Three Tips For Using Decorative Contacts Safely

Whether you're dressing up for Halloween or cosplaying at your favorite comic convention, decorative contacts can be the one special touch that pulls your costume together. However, you need your eyes the other 364 days of the year, so you must take care when purchasing and using these special lenses. Here are three tips for safely wearing decorative contacts to minimize the health risk to your eyes. Always Opt for Prescription Contact Lenses Read More 

Four Things To Ask About The Cost Of Lasik

Lasik surgery is one that many optometrists recommend their patients in order to correct their poor vision. Lasik can help improve your vision in a huge life-changing way, so it's definitely worth considering. However, this doesn't come without a cost and for this reason, it's important to ask the right questions before jumping into it. Here are four things you should be asking: What's Included in the Cost? Most likely, you are going to be given an estimate for the cost of surgery right off the bat. Read More 

Visiting With An Optometrist For The First Time

Visiting with an optometrist each year should be an appointment that everyone should make. A lot can change with eyes in a year, and not all changes are good. However, it can be a little bit intimidating to meet with an optometrist for the first time. You do not know what to expect, and you might be a little nervous. To ease your anxiety here are just a few of the different tests that you may go through the first time that you meet with the optometrist: Read More 

Tips For Choosing The Right Glasses Frames

When your optometrist tells you that you need to start wearing prescription glasses, you might find yourself overwhelmed by all of the frame options available. There are so many shapes, sizes, and colors of frames, it can be hard to make a decision. Even though you might find several frames that you like, you need to make sure you're choosing glasses frames that compliment your face. So check out these tips to help you pick out your new glasses. Read More 

Tricks On The Eyes: Home Enhancements To Cope With Declining Vision

As you get older, your visual capacity diminishes. You may no longer be able to read fine print without the aid of glasses as the result of presbyopia, which begins to creep in during your 40s. You may be dealing with a more serious eye disease, such as age-related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy or glaucoma. Whatever the reason, if you or a loved one is trying to cope through life with declining vision, it's time to take these steps in the home to prevent injuries and enhance quality of life. Read More