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What is Myopia or Nearsightedness?

What is Myopia or Nearsightedness?

Myopia, also known as nearsightedness, is a refractive condition in which an individual can see clearly at near but has blurred vision in the distance.   Who Can Have Myopia or Nearsightedness? Myopia can affect anyone from birth into old age. Most newborns will...
Understanding Soft Contact Lenses

Understanding Soft Contact Lenses

Contact lenses eliminate the need for having to wear glasses, which can be beneficial for sports, cosmetic reasons, and the ability to see outside the limitation of a glasses lens. In today’s world, with so many different outlets for getting contact lenses, it is more...
Why You Should Try Multifocal Contact Lenses

Why You Should Try Multifocal Contact Lenses

Presbyopia, the inability to focus on objects up close, is a process that often begins to become more noticeable in an individual’s late thirties to mid forties. Multifocal lenses, usually being progressive lenses, are a great option that provide improved vision at...
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...