Glaucoma is a cluster of diseases that damage the optic nerve, often leading to vision loss. Elevated eye pressure is the main risk factors. Low blood pressure and vascular factors can also contribute to the development of the condition.
Your eyes can get weary from being exposed to computer monitors or digital screens for many hours. According to surveys, adults spend an average of nine hours daily looking at screens.
Contact Lenses and Stephen Curry Recently, it has been reported that basketball sensation Stephen Curry has an eye condition called keratoconus. He has been squinting and blinking the whole time and still manage to be in the top 5 for the highest 3-point field goals completed. Now he is wearing contact lenses to help him […]
When you first hear the word cancer, it’s hard not to get gripped by fear. Breast, prostate and lung cancers are all familiar, but you’d probably be surprised if your optometrist told you that it’s possible to have cancer in the eyes.
When working a job in construction, it’s important to keep your eyes safe. Eyeglasses won’t cut it; you’ll need protective eyewear. So, how important is eye safety when working industrial and construction jobs?
Multifocal Contact Lenses Here’s a fun video about multifocal contact lenses and how it can improve your quality of life by not relying on glasses 100% of the time! Contact us when you are ready to explore the world of contact lenses!
Pink eye, also referred to as conjunctivitis, is one of the most common eye diseases that both children and adults alike contract. It happens when the conjunctiva, or the clear tissue lining the inside part of your eyelids and the white part of your eyes becomes inflamed. As a result, your eyes’ blood vessels become […]
There’s no doubt that technological advancements have made our lives easier and more fun. Browsing through your laptop, watching TV series, or playing mobile games for hours are just some of the things that people do every day. While enjoyable, using digital devices for a prolonged time may be doing more harm than good for […]
What is astigmatism? The number question patients ask me. The way it is pronounced makes it seem like a bad eye disease like your eye will fall out. Well it’s not. Most of the time, astigmatism is pretty much means the surface of your eyeball is not perfectly round. That’s all. You probably hear the […]
For athletes, having good vision is important. It’s true that skills, talent and commitment can take them far in their chosen sport, but having excellent optics can bring you to the top. Eyes on Norbeck, your eyeglasses specialist, discusses how sports vision training can help you excel on the playing field.