Vision Correction At Different Ages

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Vision correction is something that is different for everyone. Some people may be happy with contacts while others prefer glasses. Laser surgery and implantable contact lenses may be the preferred choice for others. One thing that is also a factor when it comes to correcting poor vision is age. What works for someone while they are in their twenties may not be the best procedure while they are in their forties.…

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Four Important Questions To Ask At Your Next Eye Exam

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If your next eye exam is just a few days away, it’s important to get prepared by putting together a list of questions to ask your eye health provider. Although you can expect your optometrist to talk about the health of your eyes, discuss whether a new glasses prescription is necessary and offer some tips about keeping your eyes healthy, you can learn more by making sure that you have some questions of your own to ask.…

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Pupillary Distance And Your Eyeglasses

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When you go to the eye doctor to get a new eyeglasses prescription, part of the measurements they perform involve something called your PD number. This term is short for pupillary distance, which is the measurement between the center of both of your pupils. In order to make a pair of prescription glasses, the eye doctor needs this information to pass on to the manufacturer. The eyeglass maker uses this measurement to place the optical center on each lens.…

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