• Top Tips for LASIK Surgery Recovery

    LASIK is the most popular elective surgery in the world, with around 600,000 Americans undergoing the procedure each year. Recovering from LASIK is a fast and often painless process, but you shouldn’t rush it. Follow these top tips for LASIK surgery recovery to minimize the risk of complications and achieve the best possible results. Take […]

  • Why You Should Wear Glasses with Blue Light Protection

    Digital devices are an essential part of everyday life. Many people spend hours staring at their computer, laptop, tablet, or smartphone. While these devices make life easier, prolonged use can cause health problems due to overexposure to blue light. The good news is you can protect your eyes by wearing glasses with blue light protection. […]

  • Choosing the Right Frames for Your Face Shape

    Wearing glasses isn’t just about correcting your vision; it’s also about making a fashion statement. When choosing new glasses to enhance your look, you should consider the shape of your face. Follow this guide to help you select frames that complement your face shape and convey your style. Frames for a Square Face Shape A […]

  • What to Expect at a Pediatric Eye Exam

    Regular eye exams are crucial for a child’s health and development, as vision significantly affects how children learn and interact with the world. Therefore, you should start scheduling routine eye exams for your child at a very young age. Here’s what to expect during pediatric eye exams as your child grows and develops. Why Do […]

  • How Do Optometrists Treat Dry Eye?

    Dry eye disease (DED) is a common eye condition affecting about 20 million people in the United States. It occurs when the eyes fail to produce enough tears, or the tears evaporate too quickly, leaving the eyes feeling dry, irritated, and uncomfortable. This condition ranges from mild to severe and can affect people of all […]

  • Should I See an Eye Doctor for Pink Eye?

    Pink eye, also known as conjunctivitis, is a common condition that causes eye inflammation and redness. While pink eye can be uncomfortable and has a concerning appearance, it’s usually not serious and can often be treated at home. However, in some cases, you need to see a doctor for pink eye. What is Pink Eye? […]

  • Flashes, Floaters, And Spots: What’s in My Vision?

    It happens to most of us at some point. A small spot or squiggle creeps into our line of vision, and we can’t explain what it is. Typically, when this happens, you’re experiencing eye floaters, flashes, and spots. What does this mean? Is it dangerous? Here, we’ll take a look at the reasons you may […]

  • Myths and Facts: Contact Lenses

    Contact lenses are an amazing innovation, and they just keep getting better. They’ve long allowed people to forgo eyeglasses and live active lifestyles without worrying about glasses fogging up or slipping. Over the years, contact lens technology has greatly improved, yet there are still myths about contact lenses that persist. Here, we’ll look at some […]

  • Diagnosing and Treating Glaucoma

    Did you know that glaucoma is the second leading cause of blindness worldwide? It affects about three million adults in the United States alone, and glaucoma symptoms are often not apparent to the patient until the disease has advanced significantly. Because there’s no cure for glaucoma, it’s important to see your doctor for regular screenings. […]

  • Importance of UV Protection for The Eyes

    You know how important it is to protect your skin from the harmful effects of UV rays. UV protection is why you slather on sunscreen when you’re out in the sun and stay inside when the sun is at its peak. But what are you doing for your eyes? UV protection for eyes is equally […]