Convergence insufficiency

Convergence insufficiency

by Jenny What does this mean for your vision? Convergence insufficiency, or convergence dysfunction, is a common binocular vision disorder in which the eyes do not work at near easily. The eyes have a strong tendency to drift outward when reading or doing close work....
Why am I losing my eyesight?

Why am I losing my eyesight?

by Jenny Are you experiencing vision loss as you get older? If so, is it normal? It might seem like a scary question to ask yourself, but in most cases, “Why am I losing my eyesight?”, should be addressed with calm patience as it is perfectly normal to experience...
Do you have a vitreous detachment?

Do you have a vitreous detachment?

by Jenny Experiencing flashes of light or something floating are warning signs What is vitreous detachment? Most of the eye’s interior is filled with vitreous, a gel-like substance that helps the eye maintain a round shape. There are millions of fibers intertwined...
What about multifocal contact lenses?

What about multifocal contact lenses?

by Jenny Changes in your vision no longer mean wearing glasses Gone are the days where multifocal prescriptions relegated you to the world of eye glasses. We now have options to help you maintain your lifestyle even though your eyesight is changing. Dailies Total 1...
Are you suffering from dry eyes?

Are you suffering from dry eyes?

by Jenny The Keratograph: a map to discovering dry eye syndrome When you want answers about your eye health, the Keratograph is one of our most useful diagnostic tools to pinpoint the cause(s) to your ailments by taking high quality images of your external eye...