Although children have not broken up from school yet, you are probably already thinking about everything they need for the school year ahead and an eye examination should be included in your list.
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Introducing an innovative new lens designed specifically for myopia management and reducing the progression of myopia.
7TH March marks the start of World Glaucoma Week. Glaucoma affects 78 million people around the world.
Children are often running about somewhere with their friends or siblings or playing energetic sports and games. It is no surprise that we come across a pair of glasses at the bottom a bag or covered in scratches and dirt. Occasionally this leads to broken or damaged glasses.
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The increase in use of digital devices for recreation and work may lead to an increase in eye fatigue.
Whilst an eye examination is an incredibly important part of looking after the health of your eyes, there are several things you can do at home that will help keep your eyes healthy this winter.
There are several eye conditions that can affect your eye health and vision in different ways. One of these common conditions is Glaucoma. Presently, it affects around 60 million people around the world.
At the beginning of the pandemic there was some confusion as to whether wearing contact lenses was safe, due to the spread of coronavirus. It has been confirmed that there is no evidence to suggest there is any correlation between wearing contact lenses and the spread of coronavirus.