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If you frequently use a computer, there is a good chance you have experienced computer vision syndrome also known as digital eye strain. In fact, it is more common these days than it has ever been. That’s because most of us spend at least eight...

People have become so accustomed to their eyes feeling tired at the end of the day, they just accept it. In honor of March’s designation as Workplace Eye Wellness Month, we are sharing some tips on how to avoid digital eye strain using the 20-20-20 rule....

Do you have keratoconus? Are you unhappy with your vision but have been told you could not wear contacts? Scleral lenses for keratoconus can be life changing. That’s because they offer amazing comfort and sharp vision for those who have not found success with other...

Every New Year, most of us make a list of things we will do to stay healthy so we can feel our best. But, did you realize that feeling your best also includes seeing your best too? Because January is Glaucoma Awareness Month, it’s the...

For anyone who wears eyeglasses, comfort is important. But, many people have a tendency to focus all of their attention on the frames. While style is important, to get the most comfortable eyeglasses you need to consider your lenses too. That’s because they can add...

Eye pressure, also called intraocular pressure (IOP) refers to the fluid pressure inside the eye. Maintaining it will help you preserve your vision and prevent vision loss from conditions like glaucoma. For eyes to stay healthy, your eye pressure should never be too high or too low....

Do you experience dryness and discomfort when wearing contacts? Contact lens discomfort is one of the most common complaints for those who wear them. In fact, it’s so common that 10%–50% of wearers stop wearing them within three years of trying them for the first...

For those who require three eyeglass prescriptions, progressive lenses are a natural choice. However, the quality can vary greatly between standard and premium progressive lenses. That’s because standard progressives are just that: the standard. Both lenses have a seamless vision correction for all three distances. And, they are both...

Acuvue Oasys Transition contact lenses are contacts that can adapt to light, indoors and out, helping your eyes adjust to fluctuating light conditions. Not only can they protect your eyes from harmful blue light they also offer the highest level of UV protection available in...

Are your eyes sensitive to light? Photophobia (light sensitivity) is eye discomfort in bright light. Light sensitivity can be problematic for some people. That’s because it can cause headaches and even dry or red eyes. While everyone is sensitive to light to some degree, people...