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Recognizing the early signs of cataracts is crucial for slowing their progression. Initial symptoms may be subtle and may not noticeably affect vision.
Age-related vision changes are a natural part of the aging process. As we get older, our eyes gradually lose their ability to focus on objects close up, a condition known as presbyopia.
Have you considered the benefits of confiding your unique needs and eye health history to a family eye doctor? Explore the numerous advantages of regular eye care with a family optometrist.
Myopia, also known as nearsightedness, is a common eye condition where objects in the distance appear blurry while those up close can be seen clearly. This condition occurs when the eye grows too long or the cornea (the clear front cover of the eye) is too curved. As a result, the light entering the eye is not focused correctly, causing distant objects to look blurry.
Specialty contact lenses are uniquely designed contacts for correcting vision problems that traditional eyeglasses or contact lenses cannot address. The lenses are custom-made to fit the unique needs of your eyes. They provide improved vision and comfort.
Keeping your eyeglass prescription up to date is an important part of maintaining good vision health. Without regularly updating your prescription, you may find yourself struggling to see clearly or suffering from headaches and eye strain.