Revision Optix Blog

Learn more about optometry care in our blog!

The Link Between Screen Time and Dry Eye: How to Protect Your Eyes in the Digital Age

If you spend hours on your computer, you may have experienced some symptoms of eye strain. The digital age has seen a rise in Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS). As people spend more time on their computers, tablets, and smartphones, eye dryness and irritation are common complaints. Find out the link between screen time and dry eye, and how to protect your eyes.

The Importance of Early Detection: Why Your Child Needs a Pediatric Eye Exam

Many parents overlook the importance of eye health when getting pediatric care for their kids. Most only think about eye exams when they realize their child may have vision-related difficulties in school.

How to Properly Care for Your Contact Lenses

If you want to switch to contact lenses, make an appointment with an optometrist immediately. They will perform a thorough eye examination and assessment of your suitability for contact lens wear.

Scleral Lenses: How They Can Improve Corneal Scarring and Other Irregularities

These are large, custom-made contact lenses used to correct vision problems in people with conditions affecting the eye's front surface. Examples of such conditions include keratoconus or corneal scarring. Made of a rigid, gas-permeable material, they vault over the cornea and fit over the white part of the eye, the sclera.

Ortho-k Lenses: How to Properly Use and Care for Them

Ortho-k lenses are special custom-made contacts designed to reshape the cornea while the patient sleeps. Most users experience a little discomfort when they start wearing the lenses, but comfort improves as the cornea reshapes. 

Using Scleral Lenses for Astigmatism

Scleral lenses offer a nonsurgical solution for patients with astigmatism. They provide excellent vision correction for people with irregular corneal curvature. Unlike regular soft contacts that lie directly on the cornea, scleral lenses rest on the white of the eye, the sclera. 

What’s the Difference Between Regular vs. Specialty Contacts?

Contact lenses are a convenient and effective alternative to eyeglasses. However, certain eye conditions can make wearing regular contacts difficult or even impossible. That is where specialty contact lenses come in handy. 

Is Dry Eye Syndrome Treatable?

Dry eye occurs when the eyes fail to make adequate tears to remain wet or when tears fail to work correctly. It can leave the eyes feeling uncomfortable and can contribute to vision problems. 

What’s The Difference Between Traumatic And Non-Traumatic Brain Injuries?

There are 2 main types of brain injuries: traumatic and non-traumatic. Both types of brain injuries are potentially serious, and should be treated immediately to reduce the risk of permanent harm to the brain, including the fragile visual system.

Can You Wear Contacts With Corneal Dystrophy?

Imagine draping a tablecloth over a table with piles of clutter, and then sitting down at the table for a meal. You can imagine what an uncomfortable eating experience that would be.

admin none optometrist # # # Closed 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Closed Closed Closed 644 N Main St, Bldg A Suite 109,
Greenville, SC, 29601 8649000671 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Closed Closed Closed 433 SE Main St, Ste B
Simpsonville, SC , 29681 8642522400