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  • Vision is arguably the most important of the five senses; it plays a crucial role throughout childhood and beyond. Yet many parents don't understand how vision helps their children develop appropriately. Ask one of our staff if you have any questions regarding your child's vision. If you have a child under the age of 12 months old you can use the Infantsee program to have your child tested.  
  • Learn about types of plans, coverage and payment options.
  • Learn about changes that occur to your eyes and your vision as you grow older - and what you can do to protect your eyesight.
  • Get a quick overview fo the types of eyeglass frames and lenses available to you.
  • It’s the most popular vision correction surgery, by far. Learn what to expect before, during and after the procedure.
  • Today there are more convenient and healthy contact lens choices than ever before. Whatever your vision challenge, it can probably be met with an array of specialty contact lenses for individual vision needs.
  • Innovative low vision devices for computers can help visually-impaired people stay connected with friends and the online world.
  • Protect yourself from age-related eye problems and vision loss by following these simple tips.
  • If you are over 40, already wear glasses, and your "arms aren't long enough" to read a newspaper, it's time for multifocal lenses.
  • Which frame material is right for you? Learn about the different types of metal and plastic, and the advantages of each.
  • Complications from LASIK are few, but they do happen. It’s important to understand the risks, and how to minimize them.
  • "One-size-fits-all" doesn't apply when it comes to eyewear. The best eyeglass lens solutions for work and play are those tailored specifically to your vision needs.
  • It's no longer a simple choice between glass and plastic. Today's lenses offer many options to help you see and look your best.
  • Successful LASIK surgeons get that way from experience and the ability to screen out poor candidates for the procedure. Here’s the list of what makes you a good candidate.
  • Seeing clearly is just one part of your overall eye health. It’s important to have regular eye exams whether or not you wear glasses or contacts, and even if your vision is sharp. The articles below explain what problems can be spotted with an eye exam, what’s involved in a comprehensive exam, and special considerations for kids and contacts.
  • There is no need to advertise your age with bifocals or trifocals-choose progressive lenses.
  • A number of relatively new procedures are addressing the age-related decrease in ability to focus on near objects, that was once correctable only with bifocals.
  • All about reading glasses, including why custom-made readers are superior to the pre-made variety from the drugstore.
  • These small lenses or optical devices are inserted into the cornea to alter its shape and correct vision problems.
  • The risk for dry eye increases with age, especially for women.
  • One pair of glasses won't suit your every need. Learn about how function-specific eyewear can help with driving and computer use, improve your game and protect your eyes at work and play.
  • Sometimes because of disease or injury, the cornea becomes so damaged that problems cannot be corrected with eyeglasses, contacts, or refractive surgery such as LASIK.
  • Eye problems can range from mild to severe; some are chronic, while others may resolve on their own, never to appear again. The articles below will give you a basic understanding of some of these problems and their implications. The cardinal rule is if your eyes don't look good, feel good or see well, you should visit your doctor.
  • Sports eyewear can give you the performance edge you're seeking for just about any sport. But make sure you get the eye protection you need as well. And after you're fit for the right eyewear, you might want to take your game up a notch with the same kind of vision training used by professional athletes.