How many people in your family wear glasses or contact lenses? Having several people in the home that require contacts and glasses can really add up to a costly sum at the end of the year. So, how do you save money on the cost of all of the exams and prescription eye wear that your family requires? There are several ways to cut costs without skimping on the quality of care and corrective lenses that are needed. You can learn all about saving money for your family's eye care on my website. Without the information that I have compiled, I would not be able to keep my family seeing clearly each and every year.
23 May 2016
As the temperatures begin to creep up, you swap your cozy days inside for exciting outdoor fun. Make sure that your glasses are ready to make a slew of summer memories. If you need to invest in a new pair of glasses or just need to spruce up your current pair, consider incorporating the following elements to ensure your glasses are suited for the warm weather. 1. A Lightweight Frame
16 May 2016
Your sense of vision is arguably one of the most important senses that you have. As a result, it is critical for you to make sure that you take proper care of your eyes. However, there are many people that are relatively uninformed about what this will involve. If this is an aspect of your health that you have rarely thought about, you may need to have the following couple of questions answered.
6 February 2016
Prescription safety glasses allow your child to see properly during sports. By helping your child take good care of his or her prescription safety glasses, you'll ensure that your child is able to participate in his or her sporting events safely and to the fullest extent. Buy a Retention Strap A retention strap will help your child's glasses stay on his or her face or, at the very least, on your child's body.
30 December 2015
Does your vision seem to be becoming more spotted and blurry? You may want to see a specialist at a clinic like Coastal Eye Group PC as soon as possible in case the retinas in your eyes are becoming detached, which will require surgery that surgery is done. Find out in this article what you should know about retinal detachment so you can be prepared for what might happen. What Is Retinal Detachment?
18 December 2015
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a type of autoimmune disease. In this disease, your body's immune system mistakenly attacks your joints, which leads to pain and swelling, and eventually, joint damage. However, RA isn't just a joint disease; it can damage a variety of tissues, including your eyes. One of the eye issues you may develop is corneal melt; here are four things you need to know about it. What is corneal melt?