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5 Signs to Identify Myopia in Children

Myopia is a common refractive error that affects children's vision. It occurs when the eyeball is slightly longer than normal, causing the light entering the eye to focus in front of the retina instead of directly on it.

How to Choose the Perfect Contact Lenses for Your Prescription and Lifestyle?

When it comes to correcting vision, many people opt for glasses, but have you ever considered the freedom and flexibility that contact lenses can offer? Contact lenses are small, soft discs that fit over the cornea of your eye.

How Do Regular Eye Exams Detect Early Signs of Eye Disease?

If you have not been in touch with your eye doctor for a while, maybe it is time to book an appointment. The American Association of Retired Persons states that seeing your eye doctor every year can help keep your eyes in top shape. Inspecting your eyes can reveal hidden eye issues and even systemic diseases. Regular eye exams can provide your eye doctor with a preview of your eye health. Here are the details about how routine eye checks can spot early signs of eye problems. 

Eye Emergencies: When to Seek Immediate Medical Attention

An eye emergency is any situation where there is a sudden or significant change in vision, or if there is pain in the eye. An eye emergency can also include situations where foreign objects or chemicals have come into contact with the eye.

Breaking Down the Numbers: Understanding Your Eyeglass Prescription

If you have been wearing vision-correcting eyeglasses, you may have noticed that your prescription comprises a series of numbers and abbreviations. While it may seem like a complex code, understanding your eyeglass prescription is essential.

Contact Lens Safety Tips: Do’s and Don'ts

Contact lenses are a popular alternative to glasses, providing clear vision and freedom of movement without the need for bulky frames. To ensure your eyes stay healthy and safe, it is essential to follow proper contact lens hygiene and care practices.

Simple Lifestyle Changes That Can Help Dry Eye

Dry eye syndrome is an eye anomaly where your eyes do not produce ample tears. The tears generated may evaporate too fast, leading to dry eye syndrome. This can result in irritation, discomfort, and even vision problems. Several dry eye treatments are available, but simple lifestyle changes can help alleviate dry eye symptoms.