Are You Experiencing Cataract Symptoms?

Immature cataracts have very little impact on your vision.

Did you know that when you first start developing a cataract, it has very little impact on your vision? You may notice a little blurriness in your vision, however, if you are over the age of 40, you have most likely been dealing with blurry vision already.

The Difference Between Vision Tests Online and Eye Exams

Source: CNN

This new wave of online health services, or those received through telephone or videoconferencing, is described as telemedicine.

“The way I see telemedicine is, it’s a more unique method of delivering health care to individuals, whereby it’s a lot more accessible,” Lee said. “Unlike the typical brick and mortar type locations where you need to make an appointment and go in,

Some Back to School Allergy Friendly Lunches

School is just around the corner and we wanted to share this little great find for packing allergy free lunches for your child. Check out these nutritious and FUN packed menu items. This should keep lunchtime for the upcoming school year something to look forward to!

Gone are the days of packing peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.

Trends for Back to School Glasses

Check out our trendy eye wear in our optical shop to help make your child feel confidently cool – both in and out of the classroom.

With 80 percent of learning coming through the eyes, this back-to-school season, it’s more important than ever to make sure kids are equipped with the correct eyewear for their unique vision needs.

Helpful Hints to Choose the RIGHT Glasses for You

You don’t need to be a fashion expert to find eyeglass frames that look great on you. Eyeconic makes finding the right frames simple. Use the following four tips to find the frames that work best for your style.

Face Shape
Is your face round, oval, square, diamond or heart-shaped? The shape of your face will help you determine which frames enhance your look.

Summertime Tips for Eye Care and Safety

1. Wear Sunglasses with Ultraviolet Protection

It is pretty obvious, sunglasses are the NUMBER ONE source for effective eye protection against the sun. We protect our skin from the harmful ultraviolet radiation (UVR), so why not the eyes too?

The BEST way to protect your eyes from UVR exposure is to purchase and consistently wear sunglasses with 100-percent protection against both UVA and UVB rays.

Swing Into Spring

Suns out. Shades on.

Prescription and non-prescription sunglasses, far from being just a fashion statement or finishing touch accessory, are a necessary tool for the health of your eyes. Sunglasses should really be worn year-round to protect your eyes from UV rays and eye strain from excessive light, and to avoid the complications that can arise from these issues.

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