Macular degeneration is a term used to refer to a set of diseases resulting in loss of vision due to the damage or deterioration of the retina. It’s one of the leading causes of vision loss, and over two million Americans are affected by age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
Visual changes are part of aging. In fact, your risk of developing certain eye conditions increases over time. Today, Northern Virginia Doctors of Optometry, your local provider of low vision therapy and other eye care treatments, talks about common vision problems you may have to deal with during your older years.
Damage to your macula may happen over time, a condition known as age-related macular degeneration (AMD). This condition can cause blurry central vision, making it hard to see things in front of you. Since February is AMD Awareness Month, Northern Virginia Doctors of Optometry, your leading provider of high-quality eye care services, shares four important […]
Over time, your eyesight may decline to the point where using eyeglasses and similar vision correction options is not enough to improve your vision. This is referred to as low vision, which may keep you from doing your everyday tasks with ease, affecting your overall quality of life.