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Getting My Eyesight Fixed Once and For All

A few years ago, I realized that there were some big problems with my eyesight. It seemed to be getting worse day after day, and I was convinced that something was terribly wrong. After thinking about it and talking to my family practitioner, I was referred to an optician who really understood what I was up against. Apparently I had been living with an astigmatism in one eye and a serious infection in the other, but the doctor was able to fix my vision. This blog is all about repairing your eyesight without worrying along the way. Check it out for great information!


3 Signs Your Child/Teen Is Ready For Contact Lenses

24 May 2017
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You may already place emphasis on your child's basic health and wellness, but you should also make the underlying health of their eyes and vision a priority. Considering an estimated 25 percent of school-aged children have a form of vision impairment that affects  their ability to learn, ensuring they receive proper eye care is imperative. Prescription eyeglasses may be the most popular option for helping your child see in a more clear, concise way, but wearing contact lenses can also be beneficial. Read More …

The Future In Focus | 2 Amazing New Contact Lens Technologies That Will Make Your Jaw Drop

26 April 2017
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When they were invented in the 1800s, contact lenses changed the way people see the world (literally). The ability to correct vision without the limitations of glasses was game-changing at the time. Now, a new technologically-driven revolution is in the works for contact lenses. Here are two jaw-dropping contact lens technologies being developed right now. 1. Augmented-Reality Contact Lenses In the future, contact lenses will do much more than just correct your vision; they'll display a visual overlay of computer-generated imagery in real-time that is indistinguishable from reality. Read More …

Presbyopia 101

19 April 2017
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If you are over the age of 40, you have likely noticed that it is becoming increasing difficult for you to read the small print on medicine bottles or see the newspaper without moving it to arm's length. This can be quite disconcerting, especially for someone who has never had any vision issues. Thankfully, it is most likely just a normal age-related condition known as presbyopia. Here is what you need to know. Read More …