5 Tips for Finding the Best Eyeglasses for Your Face

If you need to rely on glasses all day or simply for reading, you will want to find the ones that help you see and allow you to look your best. You should consider the shape of your face and some other factors before making a purchase for any eyeglasses. Being aware of specific tips that will aid you in your search for finding the glasses that will look best on you. Read More 

3 Ways To Get Your Child To Wear Glasses

If your child has to wear glasses, then you should encourage him or her to wear them. Some children are hesitant to wear glasses because they think other children will tease them. It is also important for parents to accept that their child needs to wear glasses. Here are three ways you can encourage your child. Introduce Your Child To High Fashion Nowadays, children are really into trends and brands. For this reason, you should introduce your child to high fashion eyewear. Read More 

Why Does Everything Up Close Look Blurry?

Have you recently noticed that objects that are too close to you look overly blurry? Maybe this problem started off as minor one and has become worse over time, or maybe it came on suddenly. In either case, it is important to see your eye doctor and figure out the cause. Here's a look at three conditions that may be at fault. Hyperopia Also known as farsightedness, this problem occurs when the eye is shaped in such a way that the light entering through the eye focuses behind the retina (the light detecting membrane at the back of the eye) rather than directly on the retina. Read More 

Bifocal Contact Options You May Be Able To Choose From

If you are in need of bifocal corrective lenses and you like the idea of wearing contacts, you'll be glad to know that you can wear contact lenses that give you the same bifocal features that prescription bifocal glasses would offer you, only in a much different format. If you think that bifocal contact lenses may be a good choice for you, then you want to learn all you can about them, and much of the information you will be interested in can be found in this article. Read More 

Slowing Down The Progression Of Cataracts

Your last visit with your optometrist to have your eyes examined showed traces of protein buildup in your lens. This is the beginning of cataracts. While it may be years until they cause you vision problems, there are some things you can do to prolong cataract surgery, which is still the most effective treatment for cataracts. Where Cataracts Come From Researchers don't know what triggers the start of cataracts. Family history contributes to your risk of getting cataracts, as do some environmental conditions. Read More