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Tips for protecting your eyes in the digital age

With the amount of time we spend staring at screens today, it’s no surprise that a host of eye problems have sprung up since the start of the digital age. It is one major problem that continues to reoccur for all age groups. Here’s all you need to know about protecting your eyes in the digital age...

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7 Signs That You Need to Visit an Optometrist in Winter Park

When’s the last time you’ve had your eyes checked? Have you noticed yourself squinting at faraway or small objects? Do you find it frustrating to read text close up? If you’re noticing that something’s wrong with your eyes, it’s time to visit an optometrist...

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Choosing the Best Eye Doctor in Winter Park For You

Your eye is a very critical part of your body. Choosing the right eye doctor is just as important as keeping your eyes healthy. There are different types of eye doctors, so you might find choosing the right one a confusing process...

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Guide on How to Overcome Presbyopia

If you find it difficult to read text from a laptop or mobile phone or tablet screen, it is very likely that you are suffering from presbyopia. As we grow old, the eyes start to lose their ability to focus on small objects since the lens hardens and is unable to flex, making it difficult to see things close by. Presbyopia starts occurring from forty years and above. It is something that everyone gets to some degree; including people who have never had vision problems in their life...

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A Guide to Teens and Contact Lenses

Is your teen having trouble seeing? Are you a teenager who’s tired of squinting to see the board at class? Here’s all you need to know about contact lenses...

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What are Scleral Contact Lenses?

Scleral contacts are large-diameter gas permeable contact lenses specifically designed to vault over the entire corneal surface and rest on the white of the eye. Scleral lenses can functionally replace the irregular cornea with a perfectly smooth optical surface to correct vision problems caused by most corneal irregularities...

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Scleral Contact Lenses - Are they easy to use?

The thought of inserting a large rigid lens into your eyes may sound menacing but the truth is that these lenses are easy to use. Like all contact lenses, scleral lenses require some time to adjust. After a few days of use you will get used to them.The staff at Eyes of Winter Park take their time to assist you through the entire process to ensure that you experience success with these lenses. The first and most important step is to make cleanliness and hygiene a priority and not a convenience...

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