Back to School: It’s Time to Schedule Eye Exams
When it’s back to school time, there’s a lot to be done to get the kids ready for the school year. From purchasing school supplies to getting new clothes, everything needs to be done before the bell rings on the first day back! But have you ...
Diabetes and Vision: 4 Ways Blood Sugar Affects the Eyes
A diabetes diagnosis not only affects your dietary choices and medications, but blood sugar instability can have a domino effect on many aspects of your health. As the occurrence of diabetes is growing in the United States, so is the risk of ...
How to Choose Frames to Match Facial Features
Wearing glasses not only helps to improve your vision, but the right pair of frames can also be used as a fashion statement. If you wear glasses, it is essential that you consider the way the frames look on your face. There’s no question this ...
Spring Allergy Tips: Protecting Eyes When the Seasons Change
Do you notice that your eyes start getting itchy and watery when the seasons start to change? These symptoms could be an indication that you are suffering from seasonal allergies. Spring is a common time for the symptoms to arise because the ...
Age-Related Vision Loss: How to Protect Eyesight
As you get older, it is inevitable that you will eventually need to talk to an optometrist about vision correction lenses. Even if you’ve had great eyesight throughout your life, eventually age-related vision loss can set in. Luckily, technology ...
2 Types of Glaucoma: Early Diagnosis is Key
A small problem with your eyes can lead to serious complications and even vision impairment in the future. So, it is important to maintain regular eye exams so that your optometrist can assist with early diagnosis when applicable. One common ...
Love Your Eyes: 4 Healthy Habits to Protect Vision
With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, many people are talking about relationships and love. While it is important to do something thoughtful for your significant other, this month is also a great opportunity to consider how you can ...
New Year’s Resolutions to Improve Eye Health
What resolutions have you chosen for 2019? January is the most common time of year to set new goals. This time of year offers an opportunity for a fresh start and a change in habits. Often, the focus for resolutions turns to health goals, such ...
Give the Gift of Good Vision This Holiday Season
Are you having a hard time finding the perfect gift for a loved one this year? Christmas is a fun holiday spent with friends and family, and gift giving is the perfect way to show that you care. But it can sometimes feel overwhelming to pick out ...
Are Eye “Floaters” a Cause for Concern?
Are you worried about a cloud or dot that is showing up in your field of vision? Almost everyone will experience “eye floaters” at some point in their life. In fact, many people have these floaters off and on. The floaters can be frequent or ...