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Have you noticed that functioning in general is harder? Learn why visiting an optometrist may help you find the source of the problem.

About Lasik Eye Surgery: What To Expect

12 January 2016
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Prescription glasses are great because they will correct your vision immediately when you put them on, they are maintenance-free and they are non-invasive. However, they can also be frustrating because they are hard to wear in certain conditions, such as when they get spotted in the rain and fog up in cold weather; they can also make it hard to wear protective head gear if you pay contact sports. No matter what the case may be, if you like the idea of getting out of your glasses, then Lasik eye surgery may be a good option and you can learn more about it here. Read More …

Contact Lenses For People With Dry Eyes

12 January 2016
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Some people suffer from a condition known as chronic dry eye. This condition causes the eyes to become extremely dry very easily, and is often because of a lack of tear production, which helps keep the eyes moist. If you have dry eyes, it may be hard to keep your contact lenses in due to the irritation they can cause. If you need corrective lenses and want to continue to wear contacts, here are some things your eye doctor can do to help. Read More …

What To Expect From Your Upcoming Cataract Surgery

11 January 2016
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Your eye doctor has recommended cataract surgery to clear up your blurry vision. This is a common procedure from which you'll quickly see results. Your ophthalmologist's office will be happy to answer any questions you have, but here are answers to some of the most common questions people have about this procedure. Will I have to stay in the hospital? Cataract surgery is done as an outpatient in your doctor's office. Read More …

3 Tips For Caring For Your Contact Lenses

11 January 2016
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If you are a just starting out with contact lenses, then you may feel excited about having them, but somewhat unsure about the best way to care for them. While different brands of contacts are going to have some different care instructions, there are certain things that you can do to ensure that your contacts stay in good condition for as long as possible. This article will discuss 3 great, yet simple, tips for caring for your contact lenses. Read More …

Three Eye-Related Symptoms That Indicate The Need To Visit Your Ophthalmologist

11 January 2016
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Even if you don't wear glasses or contacts and haven't noticed any issues with your quality of sight, it's a good habit to schedule one visit with your ophthalmologist about every two years. Doing so will allow this health professional to evaluate your vision but also get an early warning sign of any issues with your eyes. Beyond these regular checkups, it can be crucial to make an appointment with the ophthalmologist right away if you notice something about your vision that doesn't seem correct. Read More …