Blurry vision is a common eye condition that affects certain parts of the eye, such as the retina, cornea or optic nerve. Two kinds of blurred vision can happen to an individual depending on the circumstances. Sudden blurring is usually caused by a single factor or event while slowly progressive blurred vision happens over time […]
Glaucoma affects more than 3 million people in the United States, and the National Eye Institute forecasts that by 2030 that figure would have risen by 58% to 4.2 million. Glaucoma is usually so undetectable that many people are unaware they have it. What is glaucoma, and why is it important to know about it?
Scleral contact lenses are one of many forms of contact lenses that can meet the demands of diverse patients and individuals. Scleral lenses are ideal for individuals who have uneven corneas, suffer from dry eyes or have deformed eyes that are difficult to fit with traditional eyewear. They provide the best wearing experience and visual […]
Sometimes, you’ll have trouble wearing your contacts. You might have also been told that you’re not a good candidate for normal contacts because they’re “hard to fit” for your eyes. This is often because some eye conditions make it difficult to wear them. But that doesn’t mean you can’t wear contact lenses as there are […]
Amblyopia is the lack of visual acuity or development in one or both eyes. Also known as lazy eye, it can be caused by different conditions, such as astigmatism or varying degrees of farsightedness or nearsightedness. But despite the myths surrounding amblyopia, it can be treated.