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For contact lens wearers, dry eye syndrome can be exacerbated due to the reduced oxygen flow to the cornea caused by the lenses. The presence of the lenses can also disrupt the natural tear film on the surface of the eyes, leading to increased dryness and discomfort.
Ortho-K, short for Orthokeratology, is a non-surgical procedure involving specially designed rigid gas permeable contact lenses to reshape the curvature of your cornea to improve vision.
A child’s first pediatric eye exam can often be a source of anxiety for both parents and children. Understanding the process and what to expect can significantly reduce any anxiety or apprehension.
Dry eye condition affects the tear film, leaving the eye surface without adequate moisture. It occurs when the tears evaporate too quickly or when they are not enough.
Are you interested in wearing contacts because you’re tired of squinting to see? Have you worn glasses for years but now you’re ready to switch things up?
Not only does hyperopia, otherwise known as farsightedness, affect millions of people, but it’s also one of the most common eye problems. If you have this, you struggle to see things up close.
As a loving parent, you want to keep your child healthy. That includes providing balanced meals, keeping them active, and taking them to the doctor for appointments. However, it also means having their eyes checked. That’s especially important during their developmental years.
Myopia (nearsightedness) is a prevalent vision condition that is often diagnosed before the age of 20. It typically affects your distance vision. You can see near objects clearly but have difficulties seeing faraway objects.