Myopia (most often referred to as nearsightedness) affects about one in every three children in the United States and has become increasingly prevalent over the last 30 years. Myopia is an eye disease that occurs when the eye grows too long—like the shape of a football. This causes distant objects to appear blurry and increases […]
Sometimes, you’ll have trouble wearing your contacts. You might have also been told that you’re not a good candidate for normal contacts because they’re “hard to fit” for your eyes. This is often because some eye conditions make it difficult to wear them. But that doesn’t mean you can’t wear contact lenses as there are […]
Whether you’re reading a book, browsing through your phone or using your PC, the right lighting is needed for a comfortable reading experience. But what are the best ways to improve eye comfort? Here are some lighting tips to help you out: Choosing the Right Kind of Light Most experts agree that halogen and fluorescent bulbs […]
The Global Myopia Awareness Coalition (GMAC) recently launched its “Little Kid License” campaign to continue to raise awareness of childhood myopia and the new treatment options available. GMAC, of which Treehouse Eyes is a member, invited junior racers to the go-kart track for an unexpected eye exam before heading out for some fun!
Farsightedness is a condition with strong genetic links. This means, if several close relatives are farsighted, you should keep an eye out for symptoms of hyperopia, including the following: