With the wide selection of eyeglasses out there, it’s not easy to choose one that fits well and can be used for any occasion. In this post, your local vision therapy experts, Insight Vision Center guides you on how to choose the best pair for you.
Contact lenses are convenient, comfortable and effective. However, certain eye conditions can make one’s eyes incompatible with regular contact lenses. One common disorder that can prevent the use of contact lens use is keratoconus.
Many children are visual learners. In fact, researchers found that children understand information better when it’s presented or demonstrated to them. This is why it’s necessary to take care of their eyes as early on as possible.
Proper eye development and alignment play important roles in your depth perception. They also prevent you from seeing double and having other eyesight errors. “Crossed eyes,” also known as strabismus, is a vision disorder that occurs when your eyes can’t look at the same point at the same time.
The transparent, dome-like structure covering the front part of your eyes is known as the cornea. Its main function is to accurately bend light rays toward your retina. Delicate and tiny protein fibers hold your cornea in place. When they weaken, your cornea may slowly thin and bulge out, resulting in a condition called keratoconus.