Eye Health

Your eye health is vital to your overall health and wellbeing. Even if you are enjoying good vision now,  commitment to regular eye care and eye health practices is a lifelong effort. At Optical Masters, we know that the key to achieving and maintaining optimum eye health starts with regular eye exams to catch problems or potential issues early. Part of your examination with us involves helping you analyze how you are currently taking care of your eyes and making sure that you understand how your eye functions so you can understand prescribed treatments and symptoms.  The following information will help you achieve the eye health you desire:

 

Your Eye Exam Explained

Eye HealthAccording to a study, one out of every 10 people in the U.S. are at increased risk of developing serious eye disease, yet most of them are not getting the annual, sight-saving eye exams they need to preserve their vision. At Optical Masters, we recommend you have an eye exam at least every two years, or more frequently if recommended by the eye doctor. With more than 100 different ways to test your eyes are working correctly, our doctors select the tests most appropriate for you.  At Optical Masters, we recommend you have an eye exam at least every two years, or more frequently if recommended by the eye doctor. With more than 100 different ways to test your eyes are working correctly, our doctors select the tests most appropriate for you. The eye exam not only provides an accurate assessment of your ability to see, but also gauges the general health of your eyes – and can result in early identification of other eye problems such as diabetes or high blood pressure.  – More Info

 

Taking Care of Your Eyes

Eye care is an essential part of any healthy lifestyle. Regular exercise, eating a balanced diet, watching your weight and making sure you have your eyes checked regularly doesn’t just keep your vision in tip-top condition, but these measures can also help in the detection of long-term health issues such as diabetes, which can lead to permanent eye damage. – More Info

 

Common Eye Conditions

Familiarity with the symptoms of common eye conditions can help you to prevent an initially minor infection or problem from becoming a major health issue. Some eye conditions can be indicators of deeper, underlying health problems such as diabetes or high blood pressure, which with the right treatment can be managed or even eradicated. – More Info

 

Eye AnatomyThe Anatomy of the Eye

The eye is an extraordinary and complex organ that allows us to ‘see’. The brain actually does the ‘seeing’ – the eye is the ‘central processor’ that takes the information in the form of light waves and transmits the information into the brain. – More Info

 


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