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Pediatric Eye Exams: Here Is What to Expect

Schools conduct vision screening for students. However, these should not be a substitute for eye exams. Your child needs to go for eye exams from the time they are six months old. It ensures their eyes are developing at the proper pace. After the first visit, their doctor may recommend a checkup every year, at least for the first five years. After that, you can keep it to every two years. 

Are You a Good Candidate for Neurolens®?

Eyestrain has become a pervasive problem, especially with the increased use of digital devices. It leads to uncomfortable symptoms such as eye pain, headaches, and neck and shoulder pain. Neurolens® technology can help provide relief for the problem. The novel technology involves using prescription lenses with a contoured prism. The lenses help realign the eye, reducing trigeminal nerve pressure. 

Switching to Contact Lenses? Ask Your Optometrist These Questions First

Have you been wearing eyeglasses for years and are thinking of switching to contacts? You may have just discovered that you have a refractive error and need corrective lenses. Whatever the reason, switching to contact lenses means you are joining millions of people who have chosen convenience.

The Do’s and Don’ts of Wearing Contact Lenses

Many people around the world choose to wear contact lenses to enhance their looks or correct their vision. However, a considerable percentage of them ignore or overlook the instructions concerning their proper care. Practicing bad habits and avoiding cleaning them often result in several issues. Some of them include infections and irritations of the eyes.

Who Needs Specialty Contact Lenses?

Millions of people see clearly by wearing contact lenses. Most of them switched from prescription eyeglasses to contacts due to comfort and convenience. But what happens if you have a condition hindering you from wearing conventional contact lenses? Fortunately, custom-fit, specialty contact lenses can help in such situations. Read on to learn who needs them.

How to Know If You Need an Emergency Eye Doctor

There are times when you cannot wait until your next annual eye exam to see the doctor. These times require urgent eye care and could result in complications or vision loss if you do not get it. Pain is just one of the indicators of an eye emergency. There are many situations where pain does not present. How do you know that you need urgent eye care or an emergency eye doctor?

The Most Effective Ways to Slow Down Myopia Progression

Myopia, also known as nearsightedness or short-sightedness, is a growing problem. One study predicts that it will affect nearly 50 percent of the global population by 2050. Usually, this condition begins in childhood. Some factors that can lead to myopia development include lifestyle, family history, or both.

The 5 Best Ways to Stop Eyesight From Getting Worse

Your eyesight is precious; ideally, you take every measure possible to maintain your eye health and avoid anything that can worsen it. If you have no vision problems or are experiencing some, below are the five best ways to stop your eyesight from worsening.

Dealing With Myopia at the Right Time

Myopia or nearsightedness is the most common eye condition in adults and children. This refractive error has been rising in the last decade, and it is now a global epidemic. Studies show that more than 40 percent of Americans have this condition. 

How to Keep Eyes Healthy As You Age

Aging is more than getting wrinkles on your face and gray hair. It also affects your legs and arms. They become creaky and will not have as much strength as before. Your vision is not an exception. Age will cause changes in your ability to see. 

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