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The Importance of Routine Contact Lens Check-Ups

While contact lenses are a convenient alternative to glasses, they are medical devices that require proper care and handling. Improper use can cause serious eye complications, making regular check-ups a necessity for all contact lens wearers.

Common Eye Emergencies and Spotting the Signs

Eye emergencies are any eye conditions that require immediate medical attention. They can range from minor irritations to serious conditions that can cause permanent vision loss if not treated promptly. In some cases, eye emergencies can be a sign of underlying health issues. Understanding eye emergencies is crucial for maintaining not only your eye health.

Understanding Keratoconus

Keratoconus is a progressive eye condition that affects the cornea. It is characterized by the thinning and bulging of the cornea into a cone-like shape. This abnormal shape prevents the light entering your eye from being focused correctly on the retina, causing a distortion of vision.

OptiLight IPL: A New Technology to Soothe Dry Eyes

Dry eye is a common condition that occurs when your tears aren't able to provide adequate lubrication for your eyes. It may happen if you don't produce enough tears or if the tears that you do produce aren't of the right quality.

The Role of Optometrists in Primary Eye Care

Optometrists are healthcare professionals who provide primary vision care. They are responsible for diagnosing and treating visual problems and managing diseases, injuries, and disorders of the visual system.

How to Choose the Right Eye Drops for Your Symptoms

Eye drops are often the first line of treatment we reach for when we experience eye discomfort. They are readily available, easy to use, and often provide immediate relief. However, their usage is not limited to treating discomfort alone.

Myopia Control: Preventing Nearsightedness in Children

Does your little one have trouble seeing distant objects clearly? Do they find it hard to read the board at school or watch TV? If so, they likely have myopia, also known as nearsightedness. 

What to Do If You Lose a Contact Lens in Your Eye

Many people who wear contact lenses have wondered about a lens getting lost in the eye. While a lens can become dislodged, it cannot disappear permanently behind the eye.

Is It Safe for Children to Wear Contact Lenses?

Children can safely wear contact lenses with the support of their parents or guardians. The crucial thing to consider is whether your child has the ability and maturity to wear contact lenses.

6 Helpful Tips to Prevent Dry Eye Symptoms

It can be overwhelming living through the symptoms of dry eye. But the Dry Eye Foundation confirms that it is possible to prevent these symptoms.

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