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Caring for Your Lash Extensions with Hypochlorous Acid

Lash extensions have become a staple in many beauty routines, providing a fuller, more dramatic look without the need for daily mascara application.

Are Multifocal Contact Lenses Right For You?

If you’re tired of constantly switching between reading glasses and distance lenses, multifocal contact lenses might just be the solution you've been searching for.

Navigating the World of Progressive Lenses: Are You Ready?

Are you considering making the switch to progressive lenses but feeling unsure if they're the right fit for you? With so many options available, it's essential to weigh the advantages and disadvantages before making a decision.

Why Is My Child Blinking So Much? Could it be Pediatric Dry Eyes?

Dry eyes in children might not be as commonly discussed as in adults, but it's a condition that can significantly impact their comfort and vision. In this blog, we'll explore what pediatric dry eyes are, their symptoms, causes, treatment options, prevention measures, home remedies, and the importance of scheduling an eye exam. 

20 Health Problems Unveiled through Eye Exams

Your eyes are not just the windows to your soul; they also serve as mirrors reflecting your overall health. Regular eye exams are not only crucial for maintaining good vision but can also detect a myriad of health problems.

Dry Eyes are More Common in Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a common hormonal disorder that affects women, particularly during their reproductive years. This condition can have far-reaching consequences, affecting various organs of the body.

How far can the human eye see?

On perfectly flat ground, under ideal atmospheric conditions, and no obstructions the human eye can see approximately 3 miles only to be limited by the curvature of the Earth. Yet, we can see tall buildings past the 3 miles because there is no horizon obstruction. You can also see stars at night that are millions of miles away!

Do I Need Reading Glasses and Will They Make My Eyes Worse?

Reading glasses are a common accessory for many as they age, providing a boost to vision when focusing on close-up tasks. However, questions often arise about their impact on eyesight, the right time to start using them, and potential associations with eye diseases.

How Long Can I Use an open Eye-Drop Bottle For?

The lifespan of an opened eye-drop bottle can vary. Typically, it's recommended to discard opened eye-drop bottles after a month or as indicated on the packaging. Preservative-free eye drops may have a shorter shelf life and are often meant for single-use.

Eye doctor secrets: Why the heck do they dilate our eyes?

Eye exams are crucial for maintaining optimal eye health and visual acuity, but what many people may not realize is that dilating the eyes is a vital component of a comprehensive examination.

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