Getting to pick your new frames for your glasses can be fun and exciting if you know how to choose a great frame. Everyone's face is different, so not all frames will fit all face shapes. Luckily, you can follow a few simple rules to help make picking out glasses a fantastic experience.
Your eyes are sensitive to the smallest changes in your body, and those changes can impact your vision in temporary or long-term ways. Because your eyes are highly sensitive machines, tiny shifts in things like your blood pressure, blood sugar, and hormones can cause changes in your vision. Find out more about what you need to know about diabetic retinopathy and how you can protect your eyes if you have diabetes.
It’s no secret that vision discount plans and insurance can be convoluted and confusing. So, what can you do to understand your coverage better?
No one wants their child to struggle to see. However, the symptoms of nearsightedness often go unnoticed by parents for a long time. Children as young as three can begin showing signs of Myopia, although it may not be caught for years without a proper comprehensive eye exam.
Modern life has us constantly in front of screens. Whether it’s your phone, tablet, TV, or computer, there is always some type of digital screen within reach. This over-exposure to the LED backlighting of digital displays can be damaging over time to our eyes and leads to digital eye strain.
The daily grind of the school year and extracurricular activities can get exhausting for parents, especially when you are trying to keep up with all of your children’s things. Lots of parents do not realize that even young children can benefit from the use of contact lenses.
When it comes time to book your child’s annual exam, you want to take them to a place that will provide the best vision care available. At Jarvis Vision Center, we strive to offer a welcoming environment that will put you and your child at ease.
It’s no secret that technology is rapidly changing our daily lives. Not that long ago, phones couldn’t do anything more than make phone calls, and schools had blackboards instead of smartboards.