3 Tips For Picking The Right Frames For Your Prescription Eyeglasses

Are your current eyeglasses not looking as good as they used to? If it's time to head to the local eye doctor to update your prescription, you're likely going to have multiple options available for your new frames. While the massive wall of frames at most eye doctor offices can feel overwhelming, it's relatively easy to narrow down your options using a few simple tips. Here are three tips to keep in mind when picking out new frames for your prescription eyeglasses. Read More 

Common Eye Issues

When you go in for an exam, you may find that there is something going on with your eyes that you should have treated. By educating yourself on some of the more common eye issues and what can be done to help correct them, you may feel better prepared to go in for your exam. Here are some things you should know about some of the more common eye problems and the treatments for them: Read More 

What’s The Most Affordable Form Of Vision Correction?

If you need prescription vision correction to improve your sight, you already know that the expense can build up over time. Finding a way to save money without compromising your vision can be difficult. If you're interested in spending as little money as possible while still being able to see clearly, check out this guide on which method of vision correction will cost you the least over time: Glasses Although glasses are the traditional standard for correcting vision, that doesn't mean that they're inexpensive. Read More 

Common Visual Impairments In Children With Cerebral Palsy

If your baby has been diagnosed with cerebral palsy, there is a good chance your child will have some sort of visual impairment. In fact, 75% of children that have a diagnosis of cerebral palsy will also have impaired vision. For this reason, it's important that your baby sees an optometrist and has a thorough eye exam. As your baby grows, the optometrist will recommend how often your child should have an eye exam. Read More 

Three Misconceptions About Laser Vision Correction Surgery

Laser vision correction surgery has been around for decades. During that time, the technology has improved greatly, reducing the chances of side effects and making faster recovery possible. Laser correction surgery can work wonders for people who are tired of wearing glasses or contacts, but sadly, some people still avoid the surgery because they've heard some misconceptions about it. Here's a look at those misconceptions and the truth that they've been masking. Read More