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Choosing the Best Holiday Eyewear

The holiday season is just around the corner. With so many different things to think about, the one thing you don’t need is to feel stressed about your eyewear. If you need to use prescription lenses to see clearly, you may be wondering what will work best during the busiest time of the year. Here are our top tips on choosing the best holiday eyewear to suit your needs.


Use It or Lose It - Maximize Your Benefits Before End of Year!

Health insurance, retirement plans, and other benefits that an employee receives through the employer usually reset with each new year. As the year draws to a close, find out how you can maximize your employee benefits. 


Choosing the Right Frames for Your Face

Frames come in all shapes, colors, and styles. Sometimes, the variety can be so vast it is hard to know where to start. This is especially true when you are shopping online and cannot try out the frames. Here is a guide to help you choose the right frames for your face.


How Your Screens Are Affecting Your Eyes

How many hours do you spend staring at a digital screen? The first thing you need to understand is that you tend to blink less while working on your computer or staring at a digital screen. Essentially, your eyes will be working harder to focus.


Glaucoma: What’s New and What Do I Need to Know?

Glaucoma is one of the most common eye conditions and a leading cause of partial and permanent blindness. Unfortunately, eye and vision specialists do not know as much about this condition as they do other eye disorders. This includes the presenting symptoms of glaucoma and the treatment options. However, early treatment can slow or even stop the loss of vision.


Finding the Right Sunglasses This Summer

Wearing sunglasses is a powerful way to protect your eyes from harmful sun rays. Sunglasses are a must-have during summer. Apart from keeping away the rays, sunglasses also help protect the eyes from particles in the atmosphere. 


Getting a Contact Lens Exam

Do you want to wear contact lenses? Whether it's for vision correction, for sports, or merely to enhance your look, the first step you'll have to take is to undergo a contact lens exam. This procedure is necessary to fit you with those thin pieces of plastic. If your eye doctor has scheduled your contact lens exam, you'll see that the process will take longer than what you're used to. Getting a contact lens exam usually involves going through additional tests that your doctor doesn't normally request in routine eye checks for eyeglasses. 


Why Get Routine Eye Exams

Many people do not think that visiting an eye doctor is important lest they need eyewear or have an eye condition. Visiting an eye doctor needs to be a regular part of your life even when you believe your eyes are okay.


The Importance of Routine Pediatric Eye Exams

Most parents know how important it is to take their child in for a regular checkup with the pediatrician. The pediatrician does a thorough exam, including a basic vision screening with an eye chart. They will also ask the parents, and the child if possible if they have noticed any issues. But this is a very basic exam and will not catch all vision issues a child may have.


Candidates for Ortho-K

Are you struggling with shortsightedness or having trouble seeing clearly? Do you want to improve your vision without having eye surgery? As unbelievable as this idea sounds, it is a reality for many folks. This groundbreaking quick fix known as orthokeratology (Ortho-K) uses tailored contact lenses to improve eyesight. It involves putting on gas-permeable lenses at night to restructure your cornea as you sleep. After waking up, you take out the lenses and have a clearer vision for up to 24 or 36 hours. That said, your eye doctor will likely prescribe this solution if you qualify for it.


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