18 June 2015
Ophthalmologist. Besides being nearly impossible to spell without that red squiggly line appearing to mock your clumsy fingers, ophthalmologists are some of the most mysterious types of doctors to the untrained individual, even though you've probably been to several during your lifetime. If you're looking for facts you didn't know about ophthalmologists and have been wondering how they can help your ocular health, then here's what you need to know.
17 June 2015
When you visit an optometrist, you may not be aware of anything out of the ordinary, until you visit a vision center. There are some key differences between the two, although you may not notice it unless you have always visited one and not the other. These things will stick out once you visit a vision center for the very first time. Walls and Walls of Glasses and Vision Products
12 June 2015
If you're an adult who hasn't been getting yearly vision exams, it's time to go back. Even if you think your vision is fine, you need to have an optometrist check out your eyes' physical structure, too. Doing so lets you modify your diet and habits to change your future from one with a potential lack of sight to one that's bright. The Early Bird Gets the Lifestyle Advice Vision exams still include those charts that determine whether you need glasses or if your current prescription has changed.
10 June 2015
Practically everyone has heard of cataracts: cataract is the scientific name for the clouding of an eye's lens. Cataracts affect vision, but thankfully don't cause pain. While it's a well-known condition, there are many little-known facts about cataracts that most people don't know about. Here are four pieces of information about cataracts you may not have known. There's More Than One Kind If you think that cataracts are a disorder that mostly occurs when people get older, you're right.