How To Keep Your Eyes As Healthy As Possible

There are many things that you can do to help you keep your eyes healthier and to reduce your chances of developing certain kinds of eye problems or ending up with eye injuries. Here are some tips that will give you guidance when it comes to your eyes and things you should do for them: Eat healthy foods: There are many reasons why you should follow a healthy diet, and your eye sight is just one more reason to add to that list. [Read More]

3 Reasons Why Contact Lens Wearers Need Backup Glasses

If you're a devoted contact lens wearer, chances are you never even think about putting on a pair of glasses. However, there are times when you could find yourself absolutely requiring a pair of glasses, even if you never normally wear them. Here are three reasons why you should consider having a backup pair of glasses with your current prescription available to you at all times. Disasters Natural disasters can strike no matter where you live. [Read More]

Scheduled For Lasik? How To Avoid Problems After Surgery

If you're tired of wearing glasses or contact lenses, Lasik surgery can help you get rid of them permanently. Lasik is a surgical procedure that repairs the defects in your eyes and leaves you with clear, healthy vision. Once you've had the procedure done, you'll need to take it easy for a few weeks. This will give your eyes the opportunity to heal properly. It will also give you time to adjust to your new vision. [Read More]

3 Tips For Choosing The Right Vision Correction For Your Needs

When you rely on vision correction methods to see clearly, it is not always a matter of what you prefer, but what fits your needs and budget. Before you next eye exam, be prepared to choose the appropriate vision correction for your lifestyle. Think About Occupational/Educational Needs Your vision correction should fit your occupational and/or educational plans for the next year. For example, if you plan to take courses in biology or chemistry and primarily wear contact lenses, it is important to have at least one pair of prescription glasses readily available. [Read More]