Apart from our glaucoma treatment services, Elite Vision Care also provides reliable vision correction options. Contact lenses remain one of the most popular forms of corrective eyewear due to the many benefits they provide:
Every year, approximately 40,000 people go to the emergency room because of eye injuries they sustained while playing sports. Out of this number, roughly 13,500 go blind. As April marks Sports Eye Safety Awareness Month, Elite Vision Care, your trusted provider of contact lenses and other eye care products, shares some tips on protecting your eyes while playing sports.
Your eyes are sensitive structures that perform the highly complex process of letting you see. This is why it’s important to take care of them. To that end, it’s important to understand how they work. Read on as Elite Vision Care, your provider of trusted vision correction services, discusses the vision process.
It’s important to be proactive about your children’s visual health, which is why bringing them to the eye doctor for regular checkups is so important. However, young children may feel nervous about seeing an optometrist, let alone having their eyes checked.
This spring, you might be looking forward to spending time outdoors enjoying the pleasant weather and the blooming flowers. Eye allergies, however, are common during this time of the year.
Your eyes and brain work together to provide your sense of sight. Your eyes are responsible for detecting light patterns, which your brain then translates into the images you “see.” If your brain and eyes aren’t coordinating properly, you may experience visual developmental disorders, such as amblyopia.
Contact lenses offer an ideal blend of visual clarity, comfort and convenience. While they remain a popular vision correction option, some people are hesitant to use them because of misinformation.