While eye care services like contact lens fitting and orthokeratology are perhaps the most common reasons patients visit their eye care clinic, it’s not unusual to consult with eye doctors for other eye conditions. This includes accidents resulting in injuries and irritation of the eyes.
Whether you travel frequently for pleasure or work, you shouldn’t forget to care for your eyes. Eye problems can disrupt your fun trip or make it difficult for you to focus on your job. By being mindful of your eyes and taking proper care of them, you can avoid different eye problems.
Those who wear eyeglasses know how walking outside when it’s bright and sunny can be a challenge. Many bring both their glasses and sunglasses when heading out and switch between the two as needed. However, with photochromic lenses, you don’t need to worry about this issue since they darken under the sun and go clear […]
Many people think it’s their contact lenses that are making their eyes dry, but the truth is that contact lens wearers, as well as non-wearers alike, can suffer from dry eye syndrome. Wearing contact lenses, however, does make the condition more pronounced as contact lenses begin to dry out, too, making them uncomfortable to wear.
The terms “vision” and “eyesight” are often used interchangeably, but as eye doctors and other professionals know, though these words are connected, they don’t necessarily have the same meaning.