What Causes Nearsightedness?

What Causes Nearsightedness?

Nearsightedness, also known as myopia, means that you see better near than far. This is corrected using glasses, contact lenses, or through refractive surgery such as Lasik surgery in Los Angeles, PRK, Smile, or ICL. There is an international epidemic of nearsightedness sweeping the world. Nearsightedness usually develops in children or young adults. Approximately one-third …

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Infection Risk for Those Who Wear Contacts

Infection Risk for Those Who Wear Contacts

Serious infection is always something eye doctors worry about a great deal. Infections can cause scarring of the cornea with a partial loss of vision, possibly requiring an operation to return the vision to normal. A recent study reviewed the scientific literature to compare the serious infection rates for people wearing contact lenses to people …

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Aging Eyes: Vision Over Time

Aging Eyes: Vision Over Time

The eyes are the windows to our souls. But over time, the windows to our soul can become cloudy. Just like our physique, our eyes also exhibit age-related decline. Age-related decline such as presbyopia, the inability to adjust our focus from far to near, is normal as we age. But it does not mean that …

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Protect your eyes with sunglasses

Protect your eyes with sunglasses Sunglasses certainly are fashionable and make your vision feel more comfortable when out in the bright sun. Hopefully, you know how important sunglasses are in protecting your eyes from the harmful UV rays of the sun. Yes, the same UV rays that cause aging of the skin and skin cancer …

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