Wear Contacts? Remember These Tips When Hitting The Beach This Summer

If you wear contacts, you probably love being able to pop them in and enjoy improved vision all day long. Plus, if you are used to wearing contacts all the time, you might not even think about them when you're out and about. Unfortunately, this can cause problems at the beach, where the sand, sun and surf can all affect your contacts. Luckily, if you remember these tips, you shouldn't have anything to worry about. [Read More]

Ultimate Frisbee Players: Protect Your Eyes

Ultimate Frisbee is a two-team sport that combines the fast and furious movement of soccer with the aerial throwing skills of football. According to a report by the Sports and Fitness Industry Association, more than 5.1 million people  in the United States played Ultimate Frisbee in 2012, and that number has been growing by the thousands each year. Due to Ultimate Frisbee's fast action, flying discs and accidental collisions with teammates and opponents on the field, players need to pay attention to safety. [Read More]

What Are Some Things You Can Do To Lower Your Chances Of Getting Cataracts?

As you start to get older, you might worry about the fact that you could get cataracts in one or both of your eyes. Cataracts can make vision blurry and make it difficult to get things done in your life, but you may not know what you can do to lower the chances of getting them. Use the tips below to help prevent eye cataracts. Live a Healthy Lifestyle One of the best ways you can lower your chances of getting cataracts in your eyes is to start living a healthy lifestyle. [Read More]

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]