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What Do You See?

When you look around the room, what do you see? Do you see everything clearly, or are there spots in your visual field that are a bit blurry or fuzzy? If your answer is the latter, you need to see an optometrist for an assessment. In fact, it is a good idea to see an optometrist once a year whether or not you are actually noticing any changes to your vision. Optometrists offer vital services for us all. If you're seeking a better understanding of those services, then we invite you to read the articles provided on this blog, which is all about optometrists and their work.


What Do You See?

  • Is It Time to Visit a Competent Eye Doctor? Here Are 3 Signs to Watch Out For

    2 November 2020

    Vision is arguably the most important of the five senses. If you want your eyesight to serve you for many years, you have to be careful about what you eat, the kind of light you expose your eyes to, and how you deal with eye infections. While some eye diseases such as strabismus, short and long-sightedness, squinting, and walleyes are genetic, there are other conditions that you can control. The most important thing is to understand the common indicators that your eye health might be failing and see an experienced optometrist at the right time.

  • Eye Care You May Be Skimping On

    19 October 2020

    Vision care is most likely something you are skimping out on, and eye care as well. Both are very important in your day to day living and important in preventing vision or eye concerns that could be irreversible. Taking care of your eyes is something you should be doing daily, but most rarely even think about this. Read on for some eye care you may be forgetting about or skimping out on to help you care for your eyes.

  • 3 Treatments For Vision Loss

    28 September 2020

    Vision loss is something very serious and shouldn't be taken lightly. If you are experiencing a loss of vision, you should report it to your optometrist. If you have sudden vision loss especially, it should be reported immediately. A sudden loss of vision is usually a sign of some other type of disorder, which will also need to be treated in order to help prevent further vision loss. Health issues, such as diabetes, can result in a loss of vision.

  • Early Screening And Intervention Can Help Prevent Serious Vision Disorders

    27 August 2020

    Clear vision is critical to a child's early learning and social development, and the sooner eye problems are detected and treated, the better the treatment outcome. Unfortunately, children may not understand or be able to communicate that they are having vision problems. That's why vision screening in prekindergarten children is so important. Yet too many parents are unaware of the importance of early screening and wait until it is provided by their child's school.

  • 3 Ways You Aren't Taking Care Of Your Eyes

    27 July 2020

    You most likely don't give your eyes a second thought throughout the day, you just take for granted that you can see clearly each and every day. That can all change if you aren't careful with your vision and your eyes. You could begin to lose your eyesight and will need prescription lenses before too long, or your vision will worsen and you'll need a stronger prescription. Some of your bad habits could become a major issue for your eyes.