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Switching From Glasses to Contact Lenses: What to Know

While prescription eyeglasses are a popular way to correct vision and provide clear, crisp vision, they can also have drawbacks. For example, frames are usually visible at the edges of your field of vision. They also limit your physical activity when wearing them. 

Do I Have Dry Eye or Seasonal Allergies?

Although they have different causes, dry eye syndrome and seasonal allergies can exhibit similar symptoms. These are two of the more common ocular conditions people deal with daily. It is easy to confuse dry eye and allergies due to their overlapping symptoms, making it difficult to find consistent relief. 

Macular Degeneration Screening With Wellness by Optovue

Regular comprehensive eye exams are critical to eye and vision health. The Optovue retinal exam is an integral part of modern comprehensive eye exams. It produces images as unique as fingerprints and gives eye doctors an expansive view of the retina. 

How Often Should I Get an Eye Exam?

One comprehensive eye exam each year should help keep your eyes in top shape. But some patients may need to have their eyes checked more than once a year. Your eyesight can change a lot in one year. This is especially true if you are over the age of 50.

Benefits of an InfantSEE® Assessment

Early detection of eye conditions is the best way to prevent the development of vision problems. Dilated eye exams can help determine whether the eyes are working as they should. Examining infants’ eyes helps ensure that their vision is developing well. Read on to find out the benefits of an InfantSEE® assessment.

Comprehensive Eye Health Screening with CLARIFYE

Comprehensive eye health screenings should be part of your preventative healthcare regardless of age, gender, or anything else. This is because comprehensive eye health screening is the easiest, fastest, and most reliable way to detect developing eye health and vision problems. Most importantly, before they start affecting the quality of your day-to-day life. 

What Is Astigmatism and How Is It Corrected?

Astigmatism is a relatively common vision problem that develops from an error in the cornea shape. The condition develops when the cornea or eye lens is irregularly curved. This affects the front part of the eye, changing the way light refracts or passes to the retina. This leads to blurriness, fuzziness, or distorted vision. Find out what astigmatism is and how it is corrected. 

Diagnosing and Treating Dry Eye

Many people are surprised to learn that dry eye is an actual condition and not just a symptom. Dry eyes affect most people at some point during their lifetime, but for some, it will become a chronic condition that leaves them suffering from a range of uncomfortable and sometimes debilitating symptoms. These include dryness, irritation, itching, blurred vision, and more.

What Is the Long-Term Impact of Virtual Learning on Children’s Eyes?

Kids, like adults, are spending more time online. At some point during the COVID-19 pandemic, many children attended school via Zoom and completed assignments online. The trend toward more screen time — whether playing games or being in touch with friends — is likely to continue even after everyone returns to the classroom. 

7 Tips to Keep Your Vision Healthy and Clear

Most of the information we receive from our surroundings comes through our eyes, so let's do our best to protect them. Follow these 7 tips to give your eyes and vision the boost they need to stay healthy. 

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