Although it’s difficult to estimate how many people in America wear glasses we do know approximately 75% of adults use vision correction. So over 61% are wearing glasses daily. It is easy to overlook the importance of care needed to make sure your glasses meet your everyday needs. When your car is low on […]
Our young ones mean the world to us and we always want them to be in good health! The moment a child opens their eyes from birth, they begin to take in all their surroundings and try to make sense of it all. Their vision and the developmental phase of processing what is around […]
What is the relationship? Our eyes, when teamed together with the brain, are the gateway to processing our surroundings and helps us to make accurate judgments on depth, distance, and size-all of which are important to an individual for them to function safely and properly through their daily-life. When someone experiences a concussion or […]
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 […]
Eyeglasses and contact lenses are often prescribed by eye doctors to correct one’s vision problem. However, there is one treatment option that can do the same thing, but, at the same time, minimizes the need for corrective eyewear. It is called orthokeratology, also known as Ortho-k .