Let’s be honest, everyone want’s to look good, feel good and see well out of their glasses! But when the fine print on your restaurant menus or your smartphone starts to get blurry, the fear of needing reading glasses or bifocals to see is real!
In the video below, Sheena Taff discusses what you need to know about progressive glasses.
Have you ever wondered what's the difference between an ophthalmologist, optometrist, and optician? Honestly, all three titles start with "op" and a quick google search on the topic can be somewhat confusing.
Known as the 3 O's of eye care, there are distinct similarities and differences between these professions. In this article, our team of eye care professionals breaks down...
Do you wear glasses? Depending on what your eye doctor prescribed, single vision lenses help you see at one of the following distances:
Up close - as if you’re looking at your cell phone.
In the distance - as if you’re looking at street signs.
Somewhere in between - as if you’re looking at your computer.
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Do you have trouble seeing things clearly in the distance, like your tv or street signs? If so, you may have myopia (otherwise known as nearsightedness).
Simply put, myopia is a common visual condition that causes objects you’re looking at in the distance to appear blurry while objects up close remain clear.
For example, if you have myopia, you may...