“In this time of so much virtual connectivity, there is no substitution for, you and eye appeal,”
says Sandra Yancey founder of eWomen Network, the largest women’s business event company in the world.
Eye Exams and Eye Appeal
What does eye appeal have to do with eye exams? Let’s take a look.
- You “Like” pictures and posts on Facebook. You “Connect” on LinkedIn.
- You follow on Twitter. You “Pin” on Pinterest. You are well connected.
- You are “Social”. When was the last time you looked someone in the eyes, and really expressed yourself?
Eye Exams are Key to Your Social World
Have you ever considered that to do the above, you need healthy vision? If we have it, we take it for granted. Maybe we get our complete eye exam once a year, or so. We think, I’m good. I’ve done what I’m supposed to.
Do you eat dark leafy green vegetables? How about keeping your weight within healthy limits, to prevent Diabetes which may lead to vision loss or even Glaucoma? Do you always wear appropriate protective eye-wear when participating in sports? I could ask about sunglasses, I won’t because we’ve covered that in another post.
Healthy Vision is Vital to “Seeing” Virtually or Live
Okay, so let’s just say you do all of the above, without exception. What does that have to do with seeing someone or as Sandra Yancey says…you and eye appeal?
As Dr. Michael Cozzetta says, “The eyes are a window to the soul”.
How can you see that, virtually?
Don’t Delay Come in Today for Your Eye Exam
Our doctors at Ft. Collins Positive Vision need you to show up to perform a complete eye exam. You can’t do it virtually. Dr. Marcelo Saldivia has experience, that requires you to be present for an exam.
There are still some things in life, that require you to show up, in person. This is so that you can have healthy vision and truly see, looking someone in the eyes, or virtually connecting with them.
Call (970) 482-6034 or e-mail us to schedule your annual eye exam.
We’re Positive that you’ll be glad you did!
Allow us to have a Positive impact on your vision, in whatever manner you choose to connect. Virtually or in person, it’s your choice.