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  1. 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...
  2. Do I Need Glasses for 20/30 Vision?

    Do I Need Glasses for 20/30 Vision? A visual acuity test is the first step toward finding out if you need glasses. If you have 20/20 vision, based on your eye test, your vision is standard, allowing you to see what the majority of people do from 20 feet away.  What does 20/30 vision mean? It indicates that you can observe something at 20 feet that others see from 30 feet away. Read more...
  3. What Does 20/30 Vision Mean?

    What Does 20/30 Vision Mean? When you think about eyesight, the phrase that often comes to mind is: 20/20 vision. This may be mistaken for “perfect” vision when, in reality, it’s average.  People with 20/20 vision do tend to have great central vision. However, they may have issues with eye coordination, peripheral vision, and understanding how far away objects are Read more...
  4. Why Is It Important to Take Care of Your Eyes?

    Why Is It Important to Take Care of Your Eyes? Taking care of your eyes involves a lot more than just getting the right pair of corrective lenses. To maximize your vision, you should understand the importance of eyes and the steps on how to take care of your eyes daily.  Why is it important to take care of your eyes? Let’s explore.  Why is it important to take care of your eyes? Read more...
  5. Do I Need Glasses If One Eye Is Blurry?

    Do I Need Glasses If One Eye Is Blurry? Blurry vision can affect anyone, even children. Sometimes, it can occur due to a refractive error, such as astigmatism, hyperopia, myopia, or presbyopia. Other times, it may signify a more severe eye condition. More often than not, prescription lenses are a simple solution for blurry vision. They can correct the way your eyes direct light to the Read more...

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