Glaucoma is the second most common cause of blindness. January is glaucoma awareness month! Help us preserve people’s vision by spreading the prevention message this month!
Our practice goal is to help our patients see their very best, at any age. Today, we’re continuing our series on age-specific eye health concerns. Middle age is often when people start to notice a difference in their vision.
It’s actually quite amazing how easily our eyes and brain can be tricked! We see things that aren’t there, see completely stable things move, and are confused by how big something is (or isn’t)! And by the way… The image above is NOT animated.
Eyeglasses don’t age quite as well as wine and cheese. Wear-and-tear is guaranteed to take a toll on your frames. Vintage may be “in” right now, but know the signs that indicate it’s probably time to consider new frames.
Healthy sight is a must—regardless of our age. Early adulthood is a time when our attention is often focused on things other than eye health! As your lifelong vision care partner, we want to be sure you’re aware of things you can do to protect your sight.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas! The holiday season is an exciting time of year for all ages. But it’s also a common time for eye injuries.
Glasses will give your child a whole new view on the world, but they can also be a lot of responsibility! Here are some ideas to help your child LOVE wearing glasses.
Because an estimated 80% of school learning is accomplished through eyesight, having healthy vision is particularly important for children. Sadly, one out of every four school-aged children has undiagnosed vision problems—and they may not even know it.