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Understanding Your Glasses Prescription

Understanding Your Glasses Prescription

When you receive an eye examination, you often leave with a copy of your prescription, which includes numbers for the exact specifications of the glasses you need. These numbers include the sphere, the cylinder, and the axis. Sphere, cylinder, and axis can also all be...
How to Treat a Corneal Abrasion

How to Treat a Corneal Abrasion

A cut to the eye can be one of the most physically painful experiences in an individual’s life. The front surface of the eye, the cornea, is a delicate structure important for transmitting light and protecting the eye. This structure has many nerves and is very...
Eye Problems and Down’s Syndrome

Eye Problems and Down’s Syndrome

Down’s syndrome is a condition in which chromosome 21 is duplicated, resulting in three copies rather than just two. It is associated with intellectual, developmental, and physical changes. The eyes are one component and there are a variety of conditions that...
Unique Glasses and Contact Lens Options

Unique Glasses and Contact Lens Options

In addition to regular spectacles and contact lenses, there are a number of lesser known options for vision correction. These are often built for certain work or play activities or specific eye conditions. Read on to learn more about some of these unique options....
How Pregnancy Can Affect Your Eyes

How Pregnancy Can Affect Your Eyes

In addition to the many other bodily changes taking place during pregnancy, a mom-to-be can also have changes in the eyes. These are usually transient and go back to normal after the pregnancy, but it is wise to keep a close watch on them with an eye examination if...