2 Tips For Easing Your Vision Correction Surgery Recovery

Posted on: 3 May 2016

Vision correction surgery is quickly becoming one of the most popular methods for improving vision, but many people are still frightened of the potential recovery period. Listed below are two tips that can help ease your recovery after your vision correction surgery.  Use Eye Protection One of the most important things that you can do after your surgery is to make sure that you protect your eyes as much as possible. [Read More]

What Does It Mean If Your Baby's Eyes Are Crossed?

Posted on: 27 April 2016

Many parents of infants find themselves at one time or another worried that their baby has crossed eyes. This is normal for many parents. If you believe your baby has crossed eyes, it may help you to know what the warning signs are and what causes babies eyes to cross. Young Babies Cross Their Eyes Naturally When babies are first born, they have little control over their eyes. They cannot focus on far away objects, nor can they move their eyes together all the time. [Read More]

How To Deal With Common Contact Lens Problems

Posted on: 12 April 2016

Being able to wear contacts instead of glasses can be a huge blessing.  It makes it easier to participate in sports, go camping and just function more easily in day-to-day life.  However, most contact lens wearers experience some sort of discomfort at some point when wearing contacts.  The following are common problems and some possible solutions. Burning Eyes If your eyes burn when you put in your contact lenses it could be because they are coming into contact with a harmful substance for your eyes. [Read More]

What's That Strange Bump On Your Eyelid?

Posted on: 14 March 2016

Do you have a nodule-like bump that recently appeared on your upper or lower eyelid? Chances are, you're suffering from what is known as a chalazion. Thankfully, chalazia look a lot more serious than they actually are. You're going to be just fine. Read on to learn more about what causes these bumps and how you should treat them. What causes chalazia? What are they? The tissues on the inside of your eyelid contain little oil glands that release fatty acid secretions that help lubricate the eye. [Read More]