essential part of your eyeglasses experience. However, not all AR coatings are created equally! Here are a few things to know about […]

    Continue Reading April 16, 2021

  • What to Expect From Your Eye Exam During the Time of Covid-19

        It’s hard to believe that it’s been an entire year since the start of the pandemic. Due to concerns about the spread of the new Coronavirus last March, we, like many other businesses, had to temporarily close our doors and learn how to adjust to a sense of the “new normal”.  When we […]

    Continue Reading March 31, 2021

  • Meet Our Staff: Amy Lewis

    Meet Our Staff: Amy Lewis

    Name: Amy Lewis Position: Primarily technician, part-time optician Where are you from originally?  Titusville, PA When did you start working at Vision Source Titusville?  The end of January 2018 What are your interests outside of work? Reading, cooking, music – piano/guitar, movies What is your favorite task during the workday? Checking in patients – I […]

    Continue Reading October 18, 2018