Blogs

Are your eyes itching, tearing, burning, or red? These signs and symptoms could be associated with allergic conjunctivitis, commonly known as eye allergies. Optometrists and doctors call what normal people refer to as “eye allergies” allergic conjunctivitis. This medical term essentially means the visible signs of...

Although being diagnosed with a serious (or even a mild) eye condition can be frightening, there is always something that can be done to attempt to heal, treat, or slow the condition. People get diagnosed with different kinds of eye issues everyday, regardless of their...

Vision is a learned process. It requires ideal conditions for proper development. If these conditions are not ideal and the brain receives abnormal or unequal visual input during infancy or childhood, it results in a condition called Amblyopia or “lazy eye”. A child with Amblyopia or...

Many studies concerning vision around the world shows that eyesight is quickly deteriorating. Not only is it deteriorating, but it is also deteriorating at a younger age, leaving more and more children to suffer with vision issues such as lazy eye, astigmatism, and myopia. This...

If you suffer from Belpharitis, you know how uncomfortable the state of your eyes can get. This condition is identified by the chronic inflammation of the eye region due to overgrowth of bacteria on the eyelashes.This can make the eyes dry, irritated, and visually unappealing....

The OptoMap imaging system is an advanced new technology that allows for a complete and comprehensive eye exam. It allows for wide field digital imaging of your retina. Essentially, it is a useful tool that will give your optometrist more knowledge and insight into your...

Cancer can strike any part of a person’s body—eyes are no exception. Eye cancer is also referred to as eye melanoma. Just like with any other type of cancer or disease, eye cancer has a set of different risk factors and potential causes that make...

Dry eye is a condition where an individual doesn't have enough quality tears to lubricate and nourish the eye. Tears are necessary for maintaining the health of the front surface of the eye and for providing clear vision. It is a common and often chronic...

Dry eyes are a common condition experienced by millions of people. While occasional redness and itching can be irritating, chronic cases can cause infection and affect your vision. Dryness can be caused by many things including aging, certain medications, or binge-watching TV. The symptoms may include feeling like...

Vision Therapy is exactly what the name implies—therapy for your eyes. When your mind or body is suffering, it is recommended for you to receive therapy. The same sentiment goes for your eyes and vision care. What Is Vision Therapy? Vision therapy is a doctor supervised, non-surgical,...