There are many considerations to take into account when it comes to deciding whether or not to wear contact lenses. First, the eye doctor needs to figure out if the patient is a good candidate for contact lenses, because certain eye conditions can make wearing them uncomfortable. The patient needs to figure out if their lifestyle permits them to wear contact lenses and, if so, which contact lenses are best for them.
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In today’s digital world, it’s hard to go one hour, let alone one day, without using an electronic device like a smart phone, tablet or computer. Unfortunately, prolonged exposure to screens can be harmful to eyesight. In today’s post, your expert eye doctor from Progressive Eyecare shares some tips to reduce computer eye strain.
Your vision changes over time, which is why you should schedule regular eye exams. Your optometrist will be able to check your eye health and determine if your current prescription is right for you. If you experience any of these symptoms, then we suggest visiting your eye doctor to see if your prescription needs to be adjusted. Here are five warning signs you need new eyeglasses:
Undergoing a comprehensive eye exam with a qualified eye doctor is one of the best ways to safeguard your visual health. An eye exam can detect refractive errors and identify early signs of eye diseases. The earlier you diagnose and begin treating eye conditions, the better the results may be. Today, Progressive Eyecare discusses one type of eye test: retinoscopy.
For many people who wear contact lenses, itchy eyes are a regular occurrence. However, if you’re suffering from persistently red, watery or itchy eyes even without your contacts on, you might have eye allergies, also known as allergic conjunctivitis. Your eye doctor from Progressive Eyecare sheds light on this type of allergy and how you can best manage it.