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Your Eye Health Articles

Procedures
When Should Your Child Have Their First Eye Exam?

Clear vision supports safety, productivity, and peace of mind in people of all ages. That’s why taking your child for full eye exams with a qualified specialist is just as important as scheduling them for yourself. But when should children start going for their first official eye exams? Let’s take…

Published: 2020-09-21Read Article
What to Expect After LASIK Surgery

Many patients choose LASIK to get away from glasses or contacts. LASIK might not be for everyone, but if you’re reading this, you might be a good candidate for the procedure. If you’ve got the green light for LASIK surgery and are wondering about getting back to normal vision, you…

Published: 2020-09-14Read Article
What Type of Contact Lens is Right for You?

Contact lenses are trendy these days, and hardly noticeable to anyone, including the wearer. Corrective lenses are a must for people experiencing the vision problems you might uncover with the help of your optometrist. So it’s best to find out what factors impact the decision to wear contacts, and what…

Published: 2020-08-06Read Article
The Pros & Cons of Transitions Lenses

You might have considered transitions lenses as a solution to your need for corrective eyewear, UV protection, and discomfort from brightness in direct sunlight or nighttime driving. Transitions lenses are known for their gradual tinting, and adaptation to changing light conditions.  But it can be a severe challenge to optometrists…

Published: 2020-07-06Read Article
Are Learning Disabilities & Vision Problems Related?

A child growing up with learning disabilities has singular challenges in the classroom. The classroom’s learning structure sets us all up for the jobs each will hold in the future, but it doesn’t move at the speed of the slowest learning student. It sticks to the pace of the majority.…

Published: 2020-06-05Read Article
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