Eye & Vision

  • 2020-07-11
  • sunil

Your eyes are unique, and there are many factors that can contribute to answering this important question. By working as a partner with your eye doctor, we’re here to help you arrive at an informed decision about which contact lenses are best for you. First, let’s cover some basic information about your eye health and whether you’re nearsighted, farsighted, or have astigmatism. Contact lenses for astigmatism

We’re often asked, “What type of lens is best for astigmatism?” Great question! These are toric contact lenses, and they can help correct your vision if both near and far objects appear blurry to you. Read our article on astigmatism.

Presbyopia: What is it? Upon reaching age 40 - 45, you may start to find reading objects up close more difficult. This happens to everyone. This farsightedness is called “presbyopia,” and it can be easily corrected with multifocal or bifocal contact lenses. Read our article on presbyopia

Presbyopia: What is it? Upon reaching age 40 - 45, you may start to find reading objects up close more difficult. This happens to everyone. This farsightedness is called “presbyopia,” and it can be easily corrected with multifocal or bifocal contact lenses. Read our article on presbyopia

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