When should I buy a new pair of glasses?

People who buy glasses regularly, whether as a daily expense or to keep up with the latest news, should be concerned about possible damage caused by wear, especially if they are not worn regularly, according to the Mayo Clinic.

The Mayo Clinic said that because the eye wears a protective layer of skin and mucus covering the lens, it can cause damage if not properly cared for.

“There’s a risk that the protective layer can get scratched, so if you’re not wearing the glasses regularly you can be exposed to damage that’s not covered by the protective coating,” said Dr. David Ziegler, an ophthalmologist at Mayo Clinic Eye Institute in Rochester, Minn.

If you wear glasses regularly and don’t have a protective coating, the Mayo study found that the eye can become damaged and could even become infected.

It recommends that if you have frequent or heavy glasses use a disposable, disposable glasses that have a removable lens to protect against damage.

If your glasses don’t fit snugly, and if you wear them frequently, the risk of damage can be significant.

It’s also possible that if the glasses get scratched or damaged, you could damage the protective coat that protects the lens.

The study found more than 80 percent of people wear glasses for no more than 30 minutes a day.

The Mayo Clinic recommends glasses that fit snug and that are not too large.

The Glass Institute says glasses should be worn only when necessary.

If you need glasses, the Institute recommends wearing the protective lenses of a disposable eyeglass frame.

If they are too big, wear a smaller frame that is less than 10mm wide and not wider than 2.5 inches, the Glass Institute said.

The institute said the lens should not be removed from the frame unless necessary.

Glass lenses, which are made from glass and other materials, have a unique coating on the lens that protects it from scratches.

The lens, or lens cap, can also be removed to make them smaller.

It can be tricky to remove a lens cap because it is attached to the glass itself and can scratch your eye.

Glass lenses can be worn on the eye, neck, forehead, face, neck muscles, ear or nose.