A significant increase in your eye or intraocular pressure can result in ocular hypertension. The normal eye pressure is between 10 to 21 millimeters of mercury (mm Hg). This eye condition occurs if you have an intraocular pressure higher than 21 mm Hg. Keep in mind that ocular hypertension could contribute to the development of glaucoma.[Read more…]
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Common Signs You Need to Wear Progressive Lenses
Presbyopia is a common eye condition in older adults. It is when the eyes slowly lose their ability to see nearby objects clearly. If you have it, your optometrist might recommend wearing progressive lenses. These lenses allow you to see at different distances without bifocal lines.[Read more…]
Can You Rely on Online Vision Tests?
It could be inconvenient when you accidentally lose your contacts while on vacation or damage your glasses on a business trip. During these situations, online vision tests might be helpful. However, patients still often ask if these exams are dependable and how they compare to eye doctor visits.[Read more…]