Contact Removal

Does your bedtime routine include removing your contact lenses? Sometimes we just get lazy and decide that it won’t hurt this “one time” just to leave them in. Then this “one time” turns into another night, and so on and so forth. You know that clear part of the eye that covers over the pupil…

Details

Contact Care

Have you made the switch to contacts? If you’ve grown tired of trying to accommodate your life around a pair of glasses, then contact lenses are a great option to consider. Contacts give you the freedom to move around and stay active, all while being able to see clearly. And there’s no worry about busting…

Details

Glasses and Make-up

Eye-glasses can be a fashionable way to show off your personality, while the magical wonders of make-up can improve up the beautiful features you already have. But when you put the two together, that’s where the trouble starts. For some, wearing eye-glasses and maintaining a make-up routine can be a challenge. Your lenses get dirty…

Details

Eyes on Technology

When you were a kid, your parents warned you that watching too much television would “rot your brain”. They said staring at that TV box would make you go blind! While that may have been a false threat to encourage you to get outside for some fresh air, the threat you may now have from your vision.

smartphone is a real one.

Details

Contacts: Do and Don’t

Wearing contact lenses are a great alternative to always wearing eyeglasses. When fitted properly, they give you the comfort and freedom to see the world without obstruction. Contacts are also quite easy to maintain, as long as you take care of them properly. This will help you reduce the risk for serious eye infections and any possible…

Details

Wearing Wrong Lenses

Contacts have come a long way. And there’s more to contact lenses than meets the eye. When you visit the optometrist, he or she will give you a comprehensive eye exam. They will also have to measure the shape of your eye in order to properly prescribe the proper fit of your lenses. This is…

Details

Floaters

If you see a shadowy spot or shape pass in your field of vision, you may be seeing something that is commonly known as a floater, or a spot. Don’t panic – most floaters are small, harmless clumps of gel that occur when the vitreous inside your eye becomes more liquid. They usually appear when…

Details

Myopia in Kids

What is Myopia? Myopia is the most common vision disorder among children from the age of six up to adolescence. More commonly known as shortsightedness, myopia is a common refractive error in the eye. It can be treated by wearing glasses and/or contact lenses as recommended by your professional eye doctor. In fact, there are…

Details

Child Eye Care

Child’s Play Does your child have difficulty seeing objects from a distance? When they read, does he or she hold the book up close to their face, straining to read the words? While your little one may have had vision screening done at school or by his or her pediatrician, a comprehensive eye exam done…

Details