Finding A Great Optician

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Finding A Great Optician

About a year ago, I realized that there were some problems with my vision. I couldn't seem to see that well at work, and I always felt like I was straining my vision when I watched television. I decided to get help, because it was starting to affect my job. I started looking for a great optician, and I was able to find an incredible place that really worked hard to make sure that people were comfortable. After I had my vision appointment and started wearing glasses, I could see a lot better and it felt great. This blog is all about finding an excellent optician--no matter where you live.


3 Major Advantages Of Glasses Over Contacts

Do you feel like your eyesight is less than it used to be? Has it been a while since your last eye exam? If you've never actually had to wear glasses or contacts before, you may be trying to decide which one to choose. While contact lenses can seem like the more attractive option for some people at first, glasses have a number of advantages over contact lenses. Some of these advantages may be ones that you already knew about while others might be ones that you hadn't considered, but a few of the top reasons for choosing glasses include: Read More 

Trouble Seeing The Fine Print? Why You Need To Choose Ready-To-Wear Reading Glasses

If you've been noticing that it's harder to read packaging labels or other fine print, it's probably time to start wearing reading glasses. This is particularly true if you're over the age of 40. That's the age when your eyes start having trouble with the fine print. Luckily, reading glasses are easy to obtain. You can actually purchase them ready-to-wear from a wide variety of stores. Here are four benefits you'll receive from purchasing ready-to-wear reading glasses. Read More 

Healthy Eye Tips And Advice

The more you learn about your eyes, the better position you will be in when it comes to taking proper care of them and avoiding some preventable issues. This article will serve as a helpful guide that will teach you a lot about eye care and things you should keep in mind. Putting water in your eyes isn't a good thing to do Some people feel they can use water to wet their contact lenses and this is absolutely wrong. Read More 

Why Your Doctor May Make You Hold Off On Cataract Surgery As A Diabetic

If you suffer from diabetes and have also developed a cataract in one or both eyes, you'll need to see an eye surgeon for an evaluation to determine whether or not you're a candidate for cataract surgery. If your surgeon tells you they cannot operate at this time, you may be left wondering why -- and what you should do next. Here's a closer look at why your surgeon may recommend against cataract surgery right now, along with some advice for getting your health in line so you're a better candidate for surgery in the future. Read More 

Understanding The Different Types Of Pinkeye

If you have developed pink, itchy eyes, then you have probably developed an eye condition known as conjunctivitis. The condition can be highly irritating, which is why many people run for over-the-counter (OTC) eye drops first. however, that doesn't usually help because conjunctivitis has different causes, including these four common ones: Bacteria Bacterial conjunctivitis accounts for about a third of infectious conjunctivitis in the country. The condition develops when bacteria attacks and inflames the transparent membrane that covers the surface of the eyes and the inner part of the eyelids. Read More