Windward Eye Care

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Windward Eye Care
Windward Eye Care is listed in the Optometrists and Opthalmologists category in Alpharetta, Georgia. Displayed below is the only current social network for Windward Eye Care which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Windward Eye Care on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 48.

Contact information for Windward Eye Care is:
5315 Windward Pkwy
Alpharetta, GA 30004
(678) 393-2025

"Windward Eye Care" - ZapScore Report

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Windward Eye Care has an overall ZapScore of 48. This means that Windward Eye Care has a higher ZapScore than 48% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Alpharetta, Georgia is 40 and in the Optometrists and Opthalmologists category is 17. Learn more about ZapScore

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Hey Millennials (those born 1980-2000): you’re the generation that’s least likely to report wearing your sunglasses “always or often.” Only 43% of you do so. We know it seems like a long trek to age 50 or 60 but trust us, you’ll get there. Put on those shades every time you go outside to protect your eyes from vision damage later in life!

Did you know that reflected UV light is just as damaging to your eyes as direct UV rays? Here are some of the biggest culprits: • Water reflects up to 100% of the sun’s damaging rays • Snow reflects up to 85% • Dry sand and concrete reflect up to 25% • You’re much safer on the lawn: grass reflects only 3% of the sun’s damaging rays

Monday morning pop quiz: When can UV rays affect the eyes? Answer: UV radiation is present year-round, no matter what the weather or temperature is. So, it’s important to wear proper eye and skin protection while outside during daylight hours. That’s why we call them “sunglasses” not “summerglasses.”

Children are especially vulnerable to the sun’s damaging UV rays because their pupils are larger and their lenses are clearer than adult eyes – meaning more UV rays reach the back of kids' eyes. Even with this increased risk, 34% of parents say their children under 13 “rarely or never” wear sunglasses, setting the stage for serious vision damage later in life.

Children get 3 times more UV rays each year than a typical adult does! While preventing UV exposure is important at every age, damage is cumulative and irreversible, so it’s vital to start protecting kids from this harmful radiation exposure with quality sunglasses.