When you are suffering from dry eye symptoms, you’d do just about anything to find relief. But did you know that wearing contact lenses can actually help dry eyes? Yes, it’s true that wearing contact lenses can impede the distribution of lubrication across the surface of your eye, but they can also help, and here’s how.
If you are suffering from dry eyes, you probably have a lot of questions. What causes dry eyes? Is there anything I can do to fix the problem, and what kinds of treatments are available?
When your eyes are healthy and functioning normally it’s easy to take them for granted. But when you experience dry eyes, the burning, blurry or gritty sensation can become all you can think about.
There’s a lot of options to explore when you are looking into an effective way to reduce dry eye symptoms. There are drops and supplements and ointments, but what option is right for you?
As we age, there are common eye issues that can crop up, and many of them can have a big impact on your vision.
You’ve probably heard the terms farsighted and nearsighted before (especially if you use eyeglasses or contact lenses in order to correct your vision), but it can be hard at times to remember which is which!
Nothing strikes fear in the heart of a parent like the word pink eye, but pink eye is a common eye issue and is rarely serious.
Age-related macular degeneration, or AMD, is the most common cause of vision loss for individuals over the age of 50. Read on to learn more about AMD, and how it is diagnosed and treated.
When it comes to ocular aesthetics, there are many different methods and products available to help improve your appearance. But when it comes to lengthening your eyelashes, what exactly is Latisse, and how is it different from the other options out there?
As we get older our focusing system gets weaker and we find ourselves holding our phones, menus, and reading material out further. This process is known as presbyopia and usually occurs around the age of 40. Some will try to prolong the need for reading glasses as long as possible, but there is no known way to reverse it.