Protecting Yourself From Dry Eyes This Winter

Winter is just around the corner, and with winter comes a host of wonderful things like ice-skating, hot chocolate, holidays, and more; however, winter also brings a few not-so-wonderful experiences like runny noses, chapped lips, and dry eyes. If you’re one of...

A Parent’s Guide To Eye Care For Children

It can be hard keeping up with all the responsibilities of being a parent. Sometimes, in all the hustle and bustle, eye care gets overlooked and the vision of your children isn’t made a high priority—especially if your child isn’t currently wearing glasses. However,...

Understanding Being Nearsighted vs. Farsighted

If you tell someone that you wear glasses or contact lenses, a common question you’ll get asked is if you are nearsighted or farsighted. Although the question only requires a simple answer, understanding the difference between nearsighted vision vs. farsighted...

Tips for First Time Bifocal Glasses Wearers

As you age, so do your eyes, and one of the most common age-related vision conditions is called presbyopia. The condition is similar to farsightedness, but it requires you to wear bifocals in most cases. Making the change to bifocals can take some time to get used to,...