As you get older, you’ll probably start to need reading glasses to see small print or fine details. At what age will you start to need to use readers? Keep reading to learn more about your vision and the aging process.
Did you know that too much direct exposure to the sun can be harmful for your eyes? UV radiation can cause long-term damage, including increasing your cancer risk. Read more to learn how to protect your eyes from harmful exposure.
Eye infections come with uncomfortable symptoms like redness, pain, and itching. Do your best to keep from getting eye infections this spring. Follow these helpful tips to manage your symptoms and reduce the frequency of your eye infection outbreaks.
It can be scary to learn you have glaucoma. But even if you already have this condition, it doesn’t mean you have to lose your eyesight. Keep reading for more on glaucoma and how to protect your vision before it’s too late.
If your keratoconus is getting worse, it’s time you heard the latest. Learn how advanced treatments such as corneal cross-linking with riboflavin can keep keratoconus from progressing, and improve your vision.
The fact is that if you wear contact lenses, you need to take care that you’re using them properly. In the following, we’ve outlined the most common mistakes contact lens wearers make and how to avoid them.
Dry eyes are almost always a serious problem because burning, itchy, sensitive eyes affect every aspect of your daily life. But dry eyes can become a truly serious condition that ultimately causes vision loss, which is why you should call us at Smart Eye C
Having an astigmatism, or an irregularly-shaped cornea that causes blurred vision at any distance, doesn’t preclude you from choosing contact lenses to correct your vision. Read on to discover how toric contact lenses can help correct moderate astigmatism.