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The word “albinism” may make you think of light skin or hair. Albinism is a group of inherited disorders characterised by little or no melanin production. Most people with albinism have pale skin, eye conditions and are sensitive to the sun.

But albinism also can affect a person's eyes. When it does, it's called ocular albinism, a rare eye condition that happens much more often in boys and men than in girls or women.

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At Cypress Eye Centre, we do not compromise on our standard and we strive to meet your daily vision needs. Here’s introducing to you some, but not all of our lens options for your daily needs.Whether you enjoy hiking, biking, or spending time outside with your family, you need the right lenses to protect your eyes from the elements. Glare, UV rays, fog, wind, and dust all present hazards to your eyes.That’s why it’s important to pick the right type of lenses for your active outdoor lifestyle.

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Tips To Care For Your Contact Lens

Majority of people wear contact lenses for reasons including convenience, appearance and the wider range of vision they offer. Regardless of your reason for choosing contact lenses, it’s important to handle your lenses carefully so you can avoid infections and other eye problems.

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Polarized Lenses

While eye doctors everywhere recommend wearing sunglasses all year round to protect your eye health, you may wonder which kind to wear. Polarized lenses/sunglasses offer many advantages over their non-polarized counterparts, and should be a serious consideration when making this purchase.

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