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Category: General vision articles
Depending on the need, there’s a different eye drop to help take care of your eyes.
We tell you the facts from fiction.
It all comes down to how light focuses on your retina.
It’s not always clear what’s causing red eyes—or how you should treat it.
Find out what causes different colors and what it says about your health.
Ever wonder why eyeglass frames look good on some people but not others? Face shape is probably the answer.
The dos and don’ts of getting irritants out of your eyes.
Addition (Add) Dioptric power added to a distance prescription to accommodate some finite distance such as for reading. The dioptric power of a bifocal segment. Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD) An acquired retinal disorder characterized by degeneration in the central (macular) area of the retina. This is the leading cause of blindness in persons over age […]
Retinal imaging is a digital image taken of the retina, blood vessels, and optic nerve located at the back of your eyes. These images can assist in the early detection and management of certain eye diseases, including glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetes, and hypertension. How is Retinal Imaging Done? Retinal imaging is a simple, non-invasive procedure. […]
With children returning to the classroom this fall, many parents, guardians, and caregivers are busy buying school supplies to set them up for a great school year. However, they may not be including one of the most important steps for ensuring children’s long-term success in their back-to-school prep list – an eye exam.