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  1. What Eye Insurance Companies Does For Eyes Accept?

    What Eye Insurance Companies Does For Eyes Accept? At For Eyes, we believe that everyone deserves high-quality eye care without spending an arm and a leg. And one of the many benefits of vision care is that you can save even more money on your eye care. For over 50 years, we have provided eye care services to adults and kids in the U.S. and Puerto Rico, serving more than 110 optical centers. We Read more...
  2. What Causes Blindness at Birth?

    What Causes Blindness at Birth? People of all ages can endure issues with their eyesight, even infants. From obstacles during pregnancy to developmental problems, the reasons behind vision loss in babies can vary.  To find out more about what causes blindness at birth, keep reading. For Eyes is here to help.  What causes blindness at birth? Like other age groups, Read more...
  3. 4 Eye Diseases That Cause Blindness

    4 Eye Diseases That Cause Blindness Sudden blindness is a huge concern for many people, as are eye diseases that cause blindness over time. Regular comprehensive eye exams with your optometrist are crucial to pinpoint these conditions and to monitor their progression. That will ensure your eyes get the treatment they need at a fast timeline.  So, what are the most common eye Read more...
  4. What Is Blindness?

    What Is Blindness? Here at For Eyes, our Independent Doctors of Optometry use their expertise to diagnose patients for a wide range of eye issues, including blindness. If you ever have a concern with your vision, you can count on our team to give you the best solutions at an affordable cost. Whether your vision seems to be gone in one or both eyes, we can help. Our Read more...
  5. Is Cataract Prevention Possible?

    Is Cataract Prevention Possible? Average eye lenses are transparent. If they ever get foggy or discolored, that’s a sign that you may have cataracts, an eye disease that can impact your eyesight over time.  Over 24.4 million people in the U.S. above 40 have cataracts, with a large portion of the remaining population expected to get them before age 75. There are three Read more...
  6. Why Do My Eyes Go Cross-Eyed Sometimes?

    Why Do My Eyes Go Cross-Eyed Sometimes? Your brain tells your eye muscles when to move, and usually, they look to a single viewing point. But for some people, the eyes focus on a different object in the same moment. This condition is called crossed eyes (also known as strabismus). It’s often associated with lazy eye (or amblyopia) and tends to emerge in children by age 3. Adults and Read more...
  7. Does Watching TV Cause Myopia?

    Does Watching TV Cause Myopia? Over the years, myopia (or nearsightedness) has grown in numbers. It impacts approximately 30 percent of Americans, causing visuals that are out of the way to appear blurry while close-up objects are clear.  What causes someone to become nearsighted? Myopia happens when your eye exceeds an average length or when your cornea bends more than it Read more...
  8. Can You Wear Makeup to an Eye Exam?

    Can You Wear Makeup to an Eye Exam? The average person needs one eye exam per year so that the optometrist can evaluate your eyes and look for health conditions, such as diabetes and high blood pressure. Preparing for your eye appointment is necessary to ensure you bring everything you need. You may already know the answers to questions such as: Should I rest my eyes before the Read more...
  9. Do Rigid Gas-Permeable Contact Lenses Help With Astigmatism?

    Do Rigid Gas-Permeable Contact Lenses Help With Astigmatism? Without seeing an eye doctor, it can be challenging to know the type of prescription eyewear you’ll need for astigmatism (a refractive error caused by a misshaped cornea). Having an eye exam once per year can help you stay aware of any changes in your vision and enable your optometrist to modify your prescription if necessary. Eyeglasses are Read more...
  10. 5 Tips for an Accurate Eye Exam

    5 Tips for an Accurate Eye Exam Whether you’re experiencing vision issues or want to check on your prescription, an annual comprehensive eye examination is necessary. It will allow you to consult with one of our Independent Doctors of Optometry, who can answer your questions and diagnose you for eye issues.  During your eye appointment, the optometrist will look over Read more...

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