Flashes, Floaters, & Cataracts | FAQs

21 October 2018
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As you age, there are a lot of health issues that can come about, but one thing that is often unexpected is changes in the eyes. The retina and vitreous fluids of the eye change with age, which means you can have a lot of visual issues that are different than the typical eye problems that can come about for people who are younger. Flashes, floaters, and cataracts are just three examples of the common problems aging adults have with their vision, but they are some of the most common. Read More 

Choosing Eyeglass Frames That Fit Your Prescription, Face Shape, And Style

13 June 2016
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If you are shopping for new eyeglasses, it is recommended that you find eyewear frames that compliment your facial features, and blend with your skin tone and eye coloring. When shopping in an eyewear store, look at the available styles, colors, shapes, and embellishments and ask your eyewear fitter to help you find the best frames for your prescription and sense of style. Here are a few things to consider when shopping for your next pair of glasses:   Read More 

Look For These Signs That Indicate A Need For Bifocal Lenses

13 June 2016
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Your vision is constantly changing, especially as you age. At a certain point, you might be able to benefit from bifocal lenses. While these lenses take a little getting used to, they'll improve your overall vision and might even help you avoid the squinting that you've had to do recently. An appointment and eye evaluation with your local optician can suggest that bifocal lenses are necessary, but you don't need to wait until your annual appointment to have your eye care expert make this discovery. Read More 

Are Your Eyes Irritated And Red All The Time? 4 Ways You Can Get Some Relief

10 June 2016
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If your eyes are irritated and red all the time, it can cause you to have vision problems. Many things can cause this problem, such as allergies, cigarette smoke, contact lenses, dry eyes, and more. If you do not want to visit your eye doctor each time you have this problem, there are some things you can do on your own to reduce the redness and irritation. Blink the Redness and Irritation Away Read More 

Treating Amblyopia (“Lazy Eye”) In Child Patients

6 June 2016
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Many people falsely believe that lazy eye is always easy to notice. But this isn't always the case. Especially in children, lazy eye may not be able to be physically detected. Lazy eye occurs when the vision in one of a child's eyes does not develop properly. Visible signs of "laziness," such as an eye that drifts in another direction, may not be seen for some years. Treating lazy eye is more than possible today, but there are a few steps involved. Read More