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Protecting Your Glasses

When you get glasses, it is important for you to make sure you take good care of them. If you don't make sure to take special care with them, they can end up being damaged. When you went through the trouble to find the right glasses that had the best options for you included in their design, the last thing you want is a broken or damaged pair. Caring for your glasses the way they should be cared for is not hard at all, but there are some tips you should follow. Read More 

Is Self-Medicating Your Glaucoma With THC A Good Idea?

It's well-known that many people have been able to get medical marijuana cards by talking to a doctor about their glaucoma. Whether you have a card or are simply interested in doing whatever you can to help keep your eye pressure under control, looking to medical marijuana for help is understandable. However, it's important to know that THC isn't a replacement for your standard medications, and it may not be as helpful as you think. Read More 

Three Things To Expect When Transitioning To Multi-Focal Contacts

Finding out that you need a multi-focal vision correction can be overwhelming, especially if you've always worn contact lenses. Many people believe that they will be unable to wear contacts again once they receive a corrective prescription that requires more than one correction strength. The fact is, multi-focal contact lenses are an option. Like any other multi-focal lens, they will require some adjustment. Here are a few things to expect as you make the transition. Read More 

Common Questions About Vision Problems Answered

Issues with your eyesight can be a frightening and serious problem. Sadly, it is likely that you are not particularly informed when it comes to these health issues. In particular, there are a few questions that patients may need answered if they notice the clarity of their vision has started to decrease. Is It Normal For Your Vision Acuity To Decrease? As you age, you may notice that your ability to clearly see fine detail starts to weaken. Read More 

Three Tips For Preventing Digital Eye Strain

The average American adult will spend an estimated three hours and eight minutes starting at their mobile phone each day in 2016, in addition to the two hours and 11 minutes they'll spend looking at a computer screen. All of this screen time can make your eyes feel dry, irritated or blurred, but there are ways to prevent it. Here are three tips for preventing digital eye strain. Use a screen filter Read More