It is estimated that by the year 2050, half of the world’s population will have myopia, or nearsightedness. As of 2016, 40% of Americans had the condition. While there is no cure for myopia, the good news is that with the help of an eye doctor, there are ways to slow down the progression of the condition among children. [Read more…]
Many eye diseases and conditions are unnoticeable at their early stages. That’s why it’s incredibly important for you to get an eye exam regularly. An eye doctor will be able to evaluate your eye health and treat any diseases that they can find. In today’s article, your trusted eye doctor from Opti-Care, discusses the questions you should ask during your eye exam. [Read more…]
Children’s eyesight plays a vital role in their learning and development. From recognizing faces to learning how to read, they depend heavily on their sense of sight. This is why if your child complains of eye discomfort, it’s important to bring them to an eye doctor and have their eyes checked.
After the age of 40, you may experience changes to your vision. Even if you’ve never needed eyeglasses before, you might find that you suddenly need a pair for activities like reading or looking at your phone.
In this post, Opti-Care highlights common eye conditions that arise later in life.
Hepatitis is a disease that primarily affects the liver, but it can affect your eye health as well. This condition is particularly dangerous because symptoms don’t manifest until significant damage has already been done to your eyes.