Learn more about optometry care in our blog!
June 3, 2022
Are you planning to switch to wearing contact lenses? If so, you will be joining the more than 45 million Americans who wear contacts. Contact lenses help correct different refractive errors, including myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism, and presbyopia. The lenses can also help treat eye conditions such as damaged cornea and keratoconus.
May 5, 2022
As you age, a lot of things will change about your body. One of the first things you will notice changing is your vision. However, not all is lost. You can correct these problems using prescription lenses and improved lighting. The best way is to prevent the fast change by keeping your eyes healthy as you age. Do this by making some simple lifestyle adjustments.
May 3, 2022
How many hours each day do you usually spend looking at a computer screen or another digital device? It’s almost certainly more than you realize, particularly if you are working from home, or you enjoy a hobby like gaming. Unfortunately, research has proven that sitting in front a screen for prolonged periods of time simply isn’t good for our vision or our eye health. In fact, many people who do go on to develop a condition called computer vision syndrome.
May 3, 2022
Globally, more people are developing myopia early. But with the development of technology, doctors can now slow the advancement of the condition. Myopia is hereditary, so it can pass to your children if you have it.
April 8, 2022
People who wear eyeglasses often find it difficult to prioritize getting a new pair. Regardless of the reason, a change of glasses is crucial if you want to maintain eye health and clear vision. It is essential to understand how often you need to get a change of eyeglasses.
March 23, 2022
Whether it’s just you, your family, or you are looking to find a great eye doctor for someone else you take care of, knowing who to register with can be a little daunting, particularly since eye care is so important. To help you get started with making your selection, here are our top tips for choosing the best optometrist.
March 02, 2022
Most people notice changes in their vision when they get to their mid-40s. They may have trouble seeing when reading or performing other close tasks. The change in focusing ability is known as presbyopia, and it continues to progress over the years.
February 22, 2022
When you choose your first pair of prescription glasses, you may be under the illusion that you will be able to keep them forever. They certainly might seem to be working perfectly for you for some time, and if they are comfortable and you can see clearly, replacing them might not seem like a consideration. However, eyesight nearly always changes over time, and it is likely that yours is altering very slowly, enabling you to adapt to it and potentially not realize that you are no longer seeing things as clearly as you did before.