3 Mistakes You’re Making With Your Contact Lenses

Contact lenses are made from different types of plastic and seem like they are very durable; although they are durable, they are still very delicate. Your contact lenses are not going to last very long if you don't take care of them properly. Your lenses may also cause damage to your eyes if you don't take care of them, or don't wear them properly. Read on for a few mistakes you may be making with your contact lens wearing or care. Read More 

Why Does Your Eye Doctor Puff Air in Your Eye?

For many patients, the strangest part of an eye exam is when the eye doctor shoots a puff of air into their eyes. It doesn't hurt, but it is a weird feeling, and it always surprises you. If everything is okay, your eye doctor will just say something like "looks good," and then you'll be on to the next part of the exam. Perhaps this is why so many patients are left wondering what the air puff test really does and why it's so important. Read More 

Emergency Care For Your Eyes

In the case of an eye emergency, you need to know how to care for your eyes without panicking. If you have a problem with your eyes and you are not sure what to do, you could end up making your eye condition worse. Read on for a few eye emergencies and what you should do in the event this happens to you. Eye Infection If you have an eye infection, it can be highly contagious. Read More 

Three Things To Know About LASIK

Ophthalmology services include the diagnosis and treatment of eye diseases, as well as eye surgery. One type of eye surgery that is becoming especially popular is LASIK. The FDA approved this type of surgery in 1999. Each year, ophthalmologists perform about 700,000 LASIK procedures a year. If you are considering LASIK, here are three things you should know about this particular ophthalmology service. 1. Know the Benefits of LASIK Read More 

4 Things Your Optometrist Will Do At Your Next Contact Lens Eye Exam

It's important that you see your optometrist every year for an eye exam, especially if you wear contact lenses. Your annual eye exam helps your doctor notice any changes in your vision or overall eye health. Here are four things your eye doctor will do at your yearly eye exam: 1. Examine the condition of your current contact lenses. You should go to your optometrist appointment wearing your contact lenses. This will give your eye doctor the chance to examine them. Read More