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Learning About The Benefits Of Contact Lenses and Eyeglasses


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Learning About The Benefits Of Contact Lenses and Eyeglasses

Hello, my name is Curtis. I am here to talk to you about glasses and contact lenses. Obtaining my first pair of glasses was life changing in so many ways. In some ways, I struggled to fit in with my peers, as many did not wear prescription lenses. In others, I was able to improve my school performance and participate in my favorite hobbies once again. I switched to contacts later in life and experienced even more improvements. I hope you can use the information on my site to embrace your need for prescription contact lenses and eyeglasses. Thank you.

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What You Should Know About Your Child’s Cataracts

If your child was recently diagnosed with cataracts, you probably have a lot of questions, from wondering about the cause to having concerns about vision later in life. Consulting with a qualified optometrist is a good way to address your concerns, but in the meantime, here's what you need to know to put your mind at ease. 1. It isn't your fault Whether your child was born with cataracts or they developed a little later in childhood, you shouldn't blame yourself. Read More 

Aqueous Shunt Surgery For Glaucoma: 5 Questions Answered

Glaucoma is an eye disease that causes a buildup of pressure within the eye, resulting in optic nerve damage and vision loss if not treated early. If you have been diagnosed with this condition, you may have been prescribed medicated eye drops, oral medication, or possibly laser surgery to help drain the fluid within the eye. In some some cases, however, these methods fail to bring results. If you have been treated unsuccessfully with the more common methods, your eye doctor may recommend a procedure known as aqueous shunt surgery. Read More 

Wearing New Contacts And Fighting Dry Eyes

If you have recently decided to switch from glasses to contacts, then you may be surprised that your eyes feel irritated and painful. Eye pain and irritation can make contacts feel uncomfortable, and this is often caused by dry eyes. If you want your contacts to feel as comfortable as your glasses, then consider the following information. Lubricate The Eyes Contacts And The Tear Layer Corrective lenses change the angle of light that enters the eye. Read More