Are You Straining To Read Comfortably? What To Do

As you age, it can be more difficult to see, and if you are noticing that you have to squint when you read, or that you are pulling items closer or farther away, it may be time to get a pair of glasses. If the problem is minor, and you don't want to rush to the eye doctor to pay for an appointment and prescription glasses, there are still other options that you can try. [Read More]

Glaucoma Surgery Can Help Save Your Sight

Glaucoma is an eye disease that is caused by too much pressure in your eye. The fluid in your eye builds up, damages it, and will eventually take your sight. There are various treatments that you can use to slow the glaucoma down and keep your sight, including surgery.  Glaucoma Surgery Most glaucoma surgery is done by lasers these days. The lasers allow your eye doctor to be more precise while they are treating your eye and using lasers can make your recovery time shorter, since there is far less trauma to the eye than other types of surgery can cause. [Read More]

Common Contact Lens Mishaps And How To Remedy Them

If you recently went to an eye doctor to find out whether you are a candidate for wearing contact lenses, you are most likely excited in ditching your spectacles for these handy vision correcting apparatuses. When you wear contact lenses, there are a few incidents that are possible to occur which would make you slightly uncomfortable or that could alter your vision. Here are some of these mishaps so you are aware of the signs indicating you need to make an adjustment to remedy the situation. [Read More]

Why Does Your Vision Seem Worse At Night?

Does your vision seem rather clear during the day, but blurrier at night? Maybe you've just noticed a little annoying blurriness, or perhaps it's so bad that you're not comfortable driving at night. Here's a look at some of the most likely explanations for your symptoms. Tired Eyes Do you spend most of the day staring at a screen or completing intricate tasks that you really need to focus on? It's possible that your eyes are just getting tired by the end of the day. [Read More]