Did you know that you’re at a higher risk of developing eye problems in the summer? In today’s post, your local eye doctor discusses different ways the summer heat can harm your eyes.
Both seasonal eye allergies and dry eye syndrome are characterized by red, itchy, watery eyes. Many people suffer from both conditions during spring and summer.
Digital devices such as cellphones, computers and tablets that we use every day emit blue light, which may have adverse effects on your overall health. In this post, your local eye doctor, EyeSite of The Villages, discusses what blue light glasses are and how they can help.
Having health insurance is definitely a necessity these days. But what about vision insurance? As we observe World Health Day this month, your eye doctor discusses things you should know about vision insurance.
Blepharitis is a common eye disorder caused by either bacteria or a skin condition. It can affect anyone, but it isn’t contagious and doesn’t lead to permanent eye damage.
Have you ever noticed that your child often copies your actions? Mimicking the things they see is one of the primary ways they learn at an early age, and this is why taking care of their eyes is so important. One of the best ways to maintain your child’s visual health is to identify and manage vision irregularities as soon as possible.
Your children’s sense of sight plays an important role in their learning and development. The colors and movements they see help stimulate their brain processes. They also learn as they mimic your gestures and actions.
In people with ocular hypertension, the pressure inside the eyes (i.e., intraocular pressure or IOP) is greater than 21 mmHg. Without immediate and proper treatment, this condition could lead to glaucoma and vision loss. Read on as your provider of quality eyeglasses and other eye care services talks about this vision problem in detail.
The macula is a small, sensitive spot in the center of the retina. Made up of millions of light-sensitive cells, the macula is responsible for providing your central vision.
You’ve probably come across people wearing eyeglasses that change color when they go outdoors and wonder how that happens. No magic tricks were involved in creating these eyeglasses; all it takes is a little science. An eye doctor from EyeSite of The Villages discusses what makes photochromic lenses unique in today’s post.