For most children under 12, a polycarbonate lens is the recommended option to ensure durability. But because the material has a hard coat applied to it, the lenses are more difficult to manufacture. High prescriptions like Phoebe’s add another level of complexity. Luckily that’s just the kind of challenge the OneSight manufacturing team loves. They, along with a team of OneSight volunteers, couldn’t wait to give Phoebe the glasses she deserved.
See how they created the perfect lenses to help this incredible little girl see clearly:
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