Nearly one in ten people is estimated to have diabetes, a disease that can have a huge impact on your eye health.
Have you ever wondered why your eyes see colors the way they see them? Have you ever asked yourself, “Does my friend see orange the same way I see orange?” The way our eyes perceive color is an interesting phenomenon.
As you age, we want to help you see your best. This is the fourth post in our four-part series on age-specific eye health concerns.
Imagine you’re sitting down to enjoy a book with a hot cup of cocoa. As you take a sip, the cocoa fogs up your lenses.
The right frames can be just plain cool. What’s “right”? Depends on the direction you want to take it!
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.