Protect Your Eyes When Using Digital Screens

Do you spend hours each day staring at a computer screen and then go home to spend more hours staring at another computer at home, your phone, your tablet, or your television late into the night? Well, all of those screens are putting your eyes at risk. Here, you'll find a few tips to help to protect your eyes while you're using any type of electronic screen. Go to the Eye Doctor [Read More]

How To Prepare For Your Eye Exam

If you have an eye exam scheduled, then you should prepare for this exam like you would any other medical test. However, since the examination involves the eyes, there are a few specific things you should be doing in preparation.  Understand Your Family History Your family history is extremely important when it comes to your health, and this is no exception when it comes to your eyes and vision. However, you need to know the specific of eye-related health issues as well as other general ones. [Read More]

Signs That May Indicate That You've Developed Cataracts

As you age, you will want to make sure that you stay well aware of the signs that may indicate that you have developed cataracts. This way, should you suspect that you are dealing with such eye problems, you will know that it is time to contact your trusted optometrist. You Might Have Cloudy Vision This is not usually something that happens overnight. It is a symptom that generally starts mildly and will progress as the months or years pass by. [Read More]

Why Do You Get Eye Floaters?

Most people go through their daily lives with nothing impeding their vision, so if you're seeing something moving across your vision, it can be quite alarming. These are eye floaters, and while not everyone experiences them, many do. If you think you might have eye floaters, read on to find out what you need to know. What are Eye Floaters Eye floaters are actually not a foreign substance or something that got into your eye. [Read More]