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UNIQUE VISION | Dummies' Guide to Contact Lenses

The Dummies’ Guide to Wearing Contact Lenses

June 16th, 2014

  What are contact lenses? Contact lenses are thin plastic versions of the regular lenses on eyeglasses, and are placed right on the surface of the eyes. Like eyeglasses, they are mainly used to correct eyesight problems such as Myopia (nearsightedness), Hyperopia (farsightedness), Astigmatism (distorted vision) and Presbyopia (need for bifocals). They can be used […]

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UNIQUE VISION | Bad Grades

Bad Grades: Could Poor Vision be the Culprit?

June 13th, 2014

Has your child been getting low grades lately? There can be a lot of possible reasons as to why a child is not performing well academically, but it rarely occurs to a parent that it might be due to their child having poor vision. Many are often in denial, clueless as to how could their […]

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Diamond Face Shape

Eyewear 101: Determining the Best Frame for Your Face Shape

June 11th, 2014

Tired of having to try out all the different types of eyeglass frames at the mall? Glasses come in different shapes and sizes, so it’s really no surprise that you’re having a tough time deciding which one suits you best. After all, not only are they there to help you see better, they can also […]

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Unique Vision Eyeglasses Philippines

Unique Vision’s Colorful History

June 6th, 2014

Unique Vision Center started off as a humble optical shop in Chinatown in 1965, founded and run by Dr. Vicenta and Mr. Wilson Ong. They aimed to provide the best personal quality eye care service in the Philippine industry, and have stayed true to this goal to this day. With hard work, dedication, passion, and […]

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Unique Vision - Computer Lens

Back-to-School Promo: Computer Lens

June 5th, 2014

It’s almost that time of the year again when both students and teachers need to spend a lot of time on research, projects, and other school-related materials. Technology is an extremely important part of education, as so many of these requirements are done digitally in addition to the traditional methods of using books, pen, and […]

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