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EyeCare Specialties offers Corneal Refractive Therapy — a therapeutic contact lens that reshapes your cornea while you sleep. By using this specialized contact lens, you can experience clear vision without using glasses or contacts during the day.
Corneal Refractive Therapy is a non-surgical process. The result is the temporary correction of myopia with or without moderate astigmatism.
According to the American Optometric Association, the longer your eyes are exposed to solar radiation, the greater the risk of developing conditions such as cataracts or macular degeneration later in life. Since it is not clear how much exposure to solar radiation will cause damage, the American Optometric Association and EyeCare Specialties recommend wearing quality sunglasses that offer UV protection and wearing a hat with a wide brim whenever your child spends time outdoors.
Dry eye occurs when the eye does not produce enough tears or the quality of tears is poor. According to the American Optometric Association, tears are necessary for maintaining the health of the eye’s front surface and for providing clear vision. If you suffer from dry eye, please consult one of our optometrists to help find a remedy that is right for you.
At EyeCare Specialties, we offer pediatric eye exams for pre-readers. These eye exams can detect eye disorders and ensure healthy vision for your child. With most eye disorders, the earlier one is detected the more successful treatment will be. We recommend your child has his or her first exam at 3 years of age, provided there are no obvious problems at a younger age. Then, we advise parents to have their children examined by their optometrist every year after that.
EyeCare Specialties offers several types of contact lenses and progressive eyeglasses for our presbyopic patients. The newest contact lens technology is a multifocal hybrid lens — combining the clarity of a rigid lens and the comfort of a soft contact lens. These dynamic hybrid lenses allow you to focus quickly from one object to another while providing comfort to your eyes throughout the day.
At EyeCare Specialties, our eye doctors pride themselves on using the most technologically advanced equipment during our examination procedures to ensure your eyes are healthy. We ensure that every patient undergoes a complete examination of eye health and the best possible corrective lenses are prescribed. Our optometrists do not just write a prescription, but tailor the prescription to your lifestyle and daily visual demands.
The puff of air is a very valuable test that is performed as part of your comprehensive eye health exam. This test measures the amount of pressure that is inside your eye. The eye is filled with a fluid designed to nourish the structures within your eye. If too much fluid is being produced or not enough is absorbed into the blood stream, the pressure can build up and cause damage. The nerves entering the eye from the brain are the most susceptible to damage. This condition, called Glaucoma, will affect your peripheral vision.
Don’t overlook the importance of safety eyewear when playing sports. Each year, thousands of people suffer eye injuries while playing sports. Our doctors advise their patients to wear protective eyewear whenever they are engaged in a sports activity. EyeCare Specialties recommends that children’s protective lenses be made of polycarbonate or Trivex for their increased safety features, including impact resistance and durability.
The symptom your child is experiencing indicates the possibility of a vision disorder. Signs of vision disorders include students who are easily distracted, cover an eye when reading, experience frequent headaches or avoid close-up work. When undiagnosed, vision disorders may prevent the student from learning and processing information accurately. Most vision disorders can be improved through EyeCare Specialties individualized Vision Therapy Program.
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