The symptoms of digital eye strain usually last anywhere from a few minutes to several hours after removing the cause, such as giving your eyes a break from screen time. […]
What Is a Diabetic Eye Exam?
During a diabetic eye exam, your eye doctor performs additional tests to observe the back of your eye and thoroughly check for eye diseases or conditions that diabetes can put you at a higher risk for. […]
Can Amblyopia Be Cured?
Your child’s vision is the window to their world, so if they have an eye condition like amblyopia, it’s no surprise that it can affect their life in multiple ways. Your child relies on their vision for everything they do, from school to sports or even just playing with their friends. At Eyesis Eyecare Center, […]
Do Transition Lenses Have UV Protection?
There are so many options out there to help us see better. Contact lenses, prescription eyeglasses and sunglasses, and even safety glasses are all viable options depending on your specific needs. […]
Can Stress Cause Eye Pain?
Eye pain is always concerning, and the first thing on your mind is finding relief. The first step is to visit your optometrist for a comprehensive eye exam and get to the bottom of your eye pain issues. […]
Are Prescription Colored Contact Lenses Safe?
Contact lenses are an excellent option if you want to switch up your look from glasses. If you want to take it a step further and add a dash of color, then colored contacts are also available to you. […]
Can Allergies Cause Eye Floaters?
Do you see small spots, squiggly lines, or strands that drift through your field of vision? If so, you may have eye floaters. But what causes eye floaters? And what can you do if you have them? While eye floaters may be annoying, they’re not always a cause for concern. Eye floaters don’t typically mean […]
Is Glaucoma Manageable?
Glaucoma has no symptoms early on and often develops slowly over many years. Because the damage is irreversible, this common eye disease must be diagnosed early. Getting your comprehensive eye examination according to your eye doctor’s recommendations is the best defence. For most adults, this is every two years. However, once you reach those golden […]