What is Presbyopia? What is a Cataract? What about Macular Degeneration or Dermatochalasis? What do they mean and how do they affect my eye or the eyes of my loved ones? These are all characteristics of the aging process and they can all be treated, and in some cases prevented.
At some point around 35 years old, the lens of the eye, responsible for focusing, starts losing that ability. It...
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In a recent study performed by the Vision Council 70 percent of adults reported that they experience digital eye strain. The condition is marked by dry eyes, fatigue, pain in the neck and shoulders, and blurry vision. It's caused by extended viewing of digital screens, like those on computers, televisions, and phones.
The main problem, says one ophthalmology professor not affiliated with...
Read more: Almost Three Quarters of Adults Report Digital Eye Strain
Christmas is one of the most joyful times of the year... thoughts of cookies, decorations, family gatherings, and toys abound. Birthday parties for kids add to the list of wonderful memories as well. But there are a few toys that may not make memories so fun because of their potential for ocular harm. The American Optometric Association lists dangerous toys each year to warn buyers of the...
Read more: Worst Toys for Kids: Eye Safety
Maui Jim - Like You Have Never Seen
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Contact lenses are a popular solution for people who need vision correction. However, you need an extensive eye examination to determine what type of contacts will work best for you. Once you receive your contacts it is important to follow proper steps to ensure that your contacts are clear, clean, moist and undamaged.
It is important to develop a routine when preparing and inserting your...
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Cataract Surgery is the third most performed surgery in the United States, with over 1.5 million surgeries per year. This surgery also has a very high success rate, with 9 out of 10 people regaining vision between 20/20 and 20/40.
The surgery begins with the doctor making a small incision into the cornea. Next, the surgeon may remove the lens as one piece or use an ultrasound, laser or...
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Our world has been inundated with mobile devices – smartphones, tablets, laptops and portable gaming systems are used daily. The proliferation of these electronic devices has been interwoven into the fabric of our society, transforming our culture into an always connected global community.
Smartphones, computer screens, tablets and most other...
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How to Insert Remove and Care For Duette Lenses
Read more: How to Insert Remove and Care For Duette Lenses
Alcon Scientist discusses DAILIES TOTAL1
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