Learn more about optometry care in our blog!
Myopia, also known as nearsightedness, is a condition that commonly affects children. It causes them to see close objects, but those at a distance appear blurry. It can develop at any age but often gets diagnosed in childhood.
Contact lenses are an effective and safe way to correct your vision without prescription glasses. Caring for them is beneficial to their functionality and longevity. It also ensures the well-being of your eyes. Keeping contacts clean depends on the type that you are using. Conventional lenses require the most care, while disposable ones need less.
Your eyes consist of tear films of water, mucus, and oils making up the tears. Together they create a film in the fluid membrane that assists your vision and prevents dry eye. Tear glands are responsible for tear production, and the imbalance in this process leads to this condition.
Are you looking for eyeglasses and do not know how to pick a fitting pair for your face? If so, you have come to the right place. There are some things you need to consider when picking new eyeglasses. Begin by looking at your current eyeglasses. If you like their look but require replacement, you may settle for the same model and frames. But if you want to try different frame shapes, here is what you need to do.
Individuals with myopia should know that the condition can worsen each year. It has become such a global epidemic that the lack of effective management can further cause complications. The topic of controlling it garners significant attention among many medical care professionals. It is now a standard of care to educate people about myopia control due to public health concerns.
Eye floaters are those little spots in your vision that look like debris moving. If you’re seeing eye floaters, you may think you have some dust in your eyes or even an annoying fly buzzing around, but this is something that’s happening behind the scenes—eye floaters come from inside your eye!
Did you know that there is a condition that is best treated with specialty contacts and not glasses? At San Marino Optometry, we pride ourselves in delivering contact lens solutions that improve vision and ultimately enhance the quality of everyday life.
If you look at the video above, you can see that as I covered and uncovered her eyes, one of her eye appears to move inward.
Zachary is doing well! He is almost 5 weeks old, and he is growing so quickly! We love his little smiles and the way he stares at us with such curiosity (or maybe it's gas!).
It is with great joy and love in our hearts that we welcome our first born son, Zachary. Zachary arrived to us 1 week early and we had to cancel all our holiday events and even a wedding just so we can await his arrival.