Eye safety—it’s not just for the workplace. Indeed, there are many potential risks to your vision lurking in your own home, from sharp kitchen utensils to household chemicals. Even day-to-day tasks can pose a threat, if you’re not careful. Understanding what good eye safety looks like at home is the first step to protecting your sight. Opti-Care, the trusted provider of prescription contact lenses and eyeglasses in the area, explains more.[Read more…]
The American Optometric Association (AOA) says adults should schedule comprehensive eye exams every two years. Doing so will go a long way in the early detection of vision-threatening conditions like cataracts, glaucoma and macular degeneration. It will also let you know if you need to update your prescription eyeglasses or contact lenses.[Read more…]
Today, it’s nearly impossible to avoid using digital devices like smartphones, tablets and computers. People use them for work, education and even leisure. However, spending too much time in front of screens can negatively affect your eyes.[Read more…]
Eye injuries represent a major problem for athletes of all ages and levels of ability. Unfortunately, many athletes fail to recognize the danger of sports-related eye injuries until it is too late. If you’re an athlete, it’s important to keep your eyes healthy while playing sports or engaging in physical activity. Read on as Opti-Care provides an overview of sports-related eye injuries.[Read more…]
Eye injuries present a major problem for people of all ages and levels of ability who play sports. Unfortunately, many of them fail to recognize such dangers until it is too late. Whether you are an athlete or someone who plays sports for leisure, it’s important to keep your eyes healthy and protected when engaging in this kind of activity. Read on as the trusted eye doctor at Opti-Care provides an overview of sports-related eye injuries.