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Are Online Glasses Any Good? |October 27

We are living in the internet age. You can order almost anything online and glasses are no exception. And over the past decade, online…

Simple Ways To Read Better Without Glasses |October 26

Sometimes there is a range of solutions to a problem. And this applies to correcting presbyopia or the loss of reading vision that happens…

My Own Lasik Story |October 16

Any surgeon that does a procedure needs to have full confidence in that procedure. This is especially true for elective and optional…

How To Prevent Eye Damage From Phones |October 13

Let’s face it. It’s almost impossible to go through a day without looking at any sort of screen! And that isn’t going to change anytime soon…

The Reasons Behind Eyes Rejecting Contacts |October 11

Almost everyone who has worn contacts has had bad uncomfortable days with their contact lenses. They often develop a red eye and frequently…

Do Cataracts Come Back After Cataract Surgery? |October 07

Cataracts are curable! And once a cataract or the natural lens is removed, it is impossible for a cataract to return. Despite this, however…

How Visual Neuroadaptation Allows Adjusting To Cataract Surgery Side Effects |October 06

Getting cataract surgery is quite exciting. It’s quite remarkable how much vision can be improved over cataracts. But after the procedure…

Timing Lasik And Pregnancy Appropriately |October 05

What do you do if you want to get out of glasses and contact lenses but also want to start a family? Are those two goals compatible? Yes…

Best Practices For Prevention Of Eye Injury |October 04

A wise person once said that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure - Ben Franklin, 1736. And not much has changed centuries later…

Myth or Fact? Medical Marijuana And Glaucoma Benefits |October 03

Each year more and more potential benefits are discovered for marijuana or its derivatives. Increasingly, the medicinal use of marijuana is…

Can You Stop Your Eyesight Getting Worse |October 02

When we grow up from children into adults, many things change. We get taller. We need larger shoes. Some of us have worsening eyesight and…

Halos And Starbursts Around Lights And Vision Correction |September 29

Optics is often explained very simply (otherwise it would be even more difficult to understand). Light passes through a lens which focuses…

What Is Macular Degeneration? |September 20

Macular degeneration is a common disease that unfortunately can cause a severe decline in vision. Most people have at the bare minimum…

Alternative Or Lasik For Thin Cornea |September 17

Prior to getting lasik done, everyone has to go through the same ritual. This involves going to see the refractive surgeon and getting all…

The Two Main Causes of Dry Eye |August 25

Dry eye is a very common condition. Millions of people worldwide have dry eye. In fact, just by reading this article, you can be causing…

How To Find The Best Omega 3 For Dry Eye |August 25

There are quite a few ways to treat dry eye. Many people actually get the most benefit from a few simple treatments. Fish oil, specifically…

Treating Keratoconus with Corneal Cross Linking |August 24

If the cornea weakens over time, it can change shape. This is what happens with keratoconus. This change of shape not only can change the…

How To Tell Are Eye Floaters Normal Or Harmful |August 21

Ah, eye floaters - the scourge of eyeballs worldwide. Distracting, consuming. It’s almost as if these floaters are designed to torment and…

Learn The Best Glasses For Reading And Computer |August 18

There are many solutions to restore up close reading vision when you get older. Reading glasses are the most basic option to correct loss…

The Primer On Correcting Vision With ICL Surgery |August 17

I’ve been told that my prescription is too high to be treated with lasik. What do I do? Fear not! A wonderful solution exists! That solution…

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