The Why Behind Color Eyewear Lenses

The Why Behind Color Eyewear Lenses

While we love colored eyewear lenses as an opportunity to make a bold fashion statement, that’s not all they can do. A different lens color for your eyewear or sunglasses can help filter light differently to fit your unique needs best. Unsure if you could benefit from...
Dry Eye: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment

Dry Eye: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment

What Is Dry Eye? A continued lack of lubrication and moisture within the eye causes symptoms categorized as dry eye syndrome. The lack of tears and moisture to keep the surface of the eye lubricated, as well as wash away debris and dust, can cause eye discomfort and...
6 Common Eye Symptoms and What to Do

6 Common Eye Symptoms and What to Do

Suffering from eye discomfort or blurry vision can be scary, especially if it comes on suddenly or is a result of a dramatic event. Below are some of the common eye-related disorders. However, remember that common doesn’t mean it should be ignored. If you are...
Protecting Your Eyes in Every Season

Protecting Your Eyes in Every Season

There are many things we need to protect our eyes from all year round, including allergies, dry eye, and harmful UV rays. Each of these could affect your eyes any day of the year.  Take a look at these tips for protecting your eyes so you can stay allergy-free,...
Eye Exams: What to Expect

Eye Exams: What to Expect

Yearly comprehensive eye exams are crucial to detecting changes in your vision and risk of eye-related diseases. We recommend adults have a comprehensive eye exam every year, and children should have an eye exam as early as six months before they start school, and...
How Eating Healthy Affects Your Eyes

How Eating Healthy Affects Your Eyes

The foods and vitamins you consume affect your body’s overall health, including your eyes. With a healthy diet and lifestyle, the likelihood of developing some eye diseases and health disorders dramatically decreases. With a few simple steps, your body will...
Bifocal vs Progressive Lenses

Bifocal vs Progressive Lenses

For individuals that need vision correction both near and far, progressive or bifocal lenses are a must-have! As your eyes age and your vision changes, age-related farsightedness or presbyopia may start to affect your vision. What are Bifocal or Progressive Lenses?...