Keep An Eye Out For These Signs That Suggest Changes In Your Eyesight

Posted on: 6 May 2016
When you wear glasses, an annual visit to your optometrist will reveal whether there's been enough of a change in your eyesight to warrant a new glasses prescription. However, there are times at which your eyesight will change dramatically in the months between your scheduled optometrist appointments, meaning that it's a good idea to schedule an additional appointment to confirm what you might suspect — that it's time for new glasses.
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4 Signs That Your Child May Need Glasses

Posted on: 11 February 2016
Many children have vision problems, but since no one else can see exactly what your child is seeing, vision issues may not be detected right away. Living with vision problems can be difficult for a child, so it is important to know the signs and symptoms that he or she can't see well so you can take him or her to an optometrist for a vision screening and to get glasses if needed.
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Lifestyle Changes That May Stop The Effects Of Macular Degeneration

Posted on: 3 September 2015
Certain things you do in life can make your symptoms of macular degeneration worse, which will cause you to lose your eyesight faster. Learning what these are and finding ways to avoid them can be beneficial for your eyesight. Your optometrist can help you understand what these are and may give you a list of things to change. Here are four important changes you might see on the list your eye doctor gives you:
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Dealing With Corneal Ulcers

Posted on: 20 May 2015
Corneal ulcers are small holes in the cornea, the clear covering over the iris that also holds in the eye's fluid. Ulcers are potentially serious and, as soon as they are discovered, must be treated. There are several reasons why a corneal ulcer can form and their treatment is based on their cause. What are the symptoms of corneal ulcers? Corneal ulcers can present themselves as blurry vision in certain parts of the visual field.
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