3 tips to better fit keratoconus with sclerals
Keratoconus is one of the more challenging yet more rewarding conditions that we treat in our offices. Individuals with keratoconus have a thinning of their corneas that causes a protrusion […]Read More
What is presbyopia?
Presbyopia is a common type of vision disorder that occurs as you age. It is often referred to as the aging eye condition. Presbyopia results in the inability to focus […]Read More
Is it important to have your eyes dilated during your eye exam?
A thorough, eyes dilated exam allows your ophthalmologist to do a complete exam of the retina, and that is important to do throughout your life, as several eye diseases and […]Read More
How an eye test could detect Alzheimer’s
What if Alzheimer’s could be diagnosed through a routine visit to the opticians? Researchers may have brought us a step closer to such a feat, after developing an optical imaging system that […]Read More
August is Children ’s Eye Health and Safety Month
With a large number of states beginning the school year earlier, August is the new September! Along with school supply shopping and purchasing those back-to-school clothing items, it’s time to […]Read More