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Contact Lenses 101

Contact lenses are a popular and effective option for vision correction resulting from nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism. Approximately 20% of the American population who requires vision correction wears contact lenses. Contact lens technology has been available for 125 years. Today, contact lenses offer a wide variety of materials and types and can be used for a wider patient distribution. While eyeglasses may be an attractive way to accessorize or make a fashion statement, glasses are unable to offer you all that contact lenses can. Contact lenses offer you better peripheral vision and sharpen your vision without eyeglasses or costly vision surgery.


How Healthy Are Your Eyes?

Eye health isn’t thought about that much until you notice something is wrong. Unfortunately, when you have waited long enough to notice something is wrong, you can find yourself in a place you don’t want to be. Safeguard your eye health by committing to regular eye exams. Your eyes are one of your most important tools for everyday living, sensing and enjoying. How healthy are your eyes? Start your new year off right by scheduling an eye exam to assess your ability to see and the general health of your eyes. Catching eye conditions early can prevent the disabling effects of eye problems associated with diabetes, high blood pressure and other conditions and challenges. Ensuring your eyesight is at its best can help you start the year with confidence.


LASIK And Refractive Surgery

LASIK Refractive Surgery is the most widely performed for refractive errors. A laser is used to reshape your cornea and correct how your eye focuses light. Laser eye surgery encompasses several eye surgeries used to correct refractive errors. Refractive surgery is necessary if you have a refractive error such as myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism, or Presbyopia.


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