A study published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that among adults aged 45 and older, subjective cognitive decline (SCD) is 3.5 times higher among those with vision impairment compared to those without.
Contact lenses have enabled millions of people to see clearly without the hassle of wearing eyeglasses. However, if you’re not using your contacts properly, you increase your chances of getting an eye infection.
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 […]
Cataracts are responsible for almost half of the cases of visual impairment in the world. Millions of Americans have this vision-threatening disease.
The long hours you spend each day in front of your computer may be doing more harm than good to your eyes. For one, this habit increases your risk of developing digital eye strain. Northern Virginia Doctors of Optometry, your trusted provider of eye care services, answers commonly asked questions about this problem.
Northern Virginia Doctors of Optometry has a long-standing partnership with TLC Laser Eye Centers® and Dr. Andrew Holzman to give you better vision through LASIK eye surgery. LASIK, which stands for laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis, is a vision correction option that uses lasers to correct eye disorders. Today, we discuss what you can expect during […]
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.