Your body undergoes functional and structural changes as you age. In particular, your visual acuity may decline as you age. Symptoms vary depending on the person; however, we believe that it’s important to be familiar with some of the most common warning signs of eye problems in adults. If you suspect that you are experiencing any of these problems, schedule an appointment with your eye doctor.
At Elite Vision Care, we offer several eye care services and products to enhance your visual health and comfort. High-quality contact lenses are one of them. Contact lenses are one of the safest forms of vision correction; however, improper contact lens handling can increase the risk of eye infections or irritations. Here’s how to take care of your lenses properly:
Thanks to advancements in lens technology, Elite Vision Care offers many different types of frames, coatings and lens materials for your eyeglasses. However, with so many options, choosing the perfect pair of eyeglasses can be challenging. To help you, your eyecare specialist discusses factors to consider before buying your glasses:
Did you know that most kids are visual learners? This means they understand better when things are explained to them through visual demonstrations. This is why Elite Vision Care emphasizes the importance of having your child undergo a comprehensive eye exam, especially before going back to school.
Glaucoma is a serious eye condition that can eventually lead to irreversible vision loss without prompt and effective treatment. Learning more about this condition and how to manage it can prevent that from happening.
Myopia (nearsightedness) and other refractive errors are often detected during childhood. Children who are diagnosed with a refractive error are typically prescribed eyeglasses or contact lenses to improve their visual acuity. Deciding which type of eyewear to choose for your child can be difficult, however.
Having chronic high blood pressure may cause various organ complications. It can even damage the blood vessels in your retina, the tissue layer at the back part of your eye that’s responsible for converting light into nerve signals. This condition is known as hypertensive retinopathy.