Laser vision correction is one way you can permanently improve your vision. With laser eye surgery, you can potentially eliminate the need for contact lenses or glasses, or at least improve your vision so much that you only have to wear corrective lenses to read or drive. Use this guide to help you determine if laser eye surgery is right for you. You Hate Glasses If wearing glasses makes you feel self-conscious or you don't like the way you look in glasses, then getting laser eye surgery is right for you.
15 August 2018
If you have been to the optometrist and you were given a diagnosis that requires surgery, there is a good chance you will get referred to an ophthalmologist. This type of eye specialists is considered a medical doctor that has the training to perform eye surgeries. Here are three common types of eye surgeries that are performed by an ophthalmologist. Cataract Surgery Cataracts is a common eye disorder that causes vision loss in people over the age of 40.
25 May 2018
You already know you need to get glasses to help you see better, but a question many people don't fully consider until they're sitting in the optician's chair is the number of pairs they should buy. How many you need depends on your lifestyle and preferences. Here are a few things you should consider when making a final decision. Are You a Klutz or Do You Live with One? Eyeglasses break for a number of reasons, but possibly the most common one is user error.
26 March 2018
If you have been recently diagnosed with diabetes, you know that you need to monitor your health more closely. However, you might not realize that you also need to monitor your vision more closely as well. Diabetes can lead to serious vision problems, especially if you don't keep the disease under control. One of those vision problems is diabetic retinopathy, which can lead to permanent blindness. To avoid diabetes-related vision problems, here are four steps you should follow.
24 January 2018
LASIK surgery can improve your eyesight considerably and may enable you to stop wearing glasses or contact lenses. The procedure is typically painless and very quick -- just 15 or 20 minutes. Though LASIK isn't an inpatient procedure or one requiring a lot of downtime during recovery, there are things you should do to care for your eyes properly and minimize your risk of complications after surgery. Use Your Medications
15 November 2017
If your child currently wears glasses to help him or her see better, there may come a time when he or she asks for contact lenses. As a parent, you can make the decision whether to allow this or not, but you should talk to an eye doctor before you decide. Switching from glasses to contacts is not as easy as it may seem, and you will want to make sure your child is ready for this and that contacts will be a good solution for the child's vision problems.
1 September 2017
Most people get really nervous to go to the optometrist for the first time. This might stem from the fact that most individuals have not visited with an eye doctor since they were in elementary school. However, there is absolutely nothing to be scared of when visiting with an optometrist. First and foremost, you need to know that the doctor's entire job is to help you see more clearly. He or she is going to examine your eyes and help you in any way that they can.
17 July 2017