Eye Discharge: When Should You Be Concerned?

Posted on: 26 April 2021
If you have discharge coming out of your eyes, it's normal. Eye discharge is typically clear, or slightly cloudy. It may also be black from makeup, or a different color when mixed with your makeup. If you have discharge that is alarming to you, or that makes you concerned, you should go to an eye doctor for an eye exam to ensure you don't have any infections or other eye health issues.
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Signs That You Need Prescription Glasses To Correct Your Vision

Posted on: 21 January 2021
For years, people have been relying on prescription glasses and contact lenses to correct their vision. This makes life easier, especially if one is straining to read a book, look at a PC or phone screen, see road signs, or drive. Struggling with poor vision or occasional sight problems can make life difficult and even lead to accidents. So, how do you know that it's time to get glasses? Eye doctors say that you should correct your vision immediately when you notice slight changes in your capability to see.
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4 Things You May Not Have Known About Your Contact Lens Solution

Posted on: 4 August 2016
Here are a few things that you may not have known about your contact lens solution as a contact wearer that could help you take care of and protect your eyes. Saline Solution Is Not Designed For Disinfection Purposes If you use saline solution when you put your contact lenses in, make sure you know exactly what your saline solution is designed for. Saline solution is designed to flush your eyes and provide them with a little bit of moisture.
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Developing Cataracts At A Young Age? What Are Your Best Treatment Options?

Posted on: 10 May 2016
If you're in your thirties or forties and have begun to notice some blurring or dimming of your vision, you may have made an appointment with your optometrist under the assumption that your contacts or glasses prescription needs to be adjusted -- only to receive the sobering news that you've developed cataracts in one or both eyes. What may have caused this issue, and what are your best treatment options to preserve your vision for decades to come?
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