Multifocal Contact Lenses

Multifocal Contact Lenses Once we reach our mid-40s, presbyopia – the normal, age-related loss of flexibility of the lens inside our eye – makes it difficult for us to focus on near objects. In the past, reading glasses were the only option available to contact lens...

Eye Allergies

Eye Allergies Similar to processes that occur with other types of allergic responses, the eye may overreact to a substance perceived as harmful even though it may not be. For example, dust that is harmless to most people can cause excessive tear production and mucus...

Eight Ways To Protect Your Eyesight

Eight Ways To Protect Your Eyesight Sight-threatening eye problems affect one in six adults aged 45 and older. And the risk for vision loss increases with age. In fact, a recent American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) report estimates that more than 43 million...

Are Contact Lenses a Good Choice for Kids?

Are Contact Lenses a Good Choice for Kids? A common question many parents have about contact lenses and kids is: “When is my child old enough to wear contact lenses?” Physically, your child’s eyes can tolerate contact lenses at a very young age. Some...