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Glasses, Contacts And Lasik Eye Surgery; Oh My!

If you have vision problems then you'll want to have your vision corrected in a way that you feel the most comfortable with. This means taking some time to think about the pros and cons of each and going with the one that meets your budget and comfort level. When you are trying to decide whether or not you should go with glasses and contacts or Lasik eye surgery, keep the following information in mind: Read More 

When Is the Right Time for a Child to Get Contacts?

If your child currently has glasses and asks you if he or she can get contacts, you may wonder if the child is ready for this. Eye contacts are very different from glasses, and they are not right for everyone, no matter what age. Before you make this decision, you might want to look into the following factors to help you know if contacts would be a good option for your child. Read More 

3 Vision Aids for People with Low Vision

Low vision means that your best-corrected visual acuity is 20/70 or poorer. The term "best-corrected" refers to your vision when you're wearing your glasses or contact lenses. When you have low vision, doing everyday tasks can be difficult. Fortunately, there are a number of vision aids that you can use to make the most of the vision you have. Here are three vision aids for people with low vision. Magnifiers Read More 

Summer Eye Care Tips For Healthy Eyes

Good vision and regular eye exams are important all year long, but it's especially important during the summer. Warm weather usually means more time spent outdoors in the sunshine, so you'll need to protect your eyes more than usual. Here are some top summer eye care tips to help keep your eyes healthy all summer long, and beyond. Wear sunglasses with adequate UV protection If your sunglasses don't block 99-100% of the sun's UV rays, they aren't providing adequate protection. Read More