protective eyewear

pro·tec·tive eye·wear

(prŏ-tektiv īwār)
Safety-type spectacles with side shields necessary for the dental team and patients to prevent ocular injuries and infections during dental procedures.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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"We've seen quite a bit more interest in protective eyewear," says Michelle Murphy, marketing manager for the Wareham, Mass.-based H.L.
For example, protective eyewear guards against only specific colors and laser power levels; therefore, officers must know the type of laser employed against them.
Such a move would leave it with just one remaining division, specialising in protective eyewear.
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The best way is to use protective eyewear with lenses designed to preserve lutein, the natural protective filter of the eyes.
Wear protective eyewear when playing sports - Eye injuries while playing sports can cause serious damage, whether by getting smacked with an elbow during basketball or hit with a hockey stick.
Wearing protective eyewear in the vicinity of the laser, while it is in use is extremely crucial.
GLOBUS has announced it is creating a new era in protective eyewear with the launch of RILEY--a brand new range of high performance safety glasses and goggles designed to deliver the perfect combination of comfort, protection and style.
Energeyes, a protective eyewear from Singapore, alleviates the symptoms of digital eye strain by blocking over 50% of harmful blue light emitted by digital screens.