Contact Lenses as an Alternative for Mask-Induced Foggy Lenses
While face masks help us to avoid transmitting coronavirus, millions of eyeglass wearers are discovering the nuisance of mask-induced foggy lenses. With the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) […]Read More
6 Common Myths About Cosmetic Lenses
Whether you are trying to put together the perfect Halloween costume, wearing a costume for another reason, or simply want to change your look, you may be tempted to use […]Read More
Scleral Lenses Demand Is on the Rise. Are They Worth the Cost?
While scleral lenses are sometimes considered a new innovation in the world of optometry, they are the oldest variety of contact lenses in the world. The first scleral contact lenses […]Read More
What Is the Patient Experience with Overnight Vision Correction (Orthokeratology)?
Many patients are drawn to the idea of overnight vision correction, and it isn’t difficult to see why. The prospect of being able to put in a pair of contact […]Read More
What Vision Problems Do Corneal Rigid Gas Permeable Lenses Correct?
Rigid gas-permeable (RGP) lenses are a type of contact lens made from hard, rigid plastic that retains the oxygen permeability that you would typically expect from softer or more flexible […]Read More