Do I really need prescrition sunglasses if i don't wear prescription eyeglasses?
My optometrist told me i need prescription sunglasses and I’m confused because I don’t even wear a prescription eye glasses. I don’t know a lot about glasses since i pretty much have a 20/20 vision. But here’s what her prescription says: wear type: distance only; lens design: single vision; materials and coating: anti-reflective and UV coating then OD: -.25, cylinder +.50 axis 165; OS: -.25, cylinder .+50 and axis 180. what does it mean?
Do i really need this or am i just being taken advantaged of? I had to pay 5 bucks on top of what my insurance covers. I told her I don’t like driving at night because of the glare but I can tolerate it. So not sure why she gave me prescription sunglasses.
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