When you have been able to see most of your life, you really do not want to lose that ability. However, the aging process tends to take some of your sight with it. All of a sudden you have to wear thicker glasses, bifocals, or trifocals. If you want to age gracefully, but do not want your eyes and eyewear to show it, here are some options for you. No-Line Bifocals and Trifocals [Read More]
Seeing For Two: How To Care For Your Eyes During Pregnancy
If you're pregnant, you want to stay as healthy as possible. You're probably visiting your doctor on a regular basis, watching what you eat, and getting some exercise. However, if you're not including your eyes in your health routine, you could be setting yourself up for vision problems. You might not realize this, but the rush of hormones through your body during pregnancy can wreak havoc on your eyes. You can help reduce vision problems by spending some extra time caring for your eyes. [Read More]
4 Things Pterygium Sufferers Need to Know about Surgical Removal
A pterygium is a benign growth of tissue that can develop on your conjunctiva. This growth can make your eye feel gritty, itchy or like there's a foreign object stuck in it. In some cases, your optometrist may recommend having your pterygium surgically removed. Here are four things pterygium sufferers need to know about surgical removal. 1. When is surgical removal necessary? Surgical removal is necessary when a pterygium grows across the cornea and starts to impair the vision. [Read More]
Myopia Is On The Rise: How Can You Protect Your Children?
A newly released report states myopia, also known as nearsightedness, is on the rise. It further predicts that 50% of the world's population will be short-sighted within the next 35 years. While myopia can be managed with early intervention, it is possible for blindness to occur if the myopia is ignored. Lifestyle changes could be the key to reducing the impact of myopia in your children, so where do you begin? [Read More]