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Giannotti Vision Care, Optometry Blog

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Is LASIK Right for You? Understanding Qualifications and Benefits

LASIK is a popular surgical procedure used to correct vision problems such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. It involves using a laser to reshape the cornea, the clear front surface of the eye, to improve the way light is focused onto the retina. This procedure has gained immense popularity due to its effectiveness and quick recovery time. If you are tired of relying on glasses or contact lenses to see clearly, LASIK may be the solution you have been looking for.

When Do Kids Need Their First Pediatric Eye Exam?

A pediatric eye exam is an in-depth assessment of a child's eyes and vision. Unlike the simple vision screening tests conducted at schools, pediatric eye exams provide a comprehensive evaluation, checking for any common eye conditions in children. They not only assess whether your child can see clearly, but also evaluate eye alignment, eye movement, and the health of the eyes.

Making the Switch from Glasses to Contact Lenses

Are you contemplating making the switch from glasses to contact lenses? You're not alone. Many people find that contact lenses offer several benefits over glasses, including a more natural field of view, fewer annoyances, and more freedom when playing sports or exercising.

Common Eye Emergencies and How to Respond

Your eyes are precious assets. But accidents happen, and emergencies can arise. Knowing how to respond to an eye emergency is crucial.

How Often Do I Need a New Eyeglass Prescription?

Your vision is critical to navigating the world and communicating with other people. According to scientists, children learn most of everything through observation—80 percent, to be precise. If you grew up with vision issues like myopia or astigmatism, you understand what it is like to struggle with vision. When you first get eyeglasses, you are in for an incredible day. You realize just how good you can see.

Common Eye Diseases and Their Warning Signs

Most people experience eye or vision problems at one time or another. Some are minor and usually vanish independently, while others require specialist care. It is best to remember that some severe eye conditions do not cause any pain. Never ignore any symptoms to prevent damage to your eyes or, worse, permanent and complete blindness.  

Do I Have Dry Eye or Seasonal Eye Allergies?

Many eye conditions share similar symptoms, and this can sometimes make it difficult to determine which issue we’re suffering from. Without an accurate diagnosis from an eye doctor, it's difficult to know which treatments will be effective at reducing our symptoms. Two eye conditions that are most often confused with one another are dry eye and eye allergies.

When Should My Child Start Myopia Management?

Myopia, also known as nearsightedness, is a refractive eye problem. This means that it’s caused by a problem with the way that light enters and is refracted by your eyes. It’s very common, more common than any other eye condition in fact. It’s also progressive, which means that it will get worse without treatment. While it can develop at any age, it most often starts to appear during childhood when the eyes undergo a period of rapid growth.

How Often Do I Need a Comprehensive Eye Exam?

Comprehensive eye exams should be viewed as an important part of our preventative care. Despite this, many people only visit their eye doctor when they start to experience problems with their vision or associated symptoms such as persistent headaches and dry eyes. However, by making sure that you attend regular comprehensive eye exams, not only could you prevent the onset of unpleasant, painful, and even debilitating symptoms, but you could also avoid significant and potentially permanent damage to your vision.

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