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What Is Photorejuvenation?

A woman receiving a photorejuvenation treatment in a clinic.

Photorejuvenation is a non-invasive dermatological treatment designed to improve the skin’s texture, tone, and overall appearance. This procedure can address various skin imperfections, including sun damage, age spots, and redness, utilizing light-based technology. You’ve probably heard of intense pulsed light therapy (IPL) as a dry eye treatment. Photorejuvenation is an increasingly popular option that offers […]

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What Are the Pros & Cons of Ortho-K Lenses?

A close-up of a woman's hands as she handles an orthokeratology contact lens.

Orthokeratology, commonly known as ortho-k, is emerging as a pioneering approach in vision correction.  These specially designed contact lenses are worn overnight to temporarily reshape the cornea. This reshaping allows for clear vision during the day without needing glasses or traditional contact lenses to see, but the lenses require diligent wear for consistent results. These […]

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Are Eyeglasses for Night Driving Different?

A man driving his car at night wearing a pair of eyeglasses.

Night driving can be more hazardous than daytime driving. Reduced visibility and glare from oncoming headlights and streetlamps can make it difficult to assess road conditions.  To help reduce glare, some individuals may use night driving glasses. They have yellow lens tint, can be bought over the counter, and don’t usually contain a vision prescription. […]

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Myopia vs Hyperopia: What’s the Difference?

A patient in a blue shirt with nicely manicured fingernails smiles while holding a paddle that covers their right eye to test their vision while at the optometrist's office.

When it comes to our vision, there are a lot of issues that can alter our clarity of sight. Myopia and hyperopia are 2 distinct types of refractive errors—meaning your eye can’t focus on light properly, leading to blurry vision—that can significantly impact our daily lives and our children’s lives.  Myopia, or nearsightedness, occurs when […]

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