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Eye Care

Our eye care team writes about several topics like vision, eye health, glasses, contact lenses, and more. They also feature comprehensive product and service reviews. Not sure where to start? Check out our post on the best contact lenses available in 2019 as well as our glasses and sunglasses guides. If you like our posts, subscribe to our newsletter!

Classroom school vision screenings.
If you have a school-aged child, you’re bound to one day receive a letter about school vision screenings. But what exactly does that screening entail? Is it enough to ensure the health and vision of your child’s eyes? Fortunately for you, I’m here to take the mystery out of school vision screenings and answer the questions that parents typically...
HUBBLE Contacts
First and foremost, let me be clear, this is NOT our normal contact lens review. In fact, no one on our team even fits Hubble Contacts (and I'll explain why in this article). However, since we pride ourselves on providing you with accurate and transparent information, I decided to research, order, and review Hubble Contacts. Below is a complete...
GUNNAR Glasses Review, Pricing, and More
If you're reading this review, chances are you saw Joe Croft pitch Gunnar Computer Glasses on Shark Tank! Or, maybe you're a hardcore gamer and you're interested in learning more about the ever popular Gunnar Gaming Glasses. Regardless of how you landed here, I'm glad you did. As an optometrist, my passion is educating patients and those who visit this website on...
Keratoconus is an uncommon eye disease where the front of your eye, known as the cornea, begins to thin and lose it’s normally round shape.
Keratoconus is an uncommon eye disease where the front of your eye, known as the cornea, begins to thin and lose it’s normally round shape. In the video below, Dr. Danny Mack discusses what you need to know about keratoconus. https://youtu.be/A5nkW2dtrxY If you don’t like the video or want more information, continue reading. Upon doing so, it starts to bulge out and can...
Here is what soft toric contact lenses look like up close.
If you have astigmatism and are looking to be fit with contacts, chances are your eye doctor will prescribe you toric contact lenses. Astigmatism is a common vision problem that causes blur, shadowing, or doubling of images when glasses or contact lenses aren’t worn. It falls into a similar category as nearsightedness and farsightedness but causes blurry vision both up close...
How To Choose the Right Sunglasses For Your Sport
Competing at your best means seeing your best, and different sports require different types of frames and lenses to protect your eyes and give you a competitive edge. In the video below, optical guru Daniel Brunson highlights exactly how to choose the right sunglasses for your sport. https://youtu.be/CAL3HxJxrEI If you don’t like the video or want more information, continue reading. Let’s start with...
VSP Vision Insurance Review
Do you have VSP Vision Insurance? Maybe you're shopping for vision insurance and want to learn more about what VSP has to offer! In this article, I'll provide you with exactly what you need to know about VSP Vision Insurance, including what it covers, who takes it, how much it costs, and more! Interested in an individual or family VSP...
Biotrue ONEday Review, Pricing, and More
Are you looking for an environmentally friendly contact lens that also has UV protection? Do you spend several hours a day on digital devices and need a lens that keeps up with your lifestyle? If so, consider trying Bausch + Lomb’s Biotrue ONEday contact lenses! RELATED: These Are the Best Contact Lenses Currently Available Surface Active Technology & UV protection  Biotrue ONEday was...
Hordeolum (Stye) - Exactly How To Treat This Annoying Eyelid Condition
Did you know that there are two types of hordeola (plural for hordeolum) but only one is actually called a stye? In the video below, Dr. Amanda Rights reviews what you need to know about having an internal or external hordeolum (i.e. stye).  https://youtu.be/RBIrbmk0FEs If you don’t like the video or want more information, continue reading. What is a hordeolum? A hordeolum is a red, painful bump...
Difficulty focusing can impact copying information off the chalkboard in school
Today I'm going to review the link between vision and learning. Did you know that 80% of the information you learn comes through your vision? This means that in order to achieve your highest potential, good vision is essential! So how does vision develop and how can you make sure that you have the best vision possible? In the video...