Vision Loss: Why You Need To See An Optometrist Right Away

Posted on: 28 April 2021

Vision loss is a natural sign of aging, with many adults experiencing vision loss or a change of vision to some degree as they age. Most people will experience advanced vision loss with age, especially if they already wear corrective lenses to see. If vision loss is a normal sign of aging, much like joint pain or muscle loss is part of aging, why would you need to see an optometrist for vision loss treatment as you age?
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Strabismus: Why Early Detection Is Vital To A Child's Vision Health And Early Development

Posted on: 7 January 2021

Vision disorders in early childhood can severely affect a child's early learning as well as be a sign of a serious eye condition. One of those vision disorders is strabismus. Strabismus is a common condition that causes the eyes to be misaligned and look in different directions. If discovered early, it can usually be treated effectively. Otherwise, it can lead to more serious vision problems. That's why early vision screening is so crucial.
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Examining The Prevailing Myths About Glaucoma

Posted on: 20 October 2020

Glaucoma is an eye disease that is related to excess fluid buildup that affects the optic nerve. Unfortunately, the condition can lead to permanent vision changes and loss of vision in some cases. Talking to your eye doctor about glaucoma is always recommended, but many myths are also associated with the condition. Here is a look at some of those myths and the actual facts you need to know.  Myth: Glaucoma is only a condition that affects older adults.
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Should You Get Your Eyes Examined? 3 Times You Need To Go For An Appointment

Posted on: 29 May 2020

Your eyes and your vision need to be cared for in order to keep them both healthy. Failing to keep up with your vision health can result in vision loss with time. Part of keeping up with your vision health is going to the eye doctor for eye exams yearly, but you should also be going to the eye doctor for other things. In addition to the yearly exams, you should be going to the eye doctor if you have other problems with your eyes or your vision.
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