Optique Vision Blog

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How Do I Know if I Have an Astigmatism?

Astigmatism is a term that frequently pops up during eye exams, and it might be a condition that you've heard of before. However, do you really understand what astigmatism is, how it impacts your vision, and how to know if you have it?

Specialty vs. Regular Contact Lenses

For many individuals with vision problems, contact lenses are a preferred solution over glasses. They offer freedom from the limitations of frames, and they don't fog up or get wet in the rain.

Benefits of Optomap Retinal Imaging

Eye health is often overlooked in our general health management, which is a serious mistake. Many systemic diseases like hypertension, diabetes, and even cancer can manifest early signs in our eyes.

Can Children Wear Contact Lenses?

Do you have a child with vision issues? If so, would contact lenses be a good solution for them?

The Danger of Prolonged Eye Exposure to UV Rays

Your eyes are the organs that get you through your daily routines. Despite their precarious placement, you don’t really put much thought into protecting them.

Top 2023 Eyewear Trends

Optica, the former Optical Society of America, states that having your own style is important for your self-image. Studies show that wearing fashionable items can help you deal with situations and interact with others with more ease.

Risk Factors for Glaucoma

Do you cherish your vision and want to maintain the health of your eyes? If so, learning more about glaucoma risk factors will help you achieve it.

What Options Are There to Treat Myopia?

Are you tired of squinting to read restaurant menus or struggling to see the whiteboard during a presentation? If so, you are not alone—nearsightedness, or myopia, is a prevalent refractive error affecting millions worldwide. 

Medical Eye Care for Eye Diseases

It makes sense to have a primary care physician who regularly takes care of your family. Having a clear history of your family's health and lifestyle makes them well-placed to make knowledgeable and trustworthy healthcare decisions. In the same vein, having a good eye doctor to attend to your family’s eye health needs will ensure the same level of trust and care.

Symptoms of Dry Eye

Dry eye syndrome commonly affects between 16 and 49 million Americans. More women have the condition than men. Also, older people deal with dry eye more than young people. It occurs when the eyes produce insufficient or unstable tears. It can lead to various symptoms that can be uncomfortable and painful and may even affect your quality of life.

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