No one should have to deal with dry eyes when wearing their contact lenses every day or even just once in a while.
Myopia is a common eye condition usually diagnosed during a comprehensive eye exam in childhood, and it tends to progressively worsen over time until stabilizing in early adulthood.
There are several treatments for dry eye disease. Perhaps the easiest way to treat dry eye disease is with eye drops.
If you work in the medical field, a standard pair of frames and lenses simply won’t be enough to protect your eyes effectively—especially against COVID-19.
Myopia, or nearsightedness, is the most common vision concern for children today.
Starting school is an exciting time for children, and for children first entering Kindergarten, it can also be an overwhelming time.
Posterior vitreous detachment (PVD) happens as a normal part of aging. PVD occurs when the vitreous gel shrinks and separates from the retina.
The space in the back part of the eye, behind the inner crystalline lens, is filled with a gelatin-like substance known as the vitreous, also called the vitreous humour.
As we age, there are changes that should be expected. While not everyone will develop an age-related condition such as ARMD (age-related macular degeneration), everyone will eventually develop cataracts.
Almost anyone who wear makeup knows the importance of the tools they use. Maintaining those tools keeps them functional, looking nice, and most importantly, clean.