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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!

5 Reasons Every Toddler Should Get an Eye Exam
If you have a young child who hasn’t started school yet, you may not have thought about eye exams. However, now is the perfect time to get your little one’s eyes checked to make sure they are in good health and your child is seeing properly. Here are 5 reasons every toddler should get an eye exam: 1) To help...
Lumify Eye Drops
Do your eyes always look red or bloodshot? Are you tired of people asking if you smoke or have pink eye? Does having healthy looking white eyes sound like a dream come true? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you should try Bausch and Lomb's Lumify redness reliever eye drops! These new drops are one of a kind and...
An Expert's Advice on Eyelash Extensions (Including Cost, Complications, and More)
Do you want to speed up your routine in the morning without makeup? Are you getting married or attending a formal event? Do you long for longer, fuller and more defined eyelashes? All of these reasons and more have contributed to why eyelash extensions have become so popular over the last few years. Unfortunately, before getting fake lashes, many...
4 Early Stage Eye Diseases and How to Treat Them Effectively
When you receive a routine eye exam, often times you’ll find your eye health is great and there are no problems. However, occasionally eye diseases are detected in the early stages by your eye doctor. With early detection comes the option to receive proper treatment and avoid complications. That’s why it’s so important to have yearly exams, even when...
Child wearing sunglasses while running
Does your kid spend a lot of time running around and playing outdoors? If you're like most parents, you probably lather them up with suntan lotion every couple of hours, right? Especially since there's nothing worse than getting a bad sunburn. But what about their eyes? Does your child have sunglasses to protect their eyes from the sun? The truth is, most parents...
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...
Subconjunctival hemorrhage
While a broken blood vessel on your eye can look scary, a subconjunctival hemorrhage is almost always harmless and often heals on its own. In the video below, Dr. Amanda Rights reviews what you need to know about having a broken blood vessel in your eye (also known as a subconjunctival hemorrhage).  https://youtu.be/ja-kS2DaZEA If you don’t like the video or want more...
Here's How the FDA Approval of IDx-DR Will Impact Diabetics
There are currently over 4 million people living with permanent vision loss from diabetes. This is especially sad because, according to the National Institutes of Health, the risk of vision loss from diabetes can be reduced by 95% with regular access to eye care. In this article, I'm going to review what diabetic retinopathy is as well as talk...
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...
Scleral Contact Lenses - A Perfect Fit for Irregular Corneas & Dry Eyes!
Scleral contact lenses are specialty contacts primarily used to improve the vision of people with corneal irregularities. In fact, the most common reasons to wear scleral lenses are if you have keratoconus, had a corneal transplant, or are suffering from severe dry eye disease. In the video below, Dr. Jaclyn Garlich talks about what you need to know before being fit...