Faqs About Intraocular Lenses

During a cataract surgery, your eye doctor will remove the natural lens from your eye and replace it with an intraocular lens. This medical device is an essential component needed for the recovery of your sight following surgery. If your doctor has recommended cataract surgery, here is what you need to know.  What Does an Intraocular Lens Do? In previous years, cataract surgery was followed by the need for contacts or thick eyeglasses to correct poor vision that resulted from the removal of the natural lens. [Read More]

Top Tips For Caring For Your New Prescription Glasses

If you have received a new pair of prescription glasses, you might want to know a little about how you can properly care for them. This way, they will stay in great shape for as long as possible. To help you with this, you will want to take a few moments to review the following suggestions. Rinse Them Before Wiping Them Before you wipe the lens clean, you will want to rinse your glasses under water. [Read More]

How To Care For Your Eyeglasses

If you were just told that you need to get eyeglasses, chances are, you are going to be wearing them for a long time. Glasses can get pretty costly, so you want to be sure you take good care of them and get plenty of use out of them before you need to purchase a new pair. See below for helpful tips on how to care for your glasses. Cleaning [Read More]

What To Expect After Cataract Surgery

If you're thinking of having cataract surgery, you may have concerns about recovery. Cataract surgery is fairly routine and safe. According to the National Eye Institute, more than half the people in the United States will have had the surgery by the time they reach 80 years old. The surgery, itself, is usually quick and about 98% of these surgeries are completed without complication. Here are some things that you should expect and do after you have your surgery. [Read More]