Myopia, commonly referred to as nearsightedness, is an eye condition where the focal point of the eye is closer than optical infinity. In other words, things far away are blurry and things closer are clearer. It is corrected optically with eyeglasses, contact lenses, or refractive laser surgery. Myopia typically onsets in childhood or adolescence and… Continue reading Understanding Myopia and How to Slow Its Progression
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In today’s competitive and consumer-based market, there is a vast selection of contact lenses to choose from. Monthly or daily disposables, hydrogel or silicon hydrogel, continuous vs daily wear – these can all be very confusing and difficult to understand. When it comes to replacing your prescription soft lenses, most are approved for either one… Continue reading Modern Contact Lens Materials and Modalities