The medications prescribed to you by your doctor are supposed to help improve your condition. However, what if their side effects are affecting your vision? You should see your doctor as soon as possible. Still, it’s important for patients to at least have an idea of how certain medications can affect their vision.
Myopia or nearsightedness is a common condition among children and teens. Fortunately, you can slow down its progression in your child by starting treatment early. One of the recommended treatments is orthokeratology, a treatment in which your kid wears gas-permeable contact lenses at night to reshape their cornea.
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.
Myopia, also known as nearsightedness, affects over 40% of the population in the country, and that’s expected to grow by up to 50% by 2050. This vision condition occurs when the shape of the eye causes light rays to refract incorrectly, which makes distant objects look blurred. People with myopia may find it difficult to […]
At Insight Vision Center Optometry, we help our patients achieve excellent vision through the latest instruments and technologies in the optometry field. In addition, we continuously improve and update our services, particularly our vision correction methods. Aside from our contact lenses and eyeglasses, we also provide orthokeratology or corneal refractive therapy. Let your expert eye […]