Astigmatism is one of the most common eye issues, with one out of three Americans suffering from it. To address this type of refractive error, people use specially designed corrective lenses to improve their vision. Insight Vision Center Optometry discusses each of them below.
Myopia, often referred to as nearsightedness, is an eye disease in which the eye elongates more than it should, causing light to be focused in front of the retina instead of on the retina’s surface. Essentially, your child’s eye is growing too long. Because the eye elongates and grows with the rest of the body, […]
Whether you need to wear eyeglasses or you have 20/20 vision, chances are you still need to book an appointment with your eye doctor annually. During an eye exam, your doctor will be able to determine the current state of your vision and detect early signs of medical conditions.
Given the rapid increase in childhood myopia being seen in the U.S., the American Academy of Ophthalmology and American Academy of Pediatrics recently updated their guidance on managing myopia in children. Both organizations now recommend children play outdoors more to delay the onset of myopia and support proactive treatment of myopic children to reduce the […]
Most people with desk jobs have to look at screens for around nine hours daily. At the end of the day, they may experience headaches, dry eyes or blurred vision. However, working adults are not the only ones affected by computer vision syndrome (CVS). Kids who use mobile gadgets for schoolwork can have issues as […]