Now that Halloween is almost here, kids will no doubt be excited to try on different costumes. And while shopping at your local costume store, you might have noticed some contact lenses on display. Are they safe? The short answer is no. I See Vision Care elaborates on why no one should wear them below.
Cataracts are a common cause of vision loss, but this doesn’t have to be the case. With a 98% success rate, cataract surgery has been a reliable and effective treatment. That is why experts recommend younger patients to go through the procedure as soon as possible and not wait for the condition to get worse.
Getting some sun has its benefits. However, too much of it or the lack of protective measures can cause damage to your eyes. In this article, iSee VisionCare, a trusted eye care specialist who can help you with binocular vision dysfunction and other eye and vision problems, shares some tips on how you can protect […]
When you were a kid, you may have been warned by your parents not to sit too close to the television because doing so can cause poor eyesight. You may have also been told that eating carrots will improve your vision. While your parents’ advice was well intended, it turns out these are both myths.
Before you take a dip at the pool this summer, it’s important to protect your eyes. Pool water contains chemicals that can increase the risk of developing eye infections.