Watching the annual Fourth of July fireworks display is a long-standing tradition for many American families. To make the most of the event, however, you and your children need to take certain safety precautions.
Vision care insurances can either be purchased individually or through your employer. Either way, you’ll have to pay a premium or have that amount deducted from your paycheck. In exchange, you’ll receive benefits that are specific to maintaining your eye health.
Your eyes need proper care just like any other part of your body. Here are a few easy things you can do to keep your eyes healthy and in good condition.
While astigmatism is an eye condition that can’t be prevented, being afflicted with it doesn’t mean you can throw in the towel and stop taking care of your eyes. This blog post by your preferred optometrist from Alderwood Optical features simple yet effective tips on caring for your eyes even when you have astigmatism.
Contact lenses are more than just a convenient alternative to corrective prescription eyeglasses; recent technological and scientific advances have granted contact lenses the capacity to address a variety of other vision problems. In today’s blog post from Alderwood Optical, your optometrist discusses three types of specialty lenses and how they can be used to help manage visual impairments.
The retina is a thin layer of tissue at the back of the eye, responsible for transmitting signals to the brain so you can see. Central serous retinopathy causes fluid buildup in the retina, which can impair vision.