When you’re in high school or college, taking care of your eyes may not seem like a top priority. You’re young and healthy, so why fuss over your eye health? This, however, is exactly why and when you need to start caring for your eyes. With your eyes still in good health, it’s the best […]
After your comprehensive eye exam and your binocular vision dysfunction specialists identify vision irregularities, they may prescribe you to wear eyeglasses. We’ll then help you choose a frame style that fits your face and suits your lifestyle. And the process doesn’t stop here. We may also ask you if you want to add lens coating.
For seniors, driving is more than just a means of transporting themselves, with their driving skill closely tied to their independence. However, a study has found that seniors suffering from glaucoma were at a higher risk of being involved in vehicular accidents. The vertical heterophoria specialists at I See Vision Care elaborate more on the […]
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.