The American Association of Ophthalmology has designated December as “Safe Toys and Celebrations Month.” In today’s article, EyeSite of the Villages, a top local glaucoma doctor, explains how to keep your eyes safe during the holidays, especially on New Year’s Eve. [Read more…]
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Most types of contact lenses are not safe to where while you sleep. Unfortunately, many people ignore this rule and wear them to bed anyway. Today, Eyesite of the Villages, a top local eye doctor, discusses the risks of failing to remove your contacts before going to bed. [Read more…]
Having regular eye exams is the single, most effective way to keep your eyes in good health. Eye exams allow for early detection of underlying vision problems so you can receive immediate and proper treatment.
Glaucoma is sometimes called the “silent thief of sight” because many patients experience no symptoms until the condition has already advanced to a late stage. If not detected in the early stages by a glaucoma doctor, the condition can lead to irreversible vision loss, impairing your ability to conduct a wide variety of everyday life activities such as driving a motor vehicle.
Your ability to see the world around you is thanks to an incredibly complex process involving coordination between your eyes and brain. Your eyes are sensitive organs that need to be properly cared for to ensure your vision remains strong throughout your life. As we observe Eye Injury Prevention Month this October, here’s a guide to common eye injuries and ways to prevent them from EyeSite of the Villages, a top local glaucoma doctor.
Glaucoma is sometimes called the “silent thief of sight” because it causes no symptoms in the early stages. By the time symptoms of glaucoma appear, the condition has already progressed to an advanced stage. In today’s post, your trusted eyeglasses store and eye care clinic, EyeSite of The Villages, explains how to find out if you have glaucoma.