Treatment Options for Age-Related Macular Degeneration
Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD) is a leading cause of vision loss among people over 50. It affects the macula, a spot near the retina which.VIEW
Frequently Asked Questions About Contact Lenses
Contact lenses are widely used for their convenience and comfort. They allow you to see clearly without the hassle of wearing eyeglasses..VIEW
OrthoKeratology 101 Part 2: Who Are Good Candidates?
As we discussed in Part 1, orthokeratology is vision correction option that involves wearing special corneal molds while you sleep. Upon waking up, you can.VIEW
OrthoKeratology 101 Part 1: How Does It Work?
Eyeglasses and contact lenses are the usually recommended forms of vision correction eyewear. That said, there is another option that you may want to try..VIEW
3 Most Common Age-Related Eye Conditions
As you age, your vision tends to deteriorate, but you can do something about it. A comprehensive eye exam, for instance, can help determine age-related.VIEW
Everything You Need to Know About Hyperopia
What is hyperopia? This eye condition, also known as farsightedness, is a refractive error that affects at least 14.2 million of the adult population nationwide..VIEW