Vision Tips For Your Child

Your child's vision is very important. If your child begins to start losing their sight at a young age, they could have a lot of vision problems by the time they are middle aged. Some vision problems could be prevented, while others may be inherited and cannot be prevented. To help prevent vision issues in your child, read on for information that you can use. Give Your Child Sunglasses Make sure your child wears sunglasses when outside to prevent squinting in the sunlight. Read More 

Tips For Wearing Glasses In Summer

If you are new to wearing glasses, one issue you may experience is dealing with them during the summer months. When the weather gets warm, wearing glasses can become frustrating, especially when you are not used to them. Fortunately, there are some things you can do to help ease that frustration. Here are some tips: Request Polarized Lenses The glare during hot, sunny weather can be annoying when you are outside. Read More 

How To Care For Your Eyes After Lasik Surgery

It's not uncommon for your vision to deteriorate as you get older. Traditionally, contact lenses or eyeglasses were the only way to correct this deficiency. Unfortunately, it can be a hassle to keep contacts clean, and glasses can get in the way during sports. Luckily, Lasik surgery is now a viable alternative. During this procedure, your doctor will use a laser to carefully reshape the surface of your eye, restoring your vision to 20/20 or better. Read More 

Tips For Eye Safety Around Fireworks

An accidental eye injury is a real risk in any occasion where fireworks are involved. You can suffer serious injuries if the fireworks malfunction and explode prematurely or don't follow the intended path. That is why you should take the following precautions to ensure your eye safety while dealing with fireworks. Follow All Safety Instructions As much fun as fireworks are, they are inherently dangerous, and even their manufacturers know this. Read More 

Are Your Old Glasses Giving You A Headache?

Many people get corrective lenses over the course of their lives and learn year after year that their prescription has stayed the same. At some point, you may have stopped going in to have vision exams, or maybe you just stopped buying new glasses. In any case, if you're experiencing headaches, it might be due to your glasses. Here's why this is such a problem and what you can do about it. Read More