When Should You Be Concerned With Eye Twitching?

Eye twitching is something that happens to most people from time to time, and it typically goes away on its own. It may happen on and off for an hour, a few days, or even a few weeks, but it is usually nothing to worry about. If your eyes begin twitching every day and the twitching does not go away after a few weeks or months, you may want to consult an eye doctor about this problem. Read More 

Methods To Help Your Young Child Feel Better About Wearing Their New Glasses

If your young child was recently prescribed to wear eyeglasses and they feel self-conscious when they put them on, the following tips may assist with boosting their confidence. As a result, your child will feel more optimistic while wearing their new glasses and you will be reassured by knowing that your child can clearly see each day. Purchase New Clothing Or Accessories Take your child shopping to purchase a new outfit or some accessories that complement their glasses. Read More 

When To Avoid Wearing Contacts

When you get contacts, you may want to wear them all the time. However, there will be times when you should try to wear your glasses instead of your contacts. You want to wear them under good conditions so you don't put added wear and tear on them or allow them to cause your eyes to feel irritated. This article will educate you on the conditions you may want to avoid wearing your contacts in. Read More 

Choosing The Right Glasses

If you have gone to the optometrist and they have determined you need to wear prescription glasses, you want to make sure you buy the best glasses for your needs. You may think you are only going to wear your glasses once in a while, no matter what the optometrist suggests. However, once you see how much they help your eyesight, you will more than likely find yourself wanting to wear them all the time. Read More