As you age, not only does your physical strength decline, but your eyesight does as well. Your diet and lifestyle can have a big effect on the chances of vision problems occurring, which is why it’s important to take care of your eyes while there’s still time.
Common to both children and adults, ptosis, or blepharoptosis, causes the upper eyelid to droop. This eye problem can affect both your eyesight and appearance, most especially if the droop extends toward the entire pupil. In today’s post, your trusted optometrist from Opti-Care explains this eye condition in detail.
Refractive errors, such as nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism, can be easily corrected with contact lenses, eyeglasses and different forms of medication. Some eye conditions like low vision, however, can’t be treated using standard eyewear and surgery. To better understand this visual impairment, Opti-Care, an eyeglasses specialist in this area, explains what causes low vision.
A comprehensive eye exam involves an array of tests and procedures aimed at evaluating the visual acuity and overall visual health of the patient. They can be as simple as reading the letters on an eye chart or as complex as using an instrument to look at the eyes’ internal structures. Read on as Opti-Care, your local full-service eye care center, discusses some of the common tests conducted in an eye exam.
Sore eyelids can be caused by infections, allergies, trauma or environmental factors. Fortunately, the condition is usually treatable through home remedies and or prescription medication. Read on as your eye doctor from Opti-Care discusses the various symptoms and treatment options for sore eyelids.