Posted: Nov 29, 2019 in News

Causes and Treatments of Eye Styes

An eye stye is a small red bump that usually occurs along the borders of the eye lid, both lower and upper side. Eye styes can also be internal, which means it appears inside the eyelid. Eye styes can cause you a lot of unease and they can be extremely painful. What Causes Eye Styes Eye stye is an...


Posted: Nov 22, 2019 in News

How to Improve Retina Health

The retina is a crucial part of your eye, it has a major role in your sight. The light enters the eye and refracts to the retina, helping create images of your surrounding. The aging process and injuries can make your retina either weak or severely damaged. To maintain vision and protect your eyes, ...


Posted: Nov 15, 2019 in News

What Is Pupillary Distance?

Pupillary distance is the distance measured between your right and left pupil. Your measurements depend on what you see at what distance. This measurement is very important for people who have to wear eyeglasses. The measurement has to be accurate so that you see properly with your glasses and use t...


Posted: Nov 8, 2019 in News

Color Vision Deficiency

What Does Color Vision Deficiency Mean? Color vision deficiency is the loss of ability to recognize certain colors. Another term used for this is color blindness. It makes it difficult for you to differentiate the different types of colors. There are some cases in which you are completely color bli...


Posted: Nov 1, 2019 in News

Dry Eye Treatment

Dry eye can be a chronic or temporary condition. Severe dry eye symptoms are likely to hurt. If your eyes are feeling dry and looking red, don’t worry as relief is available. Depending on the cause and severity of dry eyes, it might not be completely curable. However, in a majority of cases, y...


Posted: Oct 24, 2019 in News

What is Eye Trauma?

Eye trauma, also known as ocular trauma, is one of the leading causes of visual loss and blindness in the US that frequently affects young people. People who play basketball and baseball are more prone to eye trauma. Damage to the eyes, surrounding bones or tissues from a direct hit is known as eye ...


Posted: Oct 18, 2019 in News

Dangers of Blue Light

When you stare at a computer, TV, or phone screen for several hours at a time, you’re exposed to blue light emitted from these devices. All light rays are not created equal. Blue light is the kind of light that is emitted from your laptop, TV, and smartphone. It carries numerous vision and health ...


Posted: Oct 11, 2019 in News

Importance of Regular Eye Exams

Getting regular eye exams is one of the best forms of preventive care for your vision and eyes. By going to your optometrist for a comprehensive eye exam, you can detect health problems early on. It is worth mentioning that several eye conditions – potentially blinding ones – do not have earl...


Posted: Oct 3, 2019 in News

Tips for UV Protection

When most people think about damage from the sun’s UV rays, they focus mostly on their skin. However, the sun poses a serious risk to our eyes as well as the delicate skin around the eyes. It is worth mentioning that extended exposure to UV rays has been associated with significant eye problems...


Posted: Sep 27, 2019 in News

Age-Related Macular Degeneration- Stages and Treatment Options

Age-related macular degeneration or AMD is the leading cause of loss of vision for people 50 and above. The macula is the small spot near the retina, which is important for sharp, focused, and central vision. It is the most sensitive part of the retina. The macula contains millions of light-sensing ...