Regular visits to your eye clinic are one of the best things you can do to keep your eyes in good health. Not only can your eye care specialist check your eyes or recommend vision therapy or other treatments, but you also get the opportunity to ask anything you want to know more about your eyesight.
When it comes to vision correction devices, contact lenses remain a top choice for people diagnosed with refractive errors. Designed to improve vision, they are not only easy to wear. They move with the eye upon application to allow for a natural field of view, something that eyeglass frames don’t provide. These, however, must be used properly. Otherwise, they can cause discomfort and, worse, eye infections.
In today’s blog post, the eye care specialists of the Institute for Control of Eye Myopia in Children takes a look at the causes, symptoms and available treatments of infections resulting from the improper use of contact lenses.
Your typical prescription eyeglasses don’t provide sufficient protection from the harmful effects of the sun. However, just wearing sunglasses won’t give you sharp vision. Fortunately, there are glasses that can protect your eyes from ultraviolet rays while giving you clear eyesight.
LASIK (laser-assisted in-situ keratomileusis) is one of the most common eye surgeries for myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism treatment. This procedure involves corneal reshaping to allow the light that enters the eye to be focused properly onto the retina for improved vision.