every now and then, when im looking at something bright, i see something floating. its transparent and looks like worm things. when i move my eye, it moves too, can anyone tell me what this is? is it ...
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I am 12 and have had my glasses for about a year and a half and am so tired of them! I live in edmonton alberta and I want to find a place that sells cheap contacts. My mom says that I can get some ...
are they tinted or are they photo grey? it depends on the lens material and how old they are. it cannot ever be fully removed, but it can be lightened. also, a good optical would offer you a warranty on them...and help you out if you were unhappy with the tint.
yes, it is possible,take it to a eye glass repair shop, should cost about $30-40 to have it removed.
Please note...if you have an anti-reflective coating, the answer is no. And if it's transitions, the answer is no. But if it's been tinted by dipping the lenses in hot dye, then yes. Chances are not all the tint will be removed.
Most optical stores that can tint lenses also have a "neutralizer" that can take tints out. I've done this before and in some cases it has worked well. The neutralizer works best with plastic lenses and may not completely remove all of the tint. So, if you want the lenses to be *completely* clear again or if your tinted lenses are polycarbonate, hi-index or glass material, I wouldn't recommend it. If you currently have a light tint in plastic lenses - go for it.