Whether you are a teen new to the world of vision correction or an adult who desires a change, wearing contact lenses is a great option for improving your vision. While contacts are less visible on your face compared to eyeglasses, wearing and caring for this form of vision correction requires a bit more practice. If you are newly part of the 30 million people in the United States who wear contact lenses, understanding how to clean and care for your contacts and eyes is essential.
18 February 2016
Wearing glasses for the first time can make children feel a little uncomfortable. It changes their look, and invites extra attention from schoolteachers and peers. While the general perception of glasses has shifted over the years, children and adolescents may still feel apprehensive about teasing and name calling. Outlined below are three ways you can help overcome those initial apprehensions and boost your child's confidence. 1. Help Your Child Pick the Right Style
8 February 2016
Endophthalmitis is a vision-threatening eye condition characterized by inflammation of the inside of the eye. It occurs when microorganisms like fungi, bacteria, or viruses enter your eye. While all types of endophthalmitis are serious, bacterial endophthalmitis is the most severe type. Here are five things you need to know about bacterial endophthalmitis. How do bacteria get inside your eyes? Your eyes are closed structures, but it's still possible for dangerous bacteria to get inside.
8 February 2016
These days, decorative contacts are all the rage. With celebrities like Lady Gaga wearing them in music videos to make their look more captivating, you might be tempted to change your eye color to something more exotic, or try those popular circle contact lenses that make your pupils look huge. To save time and money, you might even be tempted to order these lenses online instead of heading to the eye doctor.
22 January 2016
Switching from eyeglasses to contact lenses is not always an easy task. If you recently made the switch and are having discomfort in your eyes, you may want to go back to your eye doctor's office to find out why this is happening. There are numerous possibilities of what might be causing your discomfort, and your eye doctor will help you determine what the problem is. Types of Discomfort Contacts are foreign objects placed in the eyes, and there are times when the eyes can reject these small, clear objects.
25 November 2014