Presbyopia: Managing the Inevitable

Presbyopia: Managing the Inevitable

Often, around age 40, folks start to have a difficult time reading. Seeing things that are up close is an age related function of your vision which becomes weaker as you become older. Why? As time passes, your eye’s lens becomes more rigid, which makes it...
Night Vision

Night Vision

You wake suddenly, in the middle of the night, or maybe you’re trying to find the light switch or door in the dark. These sorts of things happen to us all the time. You notice that it’s almost impossible to see for a couple of moments and then the room...
Focusing on Lazy Eyes

Focusing on Lazy Eyes

Lazy eyes are extremely common, and are also not difficult to rectify. Amblyopia forms when the brain switches off or suppresses sight in one eye. Vision might be suppressed if a child isn’t able to see well through one eye due to nearsightedness, farsightedness...
How much do you know about your eyes?

How much do you know about your eyes?

How can you make your next eye exam even more productive? There are a few things you should inform us of so that we can make sure you are analyzed completely and thoroughly. Because vision can be affected by seemingly unrelated changes in your body, it’s...
Bettering the Bifocal: Multifocal Lenses

Bettering the Bifocal: Multifocal Lenses

Presbyopia, or far-sightedness, is a common condition that often begins to affect those who are 40 or older. It’s comforting to know that having presbyopia when you already need glasses for near sightedness doesn’t mean you need to start switching between...
What All Smartphone Users Should Know

What All Smartphone Users Should Know

Have you ever thought about the effect your smartphone might be having on your vision? Tablets and smartphones are so handy when we’re on the go. However many people tend to hold their phones and tablets right in front of their eyes. This gives way to a number...