What You Need To Know About Dry Eye

Many people experience dry eye. Dry eye can be very irritating and painful, which is why it is important to know what to look for in dry eye and what you can do to protect yourself. Here are some things that you need to know about dry eye. What Does Dry Eye Feel Like? When you think of dry eye, you might believe that the symptoms would only be having eyes that feel dry.   Read More...

Contact Lens Tips For Dry Eye Sufferers

One of the most common complaints from contact lens wearers is dealing with dry, itchy, and even red eyes. While some people already have a preexisting dry eye issue, wearing contact lenses can make the symptoms much worse. Even if you haven't been diagnosed with a chronic dry eye condition, contacts can make your eyes feel irritated, or you might even feel a slight burning sensation whenever you wear them. Here are a few things you can do to help reduce the symptoms of dry eyes so you can enjoy clear vision without eyeglasses.   Read More...

3 Beach Essentials For Glasses-Wearers

Worrying about your eyeglasses is probably the last thing that you want to worry about when you're out and about this summer. However, if you are planning on hitting the beach now that the temperatures are warming up, there are a few things that you'll want to bring along. If you're a glasses-wearer, consider bringing along these three things so that you can make the most out of your beach trip, without having to worry too much about your eyeglasses.   Read More...

Dry Eye: A Treatable Problem

Among the spectrum of eye problems, having dry eye may not seem like a big issue. However, if you experience this condition, you know that it is uncomfortable at best and at its worst is a dangerous vision problem. In addition, it can be a symptom of a serious disease. If you have dry eye, you can't afford to ignore it. Symptoms The symptoms of dry eye include redness, blurring, pain, and light sensitivity.   Read More...

Helping Your Child Get Used To New Glasses

If you have a school aged child who had recently failed their school eye exam, you will want to do a follow-up with an ophthalmologist to see if they are in need of corrective lenses. If your child is indeed a candidate for visionary help, they will most likely be recommended to get a pair of glasses to correct the troubles they are having. The first few days wearing glasses can be a bit troublesome to your child as the frames will feel foreign on their face and their vision will be noticeably different.   Read More...