How to Choose the Best Glasses for a Child With a Strong Prescription

If you have a child who has recently gone through an eye exam and it has been determined that they need glasses, then you should do your best to choose the right ones. Fortunately, there are many different options that will allow you to find the perfect glasses for your child. However, some people feel as though the vast amount of options can be overwhelming or confusing. If you feel this way, then keep reading to learn about a few things that you should absolutely consider if your child must wear glasses with a strong prescription. [Read More]

What Parents Need to Know About Traumatic Cataracts

As a parent, you feel responsible for the safety and well-being of your child. However, you cannot control every situation your child is in, and some incidents could result in trauma to the eyes. Sports involvement, car accidents, and rough play can all lead to an eye injury. Cataracts can develop from direct injuries, so you should be aware of what situations can cause eye trauma and how to handle them. [Read More]

Is Your Child At Risk Of Computer Vision Syndrome?

As a parent, you do everything you can to keep your child safe and healthy. You wouldn't dream of missing his well-child care appointments with his pediatrician and work hard to see that he eats a balanced diet. What you may not realize is your preschool or elementary school age child may be a risk of developing a common vision problem called computer vision syndrome which can lead in the need for glasses. [Read More]

5 Things You Need To Know About Normal-Tension Glaucoma

Glaucoma is a well-known eye disease that damages your optic nerve, often due to increased pressure inside the eye, and eventually leads to blindness. This is common knowledge, but it's less commonly known that there are many different types of glaucoma. Even more surprisingly, one type of glaucoma causes damage without the increased eye pressure that is a key marker of the other types. Here's what you need to know about normal-tension glaucoma. [Read More]