October 2019


6 Reasons It’s Time to Switch Your Contact Lenses

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With the right prescription and the correct type of lenses, contacts can deliver vision correction that is more convenient and more comfortable than eyeglasses. The caveat is that to get […]

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Commonly-Asked Questions about Scleral Lenses and Dry Eye

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Millions of people around the world suffer from dry eye, a condition in which tears in the eye are evaporating too quickly or the eye does not produce enough tears […]

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Contact Lenses Do’s and Don’ts – Tips for Caring for Your Contact Lenses

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Even if your current contact lens routine seems to be working well, you should be aware of some common practices that can threaten your eye health or your vision. For […]

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What Is Keratoconus and How We Use Scleral Lenses to Correct Vision

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The dome-shaped, transparent layer at the front of your eye is known as the cornea. The cornea helps you see by focusing light into your eye. Sometimes, the cornea bulges out […]

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