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Can using polycarbonate lens while using desktop PC with lcd reduce eye fatigue?

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Dr. Dean Dornic
Ophthalmology
3 doctors agree

In brief: No

Polycarbonate is simply a type of plastic.
Things that can help include tints, anti-reflective coatings, glare filters on your monitor and adjustments of lighting. Some people also benefit by changing the color settings on their monitors and sitting further away from the screen. Lubricating eye drops are beneficial and, of course, frequent breaks.

In brief: No

Polycarbonate is simply a type of plastic.
Things that can help include tints, anti-reflective coatings, glare filters on your monitor and adjustments of lighting. Some people also benefit by changing the color settings on their monitors and sitting further away from the screen. Lubricating eye drops are beneficial and, of course, frequent breaks.
Dr. Dean Dornic
Dr. Dean Dornic
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Dr. Robert Chang
Ophthalmology

In brief: No

Polycarbonate lenses are high-index, thin, light-weight, impact-resistant lenses good for safety glasses, sports, children, and have no special role in reducing eye fatigue.

In brief: No

Polycarbonate lenses are high-index, thin, light-weight, impact-resistant lenses good for safety glasses, sports, children, and have no special role in reducing eye fatigue.
Dr. Robert Chang
Dr. Robert Chang
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