Do you have a vision problem that you're worried about correcting? Learn how your eye doctor can help make your life easier.

3 Signs Your Glass Need Repairs

25 June 2021
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Whether you primarily wear glasses or use them when you need a break from your contacts, it's important that they fit properly. Like any optical products, glasses occasionally require repairs and maintenance to function their best. Here are a few signs your glasses are overdue for repairs.  1. The Lens of Your Glasses Have Scuffs or Scratches Scuffs or scratches on your glasses lenses will interfere with your ability to have clear, unobscured vision.
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Three Questions To Ask Your Eye Doctor

12 May 2020
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Regular eye exams can help you catch potential vision problems early. They can ensure that any vision changes are tracked and properly managed. Your eye doctor will do this by giving you a series of tests which will test your peripheral vision, eyesight, pupil response, and more. Eye exams are more participatory than many medical exams, since you will have to communicate with your doctor throughout. Here are three questions you can ask your eye doctor during to make your eye exam even more productive:
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What To Do If Your Glasses’ Screws Keep Falling Out

24 January 2020
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The screws in the temples of your glasses are not meant to fall out, but it can happen. Most of the time when this happens it's just a matter of putting them back in and tightening them, but if it's continuously happening, that likely means that there's a bigger problem with the frames of your glasses. Here's what you should do about it. The Problem With Self-Repair The first thing you might be inclined to do is to grab a screwdriver and to try to put the screw back in yet again.
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What Are the Symptoms and Causes of Dry Eyes?

5 November 2018
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Your eyes are one of the most delicate and sensitive organs in your body, so even when something very small is wrong, you can experience a great deal of pain or irritation. A common problem that some people experience is dry eyes. Normally, your eyes stay moist with a combination of fluids and tears that make blinking easy and the surface of your eye more flexible. The moist coating on your eyes also protects the eye from irritants that are present in the air around you.
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Three Reasons To Visit The Ophthalmologist Regularly

23 November 2016
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The average adult ensures they make their bi-annual dental appointments and their yearly checkup with their family physician. What about eye health? Unfortunately, for some, if they aren't experiencing any vision related issues, they assume they're just fine. Declined vision isn't the only reason to visit the ophthalmologist. Make sure you're protecting your eye health. Early Intervention Many of the diseases that affect the eyes are considered progressive. This means that the condition typically starts off slowly and gets worse over time.
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Optical Goods To Make Your Life Easier

When I realized that I needed bifocals, I wasn't sure if I wanted to bring a second pair of glasses along with me each time I went to work. I was really frustrated about the issue, so I decided to talk with my eye doctor about my options. He explained that there were special contacts available that would hide my condition, and it was really amazing to see how much they helped. I was able to solve my eye problems without my condition looking too obvious, and it was a really big relief. This blog is all about making your vision problems melt away by using the right optical goods.