Eye Care, Eye Exams,Contacts And Much More!
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You should always check in with your eye care provider if there are problems with your vision. However, there may be some simple reasons behind this happening.
A common problem for computer users who wear bifocals or reading glasses happens because computer monitors tend to be in your intermediate vision. Bifocals correct for your near vision and far vision, leaving the intermediate field blurry. Because of this, you may find that your glasses serve you well while driving or reading, but not at work. There are glasses that correct intermediate vision, such as computer glasses, progressive lenses or trifocals.
Exam For Contacts
- Contact lens exams typically include additional tests and procedures to those noted for Eyeglasses Examinations
- Cornea measurements. An instrument called a keratometer will be used to measure the curvature of your eye’s clear front surface
- Pupil and iris measurements. The size of your eye’s pupil may also be measured
- Tear film evaluation. Contact lens fittings may also include a tear film evaluation.
- Evaluation of your eye’s surface and contact lens fit.
- Follow-Up visits if needed
Meeting your needs starts with a deep understanding of your eyes, your lifestyle and your vision correction needs.
Daily contact lenses are disposable, single-use contacts that you throw away after a day’s use.
BI-weekly contacts are contact lenses you replace every other week.
Monthly contacts are simply contacts you wear for a month, or 30 days.
light adaptive contacts
It’s the first-of-its-kind contact lens that can sense lighting conditions in your environment and seamlessly adapts from clear to dark to provide all-day soothing vision.