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Planning for a Successful School Year

When I was a kid, the beginning of each school year was an exciting time for me. Because I didn’t have any brothers or sisters to spend time with at home, I looked forward to seeing, talking with, and playing with my friends at school. And, I was also a book worm. I loved to read all sorts of literature. Do you have kids that you are getting ready to send back to school? The end of summer is always a great time to take your kids to your trusted optician in order for them to have their eyes examined. Because children’s eyes are constantly changing, kids need to visit an eye doctor on a regular basis. On this blog, you will discover the latest trends in kids’ eyewear. Enjoy!


Need Glasses For Your Child? Get An Opticians Opinion First

23 July 2016
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If you have been told that your child is in need of corrective lenses, and you want to get them glasses that won't be an inconvenience, there are some things to consider. You'll want to find an optician that can work with you to get your child the best glasses for school and play, and so they are happy. Getting used to the glasses may be difficult or an adjustment at first, but finding the right fit and style can help ease the transition. Read More …

Tips For Taking Care Of Your Eyes During Your Daily Commute

26 April 2016
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If you spend much of the workday in front of a computer, you might know to take a series of steps to keep your eyes healthy. Things such as blinking frequently and taking computer breaks can prevent unnecessary eyestrain that can send you to your eye-care expert complaining of eye irritation. However, it's also important to think about the health of your eyes during your commute. Protecting your eyes while driving involves more than wearing sunglasses for the times that you're traveling with the sun ahead of you. Read More …

Ptosis: What To Do About Drooping Eyelids

30 March 2016
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One of the challenges of growing old is facing the migration of your face downward. You can use different methods to regain a more youthful face, such as having a facelift or various fillers injected to make your skin tighter. But most of these procedures are considered cosmetic only, so you will have to dig into your savings to pay for them. However, if you have droopy eyelids, your vision may be impacted and surgery may be medically necessary. Read More …

Finding The Best Glasses For An Outdoor Lifestyle

20 January 2016
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If you spend a lot of time outdoors, you might find that your glasses are a liability. Not only can some pairs break easily, but they might not be comfortable to wear unless you choose the right type. Lens Durability First, look at the material the lens is made from. When a lens pops out of your glasses, it can easily be stepped on and broken if it is not made from a durable material. Read More …

The Effects Arthritis Can Have On Your Eyes

17 November 2015
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Not everyone thinks of vision problems when they consider the symptoms of arthritis. But the disease doesn't only affect your muscles and joints. It can affect your eyes as well. Since arthritis can lead to vision problems, you should schedule regular eye exams and make your eye care professional aware that you have arthritis. It's also important for you to be able to recognize the signs of eye diseases for which arthritis puts you at risk so that you can receive prompt treatment to protect your vision. Read More …