Aside from wearing eyeglasses or contact lenses, your vision can also be improved through LASIK or laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis. If you have
A child’s visual development starts at birth and extends toward the schooling years. Beginning at three years old, you must ensure your child’s
The terms “eyesight” and “vision” are often brought up whenever people talk about their eyes. However, many of them tend to mix these two together.
Your eyeglasses are meant to give you clear vision while also providing some form of protection against harmful UV rays and radiation. Because of
If you’ve been using contact lenses, you may be concerned how COVID-19 would impact your eye care needs. After all,
Our skin needs protection from ultraviolet (UV) rays, which is why we all use sunscreen before we go outside. Your eyes deserve the same kind of
Eye allergies produce different symptoms--from tearing to itching and redness--but they’re all bothersome and can seriously affect your quality of
Most people wear their contact lenses for many hours at a time. That's why it's so important to ensure your lenses are always free of bacteria.
To our Six One Six Vision Center Families, As of Monday, June 1st, our office is open by appointment only to serve your eye care needs. We
Orthokeratology, also known as “ortho-k,” is a non-invasive vision improvement technique for nearsighted (myopic) individuals. It utilizes special