Can You See That? Signs You May Have Age-Related Cataracts


If you are in your forties, age-related vision changes may already be a part of your life, even if you haven't admitted it yet. For many people, the first sign of vision changes occurs gradually as they near middle age. This vision change is typically mild and causes you to have difficulty reading or doing close-up work. It is easily corrected with reading glasses, but not all age-related vision changes are as easy to treat.

23 August 2016

The 411 On Conjunctivitis: Understanding And Treating Pink Eye


Seeing is an imperative part of your daily life, so protecting your vision and the underlying health of your eyes is important. Unfortunately, certain issues may develop that not only affect your health but also the ability to see in a clean, comfortable manner. Conjunctivitis is a common condition that affects the eyes in children and adults, but you may not be familiar with this issue. Using this guide, you will understand this disorder and learn the best options to treat conjunctivitis.

16 June 2016

5 Tips To Follow When Ordering Bifocals


If you are ordering bifocal lenses for the first time, it is important that you consult with your optometrist to get lenses and frames that are customized to your needs. Unlike single distance glasses, which you can often order online without much conversation with an optometrist, bifocals have many more specific measurements and details that are important to your comfort and clear vision. Below is a list of five tips that you should consider when you visit your optometrist to order bifocals.

14 June 2016