A recent clinical trial has offered a potential treatment for dry eye. This could be a great advancement for sufferers
Symptoms indicative of eye problems are not as noticeable. Not until you start to realize that you’re squinting to watch television from your usual spot, or, perhaps, your usual set of contact lenses aren’t as comfortable to wear as they used to be. In this blog, Northern Virginia Doctors of Optometry shares the eye problem […]
Swollen or puffy eyes normally develop as you age. However, in some cases, puffiness can be a sign of a severe medical condition.
Smoking has detrimental effects on various parts of your body. One study suggests that long-term smoking increases the risk of certain eye diseases.
Good eyesight is very important in school children because it affects how they learn and perform in school and at play. When their vision suffers, so will their education and sports participation.
Long ultraviolet (UV) exposure, both from natural sources like the sunlight or artificial forms, such as from tanning beds, can harm the eyes and the vision in various ways. Some of the conditions include photokeratitis or the swelling of the cornea, cataract, macular degeneration and, rarely, ocular melanoma.
Measles causes 60,000 cases of blindness in the world yearly. The contagious virus is prevalent in East Africa and Asia, and new cases are still emerging in Europe and in the United States. Lack of vaccination and poor nutrition are linked to the increased rate of blindness in affected nations.
Eyeglasses and contact lenses can correct different refractive errors, such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism and other vision-related problems. Many people, however, find it difficult to choose between these two types of eyewear. To determine whether a pair of eyeglasses or contact lenses can suit your needs, consider your lifestyle, convenience, comfort and style.
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.
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™ […]