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  1. 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...
  2. I Accidentally Looked at UV Light. Will I Be Okay?

    I Accidentally Looked at UV Light. Will I Be Okay? When you spend time outdoors, it’s just as important to protect your eyes against ultraviolet (UV) light as it is to protect your skin. According to the American Optometric Association (AOA), you may be exposed to UV light from the sun, in addition to tanning beds. The most common forms of UV light are UVA and UVB. Your eyes may take in a Read more...
  3. Is Sudden Dimming of Vision Common in Adults?

    Is Sudden Dimming of Vision Common in Adults? As you get older, it’s not uncommon for your vision to be clear one day and blurry the next. But is it normal to have sudden dimming of vision?  Let’s find out.  Is sudden dimming of vision common in adults? Sudden dimming of vision isn’t standard in adults or children, but it can happen. Think of this symptom as having grey Read more...
  4. What Causes Darkened Vision?

    What Causes Darkened Vision? If you ever experience sudden vision changes, it’s okay to be alarmed. After all, you might be trying to figure out what caused them and what you can do to restore your eyesight. Sometimes, the changes might be as simple as blurry vision, and other times, you may have a grey area in your field of view, or things may appear dimmer than usual. Read more...
  5. What Are the Advantages and Disadvantages of Trifocal Lenses?

    What Are the Advantages and Disadvantages of Trifocal Lenses? How old you are has a huge impact on your vision. You may need to get a new prescription on occasion to ensure you have the ultimate visual clarity, especially if you have any current eye conditions, such as presbyopia. If you require multiple prescriptions as a result of having both distance and near vision problems, your eye doctor may prescribe Read more...
  6. Why Do I Have Sudden Vision Changes?

    Why Do I Have Sudden Vision Changes? Moderate changes in vision are normal as you age. Your eye lenses may lose their elasticity due to a condition called presbyopia. But even presbyopia isn’t usually sudden. It might start with near vision issues in your 40s and worsen over the next several years. So, should you worry if you have sudden vision changes? Here’s what you need Read more...
  7. What Are the Symptoms of Sun Damage to the Eyes?

    What Are the Symptoms of Sun Damage to the Eyes? Did you know that you can experience temporary eye damage from the sun’s reflection? A corneal sunburn is one of the first things you may notice. In technical terms, this is called photokeratitis, and you don’t have to be out in the sun all day to get the side effects.  You can get photokeratitis from spending any amount of time outside, Read more...
  8. Is Sudden Brightness in Vision Normal?

    Is Sudden Brightness in Vision Normal? The ability to see light is a requirement for clear vision. If your eye lens takes on an abnormal form, your eyes can’t direct light to the retina, which can cause blurry vision. This is the case with many refractive errors, such as astigmatism.  While you need to process light to see, you might wonder if sudden brightness in vision is Read more...
  9. Is There Such a Thing as No-Line Bifocals?

    Is There Such a Thing as No-Line Bifocals? Do you ever find yourself keeping a distance between your favorite book and your face? Perhaps, your eyes feel tired after working on a close-up project for long periods. If this sounds like you, you might have presbyopia, a refractive error that’s common in adults over age 40.  A comprehensive eye exam is vital to diagnose presbyopia, and Read more...
  10. Is 20/10 Vision Good?

    Is 20/10 Vision Good? Your visual acuity can affect many things in your life, from how you perceive images to how close you need to be to see them in the first place. Eye doctors use 20/20 vision as a standard for the average person’s vision, and when performing a comprehensive eye exam on your eyes, they’ll use it for you, too. With 20/20 vision being a baseline, Read more...

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