We’re living in unprecedented times, with the COVID-19 pandemic virtually upending the way we live.
It’s pretty much a given that we all see things differently — conceptually and biologically!
You may think there’s nothing wrong with your child’s eyesight. You may even take it for granted that everything is fine, particularly because you hear no complaints from your child.
The bodies of pregnant women go through many hormonal and physical shifts. Pregnancy can also affect a woman’s eyes.
Here’s the paradox about the condition called dry eye: The eyes get watery rather than dry.
As we age, our pupils get smaller and don’t dilate as quickly as they used to.
Our eyes are as unique as we are. Just as no two people are the same, no two sets of eyes are the same.
When a corneal abrasion occurs, it is important to contact the office of Optical Outlets for timely care.
The best way to keep your eyes healthy is to partner with an experienced optometrist and have routine comprehensive eye examinations.
Many people suffer with eyes that are red, watery, itchy, tearing or burning. Often these conditions are caused by eye allergies, also called allergic conjunctivitis.
At the office of Optical Outlets, we prioritize the health and quality of your eyesight.
The most common visual impairment in people under 40 is a refractive error called myopia.
The cornea is the clear, dome shaped layer on the outermost surface of your eye. It is responsible for focusing 85% of the light that passes through your eye.
As you get older, it’s important to visit your eye care professional for periodic exams.
At the office of Optical Outlets, our experienced optometrist and team of eyecare professionals can provide medical contact lenses for patients with a diverse range of vision needs.
The second leading cause of blindness worldwide typically progresses so slowly and silently that you may not be aware of its presence until your vision has been compromised.
If one or both of your eyes are looking a little red, you may be suffering from a case of conjunctivitis, also referred to as "Pink Eye.
Visiting your optometrist for a routine examination is essential to maintaining the health of your eyes as well as clear, crisp vision.
For many, glasses are an invaluable accessory; they help you see clearly and perform important daily tasks, and you might wear them every day.