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  1. How Much Does Prescription Sunglasses Cost?

    How Much Does Prescription Sunglasses Cost? People select sunglasses for many reasons beyond style. They also choose them based on their level of protection, including how they safeguard their eyes from the sun. After all, during the sunny seasons, we need high-quality sunglasses with UV protection the most.   But what about prescription sunglasses? If you haven’t heard of Read more...
  2. How to Choose Eyeglasses

    How to Choose Eyeglasses Learning how to select frames for your prescription glasses might seem like a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. There are a few easy ways to determine which frames would best flatter your face and show off your style and personality.  Here is how to select frames: Step 1: Identify your face shape Identifying your face Read more...
  3. Can Your Eyes Heal From Sun Damage?

    Can Your Eyes Heal From Sun Damage? Have you ever thought about why you must wear sunglasses when outdoors? UV protection is the answer. When you’re in the midst of too much UV light (found in sunlight), your eyes can get sunburned or worse. Sunburned eyes are called photokeratitis. Don’t stress too much if you get this condition, though, as it’s common after spending short Read more...
  4. Why Does My Eye Hurt When I Blink?

    Why Does My Eye Hurt When I Blink? Blinking plays an essential role in your eye health. Sometimes, you might forget to blink, such as while using electronic devices, but blinking is necessary to keep your eyes feeling their best. Have you been wondering, ‘Why does my eye hurt when I blink?’ Let’s hear from our eye care team. Why does my eye hurt when I blink? Many factors Read more...
  5. Why Do I Have Pain Behind My Right Eye?

    Why Do I Have Pain Behind My Right Eye? It’s a good practice to call your eye doctor if you ever experience eye pain. Eye pain is uncomfortable and can indicate an eye disease or another issue, which may require prompt treatment.  Just be prepared to answer some of the following questions when you call our office: Did your eyes come into contact with any chemicals or debris? Read more...
  6. Why Does Everything Seem Darker in One Eye?

    Why Does Everything Seem Darker in One Eye? Anytime you have a drastic change in vision (especially without warning signs), we recommend contacting an eye doctor. Your optometrist can take a look at what’s happening within your eyes, diagnose you for eye issues, and help you find the right treatment.  One of the questions we get from our patients a lot deals with darkened vision. The Read more...
  7. I Have Eye Pain and a Headache. What Should I Do?

    I Have Eye Pain and a Headache. What Should I Do?

    How should I approach eye pain and a headache? 

    Eye pain and headache symptoms can happen due to having a simple refractive error or something as urgent as an eye disease. If you experience these symptoms in unison, we recommend reaching out to your eye doctor right away to ensure you get the best eye pain treatment method fast. 

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  8. What Should You Do If You Have Pain in Your Eye Socket?

    What Should You Do If You Have Pain in Your Eye Socket? Do you ever experience sharp eye pain that just doesn’t seem to go away? Occasional eye irritation might not be a cause for concern, but consistent eye pain is.  And whether you have pain behind your right eye, left eye, or somewhere else, your optometrist will want to know about it to ensure you the necessary treatment before your symptoms Read more...
  9. What Are the Types of Lens Coatings?

    What Are the Types of Lens Coatings?

    There are many types of optical lenses, and at For Eyes, you can add a special coating to each one of them.

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  10. Is Sun Damage to the Eyes Reversible?

    Is Sun Damage to the Eyes Reversible? According to the American Optometric Association (AOA), extended exposure to ultraviolet (UV) rays may lead to eye damage. If you spend enough time in front of UV light sources, including the sunshine, you may be at risk for age-related macular degeneration (AMD), cataracts, photokeratitis, pterygiums, and more.  Fortunately, stepping away Read more...

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