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Can a Child Outgrow Myopia?

Refractive vision problems are very common in children, with studies estimating that around 1 in 4 children need to use some sort of vision correction in order to see clearly. The most common refractive eye condition in the world is myopia.

Every parent wants the very best for their child, including making sure that their eyes are as healthy as possible and working properly. Research suggests that up to 10% of preschoolers and 25% of school-aged children have vision disorders which could be impacting their learning and development.

CO-Management: LASIK Pre-Op and Post-Op Care

LASIK or laser eye surgery is a popular surgical procedure that corrects certain eye conditions. These eye conditions include myopia, astigmatism, and hyperopia. To perform the surgery, ophthalmologists use lasers to reshape the eye cornea. This improves visual acuity and provides a permanent alternative to patients who need eyeglasses or contacts.

Tips for Picking the Perfect Glasses

Eyeglasses offer a host of benefits over contact lenses. They don’t need as much care and maintenance. Also, since you don’t have to replace them as often as you would with contact lenses, eyeglasses tend to be less expensive in the long run. What’s more, eyeglasses can be an extension of your personality and unique style.

Types of Contact Lenses

Many people use a variety of methods to improve vision. Wearing contact lenses is one of these many effective options. In fact, about 45 million people in the United States wear contact lenses. If you’re wondering what type of contact lenses are suitable for your visual needs and lifestyle, you are in the right place. Here are the alternatives available for you:

Back To School Vision Care In Greer, SC

Back To School Vision Care In Greer, SC Your children will start going to school again soon. It's already August, and that means there is about less than a month until...

Electronics and Digital Eye Strain

Digital eye strain, also known as computer vision syndrome, refers to a variety of eye and vision-related issues that arise directly as a result of prolonged use of a digital device, such as a computer, tablet, e-reader, or smartphone. While the condition isn’t usually serious and the effects go away once take steps to reduce your discomfort, if you don’t seek a solution, the symptoms can have a substantial impact on the quality of your day to day life. 

Contact Lens vs Traditional Glasses

Deciding Between Eyeglasses and Contacts: What You Need to Know It can be hard to decide whether traditional glasses or contacts are a better fit for your needs. Our eye doctor...

Signs Your Kids Might Have Vision Problems

Signs Your Kids Might Have Vision Problems Children are notorious for not telling their parents if they are having vision problems. This may be especially true for children who have always...

Choosing the Right Prescription Sunglasses: Protect Your Eyes from the Sun

Protect Your Eyes from the Sun with Blue Ridge Vision At Blue Ridge Vision, we are always working to offer our patients more ways to improve their vision and protect their...

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