Hearing you have 20/20 vision from your eye care specialist is good news. Some professions even require having this visual acuity measurement. But, what does it actually mean? Insight Vision Center Optometry, your trusted provider of ortho-k and other quality eye care, explains what this figure indicates.
Your eyes’ baseball-like shape plays a central role in the even distribution of light rays. Any irregularities to its form and structure may compromise how light is bent and focused in your eyes, resulting in refractive errors, particularly astigmatism.
Millions in the U.S. are farsighted. Also referred to as hyperopia, this is a refractive error that causes difficulties clearly seeing nearby objects. This problem may affect not only your visual health, but also your safety and daily efficiency.
Nearsightedness or myopia is the most common refractive error. While it’s usually detected during your younger years, it can affect anyone at any age. Insight Vision Center Optometry, your trusted orthokeratology clinic, explains how it develops and ways to manage this problem.
We have all heard of the term concussion before and how it can affect our cognitive abilities, but have you ever stopped to wonder how it can affect your vision as well? The brain rests inside the skull and is cushioned by spinal fluid. When a violent external force comes into contact with one’s head, […]