Conjunctivitis, more commonly known as pink eye, has various types. Your eye doctor sheds light on one of the most common types of conjunctivitis, and what you can do to manage it.
Unequal pupils is a condition in which the pupils of the eye differ in size by 0.4 mm or more. Unequal pupils can be accompanied by blurred vision, double vision and headaches. Anisocoria is the medical term for unequal pupils. The condition affects 20% of the population.
As we age, various health complications arise. One such complication is macular degeneration. To better understand the vision-related disease, we asked certified opticians to discuss macular degeneration and its major types.
We usually think of astigmatism as a threatening refractive error. While it is true that it is indeed a refractive error, astigmatism can be corrected and can easily be detected via an eye exam. In this article, we take a closer look at astigmatism and its different aspects.
Those who are unfamiliar with amblyopia might recognize it by its more popular name, which is “lazy eye.” Contrary to popular belief, lazy eye is not the condition in which an eye “wanders” or “crosses” on its own. What exactly is amblyopia? Your optometrist from Vision Care Associates discusses this disorder, including what causes it […]