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Green Eye Care Blog

Here Are 3 Main Differences Between Daily and Monthly Contact Lenses

You can choose between eyeglasses or contact lenses if you need vision correction. There is a good reason people choose to wear contacts. The lenses allow individuals to enjoy good vision without worrying about eyeglass frames obstructing the field of vision. 

Using MiSight® Contact Lenses for Myopia Management

Myopia usually onsets in childhood, and it affects many school-aged children. The disease is not static but worsens throughout childhood, stabilizing in early adulthood. Millions of children globally have myopia, primarily due to changing lifestyles. Children are spending more time looking at digital screens and less time outdoors. 

Can Scleral Lenses Help Treat Dry Eyes?

Dry eye is a condition where the tears fail to lubricate the eyes properly, leading to discomfort. The condition results from tear film instability and often leads to irritation and inflammation. If not treated, it can damage the eyes. 

How Often Should I Take My Child to the Optometrist?

As a parent, you must ensure that you take your child to an eye doctor because eye health is crucial to overall health. Also, your growing child will have unique healthcare needs that a healthcare professional should take care of. Hence, taking your child to an optometrist is a good step in ensuring that their eyes are healthy. 

How to Treat Chronic Dry Eyes

Dry eye syndrome develops when specific changes in your body cause tears to evaporate too quickly or inadequate tear production. In both situations, you will have insufficient tears to lubricate your eyes. It will also make your tears saltier, increasing inflammation and other symptoms of dry eye disease.

What Are the Benefits of Scleral Lenses?

Scleral lenses are rigid gas permeable lenses that have a wider diameter. Compared to regular contact lenses that fit your eye, scleral lenses arch over the whole cornea and rest on the sclera. The sclera is the white part of your eye. This design allows scleral lenses to provide the comfort, healthy eyes, and sharp vision they are known for. 

Wearing Eyeglasses can lower your risk for contracting COVID-19. Yes, it’s true.

Eyeglasses do more than helping you see clearly, reducing eye strain, headaches and dry eyes. It looks like eyeglasses can prevent Coronavirus...

What is Glaucoma? How is Glaucoma diagnosed and treated?

Glaucoma is a disease where the optic nerve becomes damaged. The Optic Nerve is like a wire that sends information about what the eyes see to the brain. We are still not sure why glaucoma occurs but it is commonly related to high eye pressure...

How to wash your glasses in COVID times

Dirty eyeglasses not only cause blurry vision, eye strain, and worn-out frames, but dirty glasses can also increase your risk of contracting COVID-19 through the eye...

Scleral Contact Lenses do not contact the Cornea at all!

Keratoconus is an eye disease where the cornea becomes thinner and begins to bulge out. When the cornea bulges vision can get very blurry...

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