Dr. Elise Kramer
Do I Need Contacts If I Have Dry Eye?
Dry eye is a common condition that occurs when the eyes do not produce enough tears or the tears you do produce evaporate too quickly. This can be caused by […]Read More
What is it Like to Have Keratoconus?
Ask anyone in the optical industry, and they’ll tell you that thinner is not always better. At least when it comes to your eyes. For an average, healthy person to […]Read More
10 Tips to Try If It’s Hard to Fit Contact Lenses
Millions of Americans wear contact lenses, but many find it hard to fit contact lenses when they are new to wearing them. Yet, after practicing the technique if you have […]Read More
Can Nearsightedness Be Controlled?
Nearsightedness, which is clinically referred to as myopia, is a serious eye condition that continues to affect more people globally each year. In the United States alone, approximately 40 percent […]Read More
Are Ortho-K Lenses Better Than Glasses for Your Child?
Myopia, or nearsightedness, is a common type of refractive error where close objects appear clear but distant objects appear out of focus or blurry. Myopia affects children and adults, and […]Read More