Nearly every eye exam dating back decades opens with the reading of an eye chart. The original eye chart was designed by an ophthalmologist named Dr. Hermann Snellen in 1862. The purpose of an eye chart is to measure visual acuity without corrective lenses and the patient’s ability to see things accurately at different distances. [...]
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Taking stock in your appearance is a regular part of the New Year. Who doesn’t want to brush off the old and usher in the new? This usually starts with a personal vow to let go of poor lifestyle habits. It may also mean refreshing your wardrobe. But, how often do you think about getting [...]
There are dozens of eye hazards lurking in holiday festivities! Unfortunately, what may bring you visual delight might also bring you holiday pain. Keep these cautions in mind as you set out to make your Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanza or other family traditions bright! […]
Year ends are always nostalgic. We sit and wonder where the time has gone while reminiscing over good times (and some bad) from the year that is ending. We think it is a good time to think about what is happening with your eye health as well. Then we, too, will put 2018 to rest [...]
The average consumer likely has no idea of the breadth of products available today in eyewear. Whereas several decades ago options were limited, today people who wear glasses have an almost dizzying array of choices. In lenses alone there are several categories to consider when making a selection. Let’s examine this more closely in this [...]