How Do Accommodating Intraocular Lenses Provide Vision Benefits After Cataract Surgery?

9 October 2019
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Cataracts are a very common result of the natural aging process. As people get older, the tissue in the lens of the eye begins to thicken and become more opaque. This affects the amount of light that passes through the lens, which results in the typical cataract symptoms of having difficulty seeing in low-light conditions, a decrease in the vibrancy of colors and seeing halos form around sources of intense light such as street lights. Read More 

Are You Overdue For An Eye Examination?

20 May 2019
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There are basic guidelines that you should follow when it comes to scheduling eye examinations, but when it comes down to it, it is important to realize that the needs of all individuals are different. Some individuals may not need to see an optometrist but every couple of years, while other individuals need to visit the eye doctor twice a year. Regardless of your individual situation, there are a few signs that will let you know when you are overdue for your exam. Read More 

Cataract Symptoms And What You Can Do To Reverse It

3 January 2019
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Cataracts is a disease that affects the lens of the eye. A cloud forms over the eye, making it more and more difficult to see. Cataracts can be hereditary, or be caused from other factors including diabetes, sun damage, trauma or smoking. If you aren't sure if you have cataracts, making an appointment with your optometrist is essential. Read on for symptoms of cataracts and what things you may be able to do to help reverse it. Read More 

3 Ways To Continue Enjoying Your Best Possible Vision While You Age

5 October 2018
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As an older adult, you might be experiencing a loss of vision that you hadn't experienced when you were younger. Even if this hasn't happened yet, you might have heard about it happening to other people, and you could be wondering how your own vision is going to be affected as you get older. Of course, some age-related vision problems can happen no matter how careful you might be to take care of yourself and your eyes. Read More 

How To Protect Your Eyes After A Routine Dilation

3 August 2018
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Having your eyes dilated at the eye doctor's office allows your eye doctor to look deeply into the structures of your eye. However, the medication that they use can potentially last for many hours after your examination. During this time, you need to take additional steps to keep your eyes safe from harm. Here's what you should expect and do after you've had your eyes dilated. Wear Full Protective Sunglasses Read More