Cataracts are the leading cause of blindness worldwide. Unlike other vision conditions, it can’t be corrected with glasses or contact lenses. Up to date, the only treatment for cataracts is removing the cloudy lens and replacing it with an intraocular lens through surgery.
Summer’s just around the corner, and you probably have lots of outdoor time planned with your family. While spending time with your little ones outdoors is exciting, don’t forget to protect their sensitive eyes from the sun’s harmful rays. Here’s what your eye care center suggests you do:
Computer vision syndrome, also known as digital eye strain, causes eye soreness and heaviness after you’ve used devices for a prolonged period. It’s a common complaint nowadays since many people look at monitors or screens for several minutes each day. Here’s what else your eye care center wants you to know about this vision problem.
Glasses are a godsend of an invention; if you have vision problems, an eye doctor will prescribe you your glasses and, voila–you can see.If you don’t want the sun to get in your eyes, pop on some sunglasses and you have can comfortably see on a sunny day to watch your kids play. Glasses can even make you look more fashionable.
Eye allergies or allergic conjunctivitis, characterized by red, itchy, watery eyes, occur when an allergen irritates the membrane that covers the eye and the inner eyelid.
The month of January is National Glaucoma Awareness Month, which is why AAPECS Atlantic Eye Care, your local eye care center, is here to spread awareness about this vision-related condition. It is marked by high intraocular pressure (IOP), leading to damage to the optic nerve. Often considered the “silent thief of sight,” as much as 40% of a person’s vision can be lost without warning.
Our eyes exhibit a decline in performance as we age. Fortunately, most of these age-related eye changes are perfectly normal and don’t indicate any sort of disease. However, you should be aware that you will need to adjust if you want to maintain clear vision as you grow older. AAPECS Atlantic Eye Care can prescribe eyeglasses that will correct your vision. Today, we will talk about these eyeglasses and explain the different available options for patients.
AAPECS Atlantic Eye Care is a trusted eye care center with decades of experience working with patients of all ages. Our practice is patient-oriented, and as part of our services, we aim to teach patients about the best way to take of their eyes. Today, we will discuss diabetic eye care and how to prevent eye problems if you have diabetes.
Eyeglasses were once the only go-to eyewear option for people with vision problems, but that changed when contact lenses emerged. Unlike traditional eyeglasses, contact lenses do not obstruct the peripheral vision and are perfect for wearers who participate in active sports. This corrective eyewear, however, has many forms with different requirements.