How To Ensure A Safe And Comfy Contact Lens Experience

Contact lenses are an easy way to achieve sharp vision without glasses. Unfortunately, disposable daily contacts are expensive and may not fit the eyes properly, so in most cases it is necessary to purchase bi-weekly or monthly lenses and maintain them until replacement. Although daily maintenance may seem like a daunting task, caring for your contacts is quite simple once you have the right tools and knowledge at hand. The Solution for Your Contacts [Read More]

4 Reasons To See An Optometrist

Has it been more than a year since you've been to an optometrist? If so, now is the time to consider scheduling an eye exam so that you can take charge of your eye health. Many people put off eye exams assuming that their eyes are healthy and happy. Take a look at the following information to better understand some of the top reasons to see an eye care professional. [Read More]

Eye Care For The Teenage Girl: How You Can Help

When it comes to being a parent of a teenage daughter, life and parenting are not always easy. You try to walk the fine line of continuing to parent and protect them, and allowing them to grow into an individual, young adult. And when it comes to taking care of their eyes, you may have your work cut out for you. So, before you get into an epic battle with your teenage daughter over their eye care and potentially necessary eyewear, get to know some of the steps you can take to help your teenage daughter deal with eye care and eyewear. [Read More]

Symptoms And Treatments Of Macular Degeneration

Macular degeneration is a very serious eye disease that can affect people over 55 years of age. The condition occurs when the central portion of the retina, known as the macula, starts to deteriorate. The exact cause for the deterioration is not yet fully known and understood. If you are approaching the age of concern, you want to learn about the warning signs and symptoms of the condition so you can get in to see the optometrist right away. [Read More]