There are a number of things in your daily life that may be harming your vision. There are things you do every single day that may be worsening your vision. To help with your vision and to prevent worsening your vision, there are things you should start paying closer attention to. If you do have worsening vision or other vision problems, be sure to get in for an eye appointment with your eye doctor. [Read More]
Three Ways To Make Contact Lenses More Comfortable On Dry Eyes
Contact lenses are a great way of seeing clearly for a large number of people, but they don't work perfectly for everyone. If you have dry eyes and are having difficulty seeing clearly with contacts, or notice that they become uncomfortable after a while, give these tips a shot and see if they make a difference for you. Use a Wet, Soft Contact First off, you should start off with a variety of soft contact lens that's intended for people with dry eyes like you. [Read More]
Optician, Optometrist, Ophthalmologist?
The Differences Between Eye Doctors When you have a problem with your eyes, you may know you need to see an eye doctor, but do you need an appointment with an optician, an optometrist, or an ophthalmologist? You would be forgiven for thinking that they are all the same. Many people don't know the difference between different types of eye doctors, and confusion is common when you try to sort out which specialist you need. [Read More]
The Five Tests Eye Doctors Typically Administer
Most people should be going to the eye doctor every one to two years for a checkup. The process is quite painless, and it ensures that if you do have any eye-related diseases or ailments, they are detected before they become too serious. But what actually happens when you visit your eye doctor? Well, they'll generally administer these five basic tests. 1. Vision Test This is a fancy version of looking at an eye chart. [Read More]