Revolutionizing Vision: Flexible Eyeglasses Hit the Market

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Imagine never having to worry about losing or breaking your eyeglasses again. With the new flexible eyeglasses hitting the market, that just might be possible.

Revolutionizing the way we see things, flexible eyeglasses are made from a bendable material that not only makes them more durable, but also more comfortable to wear. Instead of the typical frames made from plastic or metal, these frames are made from a type of memory metal that can be twisted and turned without breaking.

This new technology is already being used by some of the biggest names in the eyewear industry, including Warby Parker and Flexon. In fact, Flexon is well-known for its patented memory metal technology, which allows its glasses to be twisted, bent, and even run over by a car without damage.

But it’s not just the durability factor that’s appealing. The flexibility of these frames also allows for a more comfortable fit. Many people complain about glasses that are too tight or too loose, but with flexible frames, they can be adjusted to fit any face shape and size.

Dr. Aileen Dolan, an optometrist at 2020 Vision in Rochester Hills, MI, is excited about the potential benefits of flexible eyeglasses. “I’ve had patients who have broken their glasses in the past and it can be frustrating and expensive to replace them,” she says. “But with flexible frames, I think we’ll see less of that.”

Flexibility also opens up new possibilities for style and design. Many of the flexible frames on the market now have a sleek, modern look that appeals to both fashion-conscious and practical consumers.

So, if you’re tired of dealing with broken or uncomfortable glasses, maybe it’s time to try something new. 2020 Vision in Rochester Hills, MI, offers a variety of flexible eyeglasses, including those with the patented Flexon technology. Call 248-375-0040 to schedule an appointment with Dr. Dolan and see how flexible frames can revolutionize your vision.

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