Six Mistakes To Avoid When You’re Recovering From Cataract Surgery

25 October 2018
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Cataract surgery is a fairly simple procedure that can restore your vision and improve your eye health. However, you need to take care of yourself during your recovery to avoid complications. Unfortunately, patients sometimes make simple mistakes that compromise the success of their cataract eye surgery. The following are six mistakes to avoid when you're recovering from cataract surgery for the best results. Not resting after you return home from surgery Read More 

Everything’s Changing: Three Vision Changes That Can Come with Age

14 July 2016
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Now that you're aging, you're probably well aware of all the changes that are taking place in your body. Some of those changes are going to occur in your eyes. Unfortunately, as you age, your vision begins to change. You might not be able to see as well at night anymore. Your once-perfect vision might need to be corrected with prescription lenses. Most of the vision changes you'll experience will be part of the normal aging process. Read More 

Four Important Reasons To Invest In A Good Pair Of Sunglasses

13 July 2016
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Your eyes allow you to see and embrace the world, so it makes sense that you'd want to take great care of them. If you don't have a quality pair of sunglasses, however, you're not really doing the best you can for your eyes. Here's a look at four reasons it's important to invest in high-quality, UV-blocking sunglasses. To prevent melanoma. Did you know that you can actually get melanoma in your eyes? Read More 

Don’t Forget to Protect Your Eyes While You Are Outside This Summer

12 July 2016
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When you go outside during the summer months, you likely wear sunscreen to protect your skin from the sun's rays. One thing you may forget about protecting is your eyes, but sun can affect them also. Below are some tips on how to keep them healthy so you can enjoy spending time outdoors. Protect Your Eyes with Sunglasses The most obvious way to protect your eyes is with sunglasses. If you currently wear prescription glasses, you will need to see your eye doctor for your sunglasses. Read More 

Things To Consider When Deciding Between The Various Options For Vision Correction

7 July 2016
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More than 60 percent of people need some type of visual aid in order to see properly, with about 57 percent of people wearing glasses and about 12 percent wearing contact lenses at least some of the time. These are two of the more common methods for vision correction. Another option for some people is laser eye surgery. Which option is best for you will depend on a number of different factors. Read More