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How to Warm Your Child Up to Wearing Glasses

Prescription eyeglasses can make a big difference in your child’s vision and performance at school. But, it takes time to adjust to wearing them. Here’s how you can help make it a positive experience.

Sep 30th, 2020
Adjusting to Life with Contacts

Congratulations! You’ve got your first pair of contacts and you’re ready to enjoy the flexibility and convenience of clear vision without eyeglasses. Discover some practical tips for easily adjusting to life with contacts.

Sep 16th, 2020
5 Causes of Macular Degeneration

Have you heard of macular degeneration? Do you know if you’re at risk? Learn about this age-related eye disease from ReVision Optix, as well as five major risk factors and steps you can take to prevent vision loss.

Aug 20th, 2020
Understanding an Astigmatism

Seeing double? Can’t seem to focus clearly at any distance? You could have astigmatism. Fortunately, this common condition is easily corrected with the right vision prescription. Learn all about astigmatism and your options to improve your eyesight.

Jul 28th, 2020
Which Type of Contact Lenses Are Best For Me?

Are you done with glasses and ready for a change? With so many different types of contact lenses on the market, it can be difficult to choose. We introduce you to some popular options so you can learn which contacts lenses are best for you.

Jun 22nd, 2020
Optometry and COVID-19: What You Should Know

COVID-19 brought a new batch of worries. Wondering how the coronavirus could affect your vision? Is it possible to contract the virus through your eyes? Here’s what you should know about optometry and COVID-19.

May 29th, 2020
Am I at Risk for Glaucoma?

Are you over 60 years old, of African American or Asian descent, or have diabetes? These are just a few of the factors that put you at risk for glaucoma. Here’s what you should know about your risk for the condition that can cause blindness.

Mar 11th, 2020
Tips for Managing Chronic Dry Eyes

Chronic dry eyes affect nearly 5 million Americans over age 50, but the condition can occur at any age. If you regularly experience dry, irritated, red eyes, here are some professional tips for managing symptoms and getting long-term relief.

Feb 1st, 2020