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Do I Need Specialty Contact Lenses?

Many people do not realize that one type of contact lenses will not fit everyone. There are many reasons why different people need different types of contact lenses. Some people even need lenses shaped to fit their unique eye shape. Others may have a particular vision problem that requires specialized lenses.

Protect Your Eyes at Work: Top Tips

Many people overlook many things that are important to their eye health. Some oversights, including everyday lifestyle decisions, can end up taking a toll on your vision. Here are a few tips on some of the changes you can make to safeguard your eyesight.

Top 10 Tips to Save Your Vision

People don’t really give much thought to their eye health until they start having vision problems. Sadly, some eye diseases have mild to no symptoms in their early stages. You might not be aware that your vision has already changed as years go by. Some of these can impact the way you see, or worse, even result in permanent visual impairment or blindness. The good news is that even simple precautionary steps can help prevent the onset or slow down the progression of an eye condition. Here are 10 tips that can help save your vision.

What Causes Myopia?

Myopia is a vision condition in which individuals are unable to see objects that are far away clearly. They can see things or objects that are close quite clearly, but those far away appear blurry.

How to Treat Myopia?

The American Academy of Ophthalmology recognizes the fast-growing number of myopia cases in the country and the rest of the world. Routine eye exams can catch and treat this eye condition early.

What Is Myopia?

The National Eye Institute defines myopia as an eye condition that makes faraway objects appear blurry while near objects appear clear. Statistics show that cases of myopia continue to increase in the United States and the rest of the world.

4 Common Fall Eye Problems

Although autumn has already come, the allergy attacks are not done yet. Allergens remain suspended in the air from spring to fall. The National Institutes of Health have data showing that debris and dry wind trigger optical problems.

Can Allergies Cause Dry Eyes?

Dry eye syndrome is one of the most common ocular problems affecting 11 to 12 percent of the population. Individuals most at risk are adults older than 50 years, particularly women and contact lens wearers. The causes can be generalized to insufficient tears, mucins, and lipids to lubricate the eyes.

Is Dry Eye Syndrome Permanent?

Dry eye syndrome is one of the most common of all eye conditions. Our eyes rely on a sufficient amount of tear film in order to stay healthy and be able to move comfortably. Tear film provides lubrication, reduce the risk of eye infections, wash away any microorganisms and keep the surface of the eye smooth.

Reopening After Quarantine

We hope you are staying healthy and safe during the Coronavirus Pandemic. City Eyes Optometry will be reopening for routine eye care on Friday, May 15th.

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