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Why The Winter Sun Still Requires Sunglasses

Just as UV rays can damage our skin, they can also have adverse effects on our eyesight. Prolonged exposure to UV rays can lead to a variety of eye conditions. It is crucial to remember that the damage caused by UV rays is cumulative.

Living with Keratoconus: Tips for Managing Daily Life

Keratoconus is a progressive eye disorder that results in the distortion of the cornea, the clear, outermost layer of the eye. This distortion is caused by a weakening of the corneal tissue that leads to a cone-like bulge.

How iLux Treatment is Changing the Dry Eye Game

iLux treatment for dry eye is a revolutionary approach that has changed how we view and treat this condition. Unlike traditional treatments that only offer temporary relief, iLux targets the root cause of dry eye - Meibomian Gland Dysfunction (MGD).

Signs and Symptoms of Vision Problems in Children: When to Schedule an Eye Exam

Children's vision problems can manifest in various ways, with a range of symptoms that may not always be obvious. Sometimes, these issues can be mistaken for learning or behavioral problems, so it's crucial to understand what to look out for.

The Impact of Digital Devices on Dry Eye: Tips for Reducing Eyestrain 

Imagining a life without smartphones and laptops is difficult. These devices help with work, communication, entertainment, and more.

Understanding the Link Between IPL and Dry Eye Relief

Dry eye syndrome develops due to poor-quality tears or insufficient tear production. Commonly attended by discomfort, redness, and irritation, it affects millions worldwide, significantly impacting their quality of life. 

Hyperopia and Contact Lenses: How to Choose the Right Type for Your Needs

Have you recently learned that you need some kind of corrective eyewear? Perhaps you’ve worn glasses for years but want to switch to contact lenses.

Color Contact Lenses: How to Change Your Eye Color Safely and Stylishly

Bausch & Lomb introduced the first commercial contact lenses in the early 1970s. Made of hydrogel, these soft contacts evolved into lenses to correct astigmatism and presbyopia.

The Role of Optometrists in Sports Vision Training

Sports vision is a growing field of research. It explores the connections between visual function and sports performance. Optometrists play an important role in sports vision training. They can help you improve your visual performance. This increases your chances of success by providing individualized assessments and treatments.

Everything You Need to Know About Glaucoma

Glaucoma is a term that describes a collection of eye disorders that impair the optic nerve. This nerve is the pathway between the brain and the eyes. Glaucoma can result in permanent vision loss or even blindness if left untreated.

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