You take the time to worry about your heart and your lungs, so why wouldn't you think about your eye health? If you are like most people, it might be because you don't know that much about how to take care of your eyes. Fortunately, I have been working with other people to teach them about eye health for the past twenty years. My father lost his eyesight because of a few bad decisions, and I don't want to see other people go down that path. Read here to learn why you should exercise, eat right, and see your eye doctor regularly.
2 September 2022
Visiting an optometrist is a good way to stay in front of numerous vision problems. You should pay attention to some of the most common signs it's time for an appointment, especially these five. Blurred or Cloudy Vision One of the most obvious arguments for visiting an optometrist is blurry or clouded vision. Blurry vision can occur due to the aging of the eye, and clouding may be a sign of cataracts starting to develop.
28 January 2022
Cataracts can cause blurred vision, and they may also make vibrant colors seem dim or muted. When the lens of your eye turns opaque or cloudy, it is referred to as a cataract. Conservative treatment options for cataracts include increasing the prescription power of your eyeglasses or contact lenses, however, this option is usually only temporary. For a permanent treatment option, doctors often recommend cataract surgery. During cataract surgery, the clouded lens of your eye is removed and replaced with an intraocular clear implant.