What You Need to Know about Blue-Violet Light, How It Can Harm Your Vision, and How to Protect Your Eyes

You may be aware that long-term exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light can cause permanent eye injury and disease, such as cataracts. Many products are marketed for their ability to protect eyes from UV damage: eyeglasses, sunglasses, and even contact lenses are now available with anti-UV coatings. However, you may not know that visible blue-violet light also poses a threat to your optical health. Below is more information on this menace to eyesight and what you can do to protect your eyes from being harmed: Read More 

5 Facts to Know Before Scheduling Cataract Surgery as a Younger Patient

While previous generations used to accept blurry vision as a natural part of aging, modern eye care patients stop by for an assessment at the slightest change in reading power. This increasing trust in healthcare is beneficial because it helps optometrists catch the earliest warning signs of cataracts in young patients. If your eye doctor wants to schedule cataract removal surgery and you're well under the retirement age, consider these facts that affect your surgical experience. Read More 

Need New Eyeglasses For Children And Adults? What’s Trending In Corrective Eyewear

If your current eyeglasses don't fit properly over your face or correct your vision anymore, you may wonder if there are other types of eyewear you can use that work better for your needs. There are many recent trends in eyewear that may improve your vision in the future, including self-adjusting lenses. Here's how self-adjusting eyeglasses work and tips you can use to improve your vision until self-adjusting eyewear hits the market. Read More 

How To Reduce Retinal Detachment Concerns After Cataract Surgery

If you have cataracts that have been affecting your vision, then it may be time to seek out a professional who can complete a cataract surgery. Cataract surgery has a success rate of around 98%. This means that your vision is likely to improve immensely after the procedure is over, and complication risks are low. However, there are still some complications you should consider, since every surgical operation has risks, no matter how small they are. Read More 

5 Things You Need To Know About Ocular Lymphoma

Lymphoma is a type of cancer that affects the blood cells, specifically the lymphocytes. Lymphocytes are white blood cells and are responsible for fighting off bacteria and viruses. Lymphocytes are found throughout your body, so lymphoma can develop anywhere, including inside your eyes. Here are five things you need to know about lymphoma of the eyes, also known as ocular lymphoma. What are the signs of ocular lymphoma? Ocular lymphoma can cause a wide variety of symptoms. Read More