With the wide selection of eyeglasses out there, it’s not easy to choose one that fits well and can be used for any occasion. In this post, your local vision therapy experts, Insight Vision Center guides you on how to choose the best pair for you.
Retinoblastoma is an eye cancer that usually affects young children and, at times, adults. The condition makes the nerve cells in the retina change and increase in size and number, which eventually leads to a tumor. Children who inherited the gene related to this disease from their parents are at higher risk of getting it.
In the old days, people relied mostly on eyeglasses to correct their vision problems. Nowadays, advanced contact lenses provide different types of assistance for people with vision problems. Scleral lenses, for instance, are designed to be larger than typical contact lenses. In today’s post, Insight Vision Center, a vision therapy center, discusses the main features […]
Strabismus, most often referred to as “crossed eyes”, is a vision developmental problem, which often develops during one’s formative years. Recent studies show that this eye disorder affects around 4% of all children in the country. Here, we break down the causes, risk factors and symptoms.
Keratoconus refers to an eye disease in which the cornea bulges and ends up shaped like a cone. It is a result of the cornea’s abnormal thinning due to weakening protein fibers that support its shape. While there is no exact cause of keratoconus, certain risk factors include heredity, constant eye rubbing and poorly fitted […]