Identifying And Managing Age-Related Vision Loss

28 October 2020
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Age and chronic medical conditions can have a negative impact on vision. In some cases, the level of impairment exceeds the ability of corrective lenses to compensate for diminished vision. Vision impairment of this magnitude requires care from an optometrist with experience in vision rehabilitation who can help to improve the patient's quality of life by managing their vision loss. Indicators of Low Vision If your vision is blurry, even with prescription glasses or contacts, you make have experienced vision loss, also known as low vision. Read More 

New To Contact Lenses? What You Should Know

23 October 2020
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If you're new to contact lenses, you may have questions about how to put them in properly and how often to clean them and care for them and the contact lens case. You may also have questions about what to do if you have a problem with your lenses, such as one gets lost in your eye or what to do when there is a tear in one. To help you navigate through this new way of seeing properly, read on for helpful information. Read More 

How To Prepare Your Child For An Eye Exam

22 September 2020
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If you have a child that is showing signs they might need glasses, you need to schedule an eye exam with an optometrist. Optometrists work with patients of all ages, unlike specialty children's physicians like pediatricians. Getting your child ready for their very first appointment can come with some anxieties. Some kids handle these new situations better than others. Here are a few ways you can prepare your child for an eye exam and make it a better experience for everyone involved: Read More 

Retinal Detachment: The Eye Emergency Everyone Needs To Know About

21 August 2020
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Most eye emergencies happen as the result of an accident or injury. However, there is an eye emergency that can seemingly occur out of the blue. Since it can happen to almost anyone at any time, and since it does require immediate treatment when it does occur, it is important that you know about it! This eye emergency is called retinal detachment — and here are all the details. What is retinal detachment? Read More 

How To Prepare For Your First Eye Exam

16 July 2020
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You should be getting eye exams every few years if you have no underlying vision problems. Eye exams are very routine and for the most part, are not invasive at all. If you prepare for eye care exams properly, you can have yours done without any stress and have the experience over quickly. Here are ways you can prepare for your first eye exam. Write down any concerns you have with your eyes Read More