As you age, so do your eyes. More often than not, the aging process gives rise to complications like cataracts. Today’s post from cataracts treatment authority, Northern Virginia Doctors of Optometry, explains the different types of cataracts and their treatments.
At Northern Virginia Doctors of Optometry, we believe that the success of an eye care plan depends largely on the working relationship between you and your eye doctor. This is why you should find one you can trust and understands your concerns.
Almost everyone is familiar with contact lenses. Chances are, you wear contacts or know someone who does. However, most people are not aware of scleral contact lenses. In this post, Northern Virginia Doctors of Optometry talks about the lesser-known alternative to corrective contact lenses.
The number of LASIK eye surgery patients by the year 2020 is projected to be around 718,000. As the popularity of this type of refractive surgery grows, it’s wise to familiarize yourself with the procedure. Today, Northern Virginia Doctors of Optometry talks about how you can prepare for LASIK and what to expect during and […]
In the first part of this two-part blog series, we talked about the importance of vision skills when it comes to sports. It’s not enough to be stronger and faster than your opponent. You need better vision skills if you want to be great. In this second part, your eye doctor will discuss new wearable […]
Pinguecula is a non-cancerous bump on the eyeball that usually occurs on top of the middle part of the sclera. It’s a yellowish and slightly raised thickening on the white part of the eye. Today, our optometrist from Northern Virginia Doctors of Optometry discusses pinguecula and explains its causes, symptoms and treatment options:
Your body must be in excellent condition if you want to be competitive in sports. However, this doesn’t just refer to your muscles. Your vision needs to be excellent as well. Sports require several visual skills. In this two-part blog post, your trusted eye doctor will explain everything you need to know about sports and […]
Macular pucker is a condition that can cause blurred or distorted central vision. While the symptoms for both are similar, age-related macular degeneration is different from macular pucker. Your optometrist knows the difference and will be able to diagnose you properly. Learn more about the causes, risk factors and symptoms of this condition here:
When your eyesight can’t be fully corrected with eyeglasses or contact lenses, you may be suffering from low vision issues. Medications or surgeries may not help as well. With your compromised sense of sight, you may struggle to carry out your daily tasks or enjoy your hobbies.
Northern Virginia Doctors of Optometry is committed to helping you achieve the best vision possible. This is why we stay updated on the latest advances in eyewear technology, ensuring we only provide contact lenses and eyeglasses of good caliber. One of the products sure to give you improved eyesight and quality of life is Level™ […]