Presbyopia, Bifocals, and Progressives

Presbyopia is farsightedness caused by the increasing rigidity of the lens in the eye as we age. It affects nearly everyone older than 65, and for the 42 percent of Americans who are already nearsighted, this creates a complication. People who previously had 20/20 vision can just grab a pair of reading glasses to combat […]

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Top Causes of Eye Problems

          Most people have eye problems at one time or another. Some are minor and will go away on their own, or are easy to treat at home. Others need a specialist’s care.           Whether your vision isn’t what it used to be, or never was that great, there are […]

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Discovering Common Dry Eye Symptoms

          Dry eye symptoms are often a result of insufficient tear production, or tear films that evaporate too quickly. This condition, which can be chronic, can affect anyone but is prevalent among women and the elderly.           Dry eye causes and risk factors can vary, too. Some […]

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March is Save Your Vision Month

          March is Save Your Vision Month. While you may think that having good vision means that your eyes are healthy, that may not always be the case. Getting your eyes checked regularly by an eye doctor can ensure that you not only have great vision, but that your eyes are […]

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