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My child’s prescription changes significantly every year. What can I do about it?

In recent years, the number of children who are diagnosed with myopia (or nearsightedness) has dramatically increased. Although many factors contribute to these changes, the good news is that there are methods optometrists can use to slow down the progression of nearsightedness. The objective is to minimize the changes so that the prescription as an adult will be as low as possible. Schedule an appointment with our optometrists to find out more information about our myopia control program today!

Do non-prescription blue light glasses work?

Viewing a digital screen for a prolonged period of time can put significant strain on your visual system. Eyeglass filters and coatings can help decrease some the discomfort created by blue light. However, even minor uncorrected vision problems can cause major problems at the computer. There are people of all ages who don’t need glasses for distance vision who need a combination of a mild prescription for computer glasses with an appropriate glare filter to help decrease eye strain. Schedule an appointment with our doctors today for more information.

I don’t like bifocal glasses, how well do bifocal contacts work?

Unlike bifocal glasses, contact lenses are considered multifocal. This means the contacts provide vision spanning from distance to intermediate or computer range to reading or using your phone. Allowing better flexibility for your visual demands. Schedule an appointment for a consultation today!

I have astigmatism, will contact lenses work for me?

Astigmatism is visual blur caused by an irregularly shaped cornea (front of the eye) or lens. This irregular surface affects how light is focused on the retina (back of the eye). Toric or For Astigmatism contact lenses help focus light, cut out glare or starbursts than spherical contact lenses. Gain more clarity by scheduling an appointment with our doctors today!