Glaucoma is a condition that causes undue intraocular pressure, damaging the optic nerve. It is among the principal causes of blindness, especially among people aged 60 and above. Although anyone, at any age, can get it, glaucoma is common among older adults.
If you want to look special or update your look, one of the easiest ways to do so is by wearing trendy eyewear. Nowadays, eyewear designers offer amazing eyeglasses in almost any material, shape, and color. However, the concept of trendy can be a bit tricky. In the past, each new season came with its trends, which everyone followed.
Estimates suggest that as many as 48% of U.S adults regularly experience dry eye. However, many of these people are unaware that they are suffering from a very real but also treatable condition that is more than just the symptoms that they are experiencing. Dry eye occurs for a variety of reasons.
We understand that having any sort of medical appointment can be daunting, particularly at the current time. Rest assured that patient safety is our priority and we are taking positive steps to ensure that your appointment is smooth, safe and carries minimal risk.
Back to school is a hectic time for many families. New clothes, day care, extracurriculars and transport are all major considerations for many parents who are trying to get back into a routine and want to make sure that their child has everything that they need for the new academic year. One thing that every child should get before they return to school is an eye exam.
If you have chosen reusable contact lenses, your eye doctor will explain to you the importance of keeping them clean. Cleanliness and proper handling are two of the most important elements of care you can provide for your contact lenses, and not only will they ensure that your contacts last as long as possible, but they will also keep your eyes healthy.
Ensuring that your eyes are properly protected is absolutely essential for their long-term function and health. UV light can be extremely damaging, even in small amounts, so wearing sunglasses that are effective at blocking 100% of UV light is recommended anytime you go outside, particularly on bright, sunny days when the sun’s rays are at their most powerful.