Correcting and Clarifying Your Vision: An Optometry Blog

  • Does Old Age Determine Whether Cataract Surgery Is Possible?

    22 June 2017

    It's no secret that old age can bring deteriorating vision. Usually, this means that the patient will need to wear reading glasses for close-up work, but sometimes it can also mean the formation of cataracts. Sometimes, this condition does not present itself until a patient is in their advanced years. Does this mean that they are ineligible for surgery, or that they need to take something else into account? What Is This Condition?

  • A Guide to Contact Lenses

    19 April 2017

    Contact lenses were invented in the late 19th Century, and since then, they have become an increasingly popular eye care solution for those with poor vision. Despite the fact that they have been around for so long, many people do not have an understanding of the different contact lenses available. The modern world of eye care offers a range of different contact lenses. If your optometrist has recommended that you wear an aid to improve your vision, you may be wondering about the different types of contact lenses which are available and which one would be best suited to you.

  • Is It Time to Get New Prescription Eyeglasses?

    19 April 2017

    Prescription eyeglasses are not just a convenience; they can keep you safe while driving, help you avoid household accidents, and keep your vision healthy over the years. Note a few signs that it may be time to get new prescription eyeglasses or to upgrade and replace the pair you have currently. There have been household accidents Household accidents such as tripping, falls, bumping into things, and even accidents during food prep may be the fault of poor vision.

  • 4 Approaches To Decrease Eye Strain From Excess Computer Use

    27 March 2017

    If you're in a job that requires you to sit in front of a computer all day long, your eyes will start to feel strained eventually. Ignoring the problem may result in eyesight loss and other related complaints, so follow these approaches to decrease eyestrain when you use computers excessively. Visit an optometrist regularly to keep track of your eyesight. Make Sure Your Room Lighting Doesn't Cause A Glare Against Your Screen