Sports And Eye Injuries: What You Need To Know

While there are plenty of winter sports, the ideal time of year for people to participate in sports is spring and summer. Gardeners start planting, and athletes start playing. Participating in an active lifestyle is good, as it keeps the body healthy; however, it is important that the face and eyes are properly protected when playing sports, especially if they carry a risk of eye injury. Read on to learn more about the risk of eye injuries, the sports that carry the most risk, and what prevention measures can be taken to protect children. [Read More]

Things To Consider When Buying Eyeglasses

If you have recently discovered that you need glasses, it's time to start looking for a pair of frames to wear. Choosing frames for the first time can be difficult because you don't know what types of things to look for or consider. Before you go out and grab the first pair of frames you can find, here are some of the things that you should look for. Your Skin Tone [Read More]

Frustrated By Your Need For Reading Glasses? How Monovision Laser Eye Surgery Can Help

As people age, it's common for them to lose their ability to focus on objects that are close to them. The lens of the eye slightly hardens, making it more difficult for it to adjust its focus. This can make it harder to read print, especially in dim light. If your distance vision is fine, but you require reading glasses to read text in print or on a computer screen, you're a good candidate for monovision laser eye surgery. [Read More]

What You Need To Know About Cataract Surgery & Avoiding Valsalva Maneuver

According to the National Eye Institute, more than half of Americans at age 80 live with cataracts or have had cataracts surgically removed. Clearly, cataract surgery is a very common surgery to have. The choice to have surgery is often left to the patient and, sometimes, they consider waiting simply because they are concerned about the surgery itself and the recovery period afterward. However, it's important to consider that having clear vision can help decrease the odds of falls and fractures as well as the odds of having a car accident, so while going into surgery can be intimidating, it's a good idea to have it done anyhow. [Read More]