Tips for Adults Needing Glasses for the First Time

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3 Eyeglasses Buying Tips: A Must Read for Heavy Outdoor Computer Users

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Many people in this technologically-advanced world probably spend most of their time in front of some form of portable computer devices such as tablets and phones. Extended use of such devices can be harmful to your eyes, especially if you spend those long hours in front of a screen without using some form of eye protection. Since you do not blink much when looking at a tablet screen, your eyes are likely to get dry as a result, especially if you are outdoors. Read More»

How to Tell if Your Toddler Needs Glasses

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Glasses aren’t just for adults – poor vision is a problem that can start as early as infancy. But how can you tell if a small child or toddler has a vision problem? After all, if they can’t yet read, they cannot understand a traditional eye test chart. Here are 5 ways to tell if your toddler may require glasses. Are they squinting? When you struggle to see something, you may instinctively squint. Read More»

4 Care Tips for Your Prescription Glasses

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Prescription glasses are expensive and relatively delicate. It is essential for you to provide proper care to your spectacles so as to avoid future charges for repair and replacement. Moreover, an ideal pair of glasses is designed and chosen to match your face, head and eyes. If the shape is distorted, the fit will be unsuitable and thus you will experience discomfort. Here are some simple care tips to help you maintain the quality performance of your prescription glasses. Read More»

Understanding Glaucoma

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Glaucoma is a condition that develops when your optic nerve, which is located at the back of your eye, is damaged. The optic nerve can be damaged when the pressure in your eye increases, which can happen when fluid in the front of your eye stops draining efficiently. Glaucoma can lead to partial or complete loss of vision, so here’s what you need to know about this condition: Causes There’s not always an identifiable cause of glaucoma, but it can be caused by the following: Read More»