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Why Prescription Glasses Should be Custom-Made

In today's world, our eyes are constantly exposed to various stressors, such as excessive screen time and exposure to artificial light. As a result, the demand for prescription glasses has increased significantly.

What to Expect From Cataracts Surgery and Aftercare

Cataracts are a prevalent eye problem that can develop as you age. It involves the clouding of the natural lens of your eye. That leads to difficulty seeing at night, blurry vision, and sensitivity to glare.

9 Health Problems Eye Exams Can Detect

Studies show that eye exams can detect different health problems. That is why the American Academy of Ophthalmology recommends having regular eye exams. This healthy routine can help you get the treatments you need for your general health. Here are the nine health problems that eye exams can spot.

LASIK and Dry Eyes: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

LASIK (laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis) is a treatment that uses light energy to change your cornea’s shape to correct refractive errors and improve vision. Dry eyes allude to the discomfort when tears do not adequately moisturize the eye.

Avoid These Contact Lens Mistakes

Studies show that around 40 million individuals in the United States are contact lens wearers. But out of every 500 of them, one experiences infection. If left untreated, the conditions can result in severe damage. For example, keratitis, a cornea infection, can result in blindness. 

Diagnosing and Treating Macular Degeneration

Any part of our body can be affected by illness or disease, including our eyes. There are many issues that can affect the health of our eyes, and by default, our eyesight. One of the most common is macular degeneration.

When is the Best Time to Get LASIK?

LASIK remains one of the most popular forms of laser vision correction technique in the United States, with countless people choosing the treatment to improve their eyesight every year. LASIK works by reshaping the clear dome covering the front part of the eye so that light is refracted onto the cornea correctly. It’s safe, it’s effective and it can transform lives.

Dry Eye Treatment: What Are Your Options?

Do your eyes feel dry, stiff, and uncomfortable? Do you suffer from eye fatigue or find it hard to wear contact lenses? If so, you could have dry eye.

What Are Signs and Symptoms of Dry Eyes?

Dry eyes happen when you do not have enough moisture or lubrication. This causes your eyes to feel dry, itchy, and sometimes even watery. It is an uncomfortable feeling and is worth mentioning to your eye doctor.

What is Dry Eye?

Our eyes need a constant supply of fresh tear film to remain healthy and comfortable. For most people, this isn’t a problem. However, a percentage of adults and children alike either don’t make enough natural tear film or their tear film doesn’t have the right balance of components to make their tear film, rendering it less effective. In either case, these people are described as having a condition called dry eye.

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