Posted: Sep 9, 2016 in News

Top 4 Reasons to Visit an Optometrist

An optometrist is an independent, primary health care provider who diagnoses and treats eye illnesses and connected structures, along with diagnosing related systemic conditions. The primary reasons why people visit an optometrist can be: FARSIGHTEDNESS AND NEARSIGHTEDNESS: Myopia, also known a...


Posted: Aug 29, 2016 in News

Watery Eyes – Symptoms and What You Can Do About It

Some people have dry eyes, which means their eyes don’t produce enough tears. On the other hand, some people have watery eyes, i.e. their eyes produce more tears than are required. Excessive moisture in the eye can hamper vision and cause discomfort, which is why this condition should not be taken...


Posted: Aug 23, 2016 in News

Factors that Result in Contact Lens Discomfort

Anyone who wears contact lenses knows that they can sometimes be uncomfortable and cause great distress. Yet, few people understand the reasons for the discomfort. On the surface, the situation is simple: you are wearing lenses because your eyesight is weak. However, there is more to wearing contact...


Posted: Aug 15, 2016 in News

Common Eye Problems to Watch Out For

Although eye problems become a common occurrence as we age, the following eyesight related issues could affect anyone at any age. Our eyes are one of the most delicate organs in the body, along with being the most precious of our senses. Since they are so delicate and exposed to environmental woes, ...


Posted: Aug 2, 2016 in News

A Few Common Optometry Myths Debunked

From a young age, you might have heard about all sorts of things that damage or strengthen our eyes. The truth, however, may be a little different. Here are some of the myths: Reading in dim light harms your vision" Reading without proper lighting can cause your eyes to work a little harder th...


Posted: Jul 25, 2016 in News

How Parents Can Take Extra Care Of Their Children’s Eyesight

Parents always want the best for their kids. They want their kids to be healthy, happy and successful. A critical part of a child's development is healthy eyes and vision. In order to safeguard the long- term sight of their children, parents need to ensure routine eye checks and vision care part o...


Posted: Jul 18, 2016 in News

Exercises Advised by Optometrists to Improve Vision

The number of people wearing contact lenses and glasses has increased drastically over the last two decades. This can be attributed to increased TV watching and computer usage. Defective eyesight is acquired and few people are born with visual abnormalities. However, there is good news: your vision ...


Posted: Jul 11, 2016 in News

Tips to Keep Your Vision Perfect

People often take the eyes for granted. Like any other organ, the eyes need proper care over the course of your life to ensure you can maintain your vision and keep it perfect. This will also help you avoid having to wear eyeglasses. Thankfully, there are some simple tips you can follow to keep your...


Posted: Jul 4, 2016 in News

Choosing An Eye Doctor – What You Ought To Know

In all health care decisions, it is always important to choose the right physician. The same thing can also be said about the health of your eyes, it is important that when making a choice of an eye doctor that you choose the best in the field of eye care. The gift of sight is one of life's most pr...