How Do Multifocal Contact Lenses Work?

Do you have trouble seeing far away as well as up close? You’re not alone, this is a common vision impairment. If you’ve started to lose your ability to focus up close (presbyopia), multifocal contact lenses might be right for you 42% of people have nearsightedness, and farsightedness becomes more common after the age of 40. These are different than …

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Eye Exams for Children 101

Healthy eye sight at any age is important. With children, it is important to evaluate overall eye health and get ahead of the game to detect and treat vision issues as early as possible. Sometimes, it is even possible prevent poor eyesight before it starts. Additionally, when a vision issue is detected, prompt treatment is ideal. A child’s eyesight is …

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The Best Men’s Designer Frames

Picking new designer eyewear can be a dreadful task at times, but it doesn’t have to be! The best men’s designer frames will leave you feeling confident and looking good. From choosing style and color, to the brand and frames, we got you covered. At Fashion Eye Center, we have many designer eyeglasses for men for you to choose from. …

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What Are Progressive Lenses?

Wondering if progressive lenses are right for you? Are you having trouble seeing objects up close or reading? It could be time for a visit to your eye doctor. If you have been experiencing problems with clear vision at all distances, it may be time for progressive lenses. So, what are progressive lenses? Progressive lenses, also known as multifocal lenses, have …

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What Causes Eye Floaters?

When it comes to understanding what causes eye floaters, there are many factors to consider. Eye floaters are tiny specs in your eye that have a small cobweb appearance. They are dark and  shadowed shapes that can look like spots, thread-like strands, or squiggly lines. Eye floaters are more common between the ages of 50 – 70 but can occur at …

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Benefits of Eye Exams

What are the benefits of eye exams and why are they so important? Well, understanding the importance of annual vision check-ups is crucial to your overall health. Not just annual comprehensive eye exams, but regular exams too. Our eyes are 24/7 working machines that can sometimes be overlooked or taken for granted. Routine eye exams not only evaluate your visual …

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What Causes Farsightedness?

Farsightedness, also known as hyperopia, is a common vision condition in adults which allows you to see distant objects clearly, but nearby objects are blurry. With over three million cases per year, it’s appropriate to ask the question of what causes farsightedness and how can it be treated? Understanding the difference between hyperopia and the normal eye is easy, and in …

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Difference Between Glaucoma and Cataracts

What is the difference between glaucoma and cataracts? Well, both glaucoma and cataracts are physical conditions that cause vision loss. When discussing glaucoma vs. cataracts, it’s important to note that although these eye conditions both cause damaged vision, they are not the same thing. As we age, the clear lens in our eyes begins to thicken and over time becomes …

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Different Types of Contact Lenses

Are you searching for the different types of contact lenses and which is best for you? Contact lenses are the perfect choice for anyone who doesn’t want to wear eyeglasses all of the time or experience LASIK surgery. People with vision problems tend to inquire about contact lenses because they are affordable, easy to use, and not nearly as noticeable as glasses …

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What Causes Glaucoma?

A question we hear frequently, what causes glaucoma? Well, there are many different types of glaucoma but long story short, glaucoma is a group of eye conditions and diseases. These diseases damage the eye’s optic nerve and has the potential to result in permanent blindness or vision loss. Basically, the nerve connecting the eye to the brain is impaired, commonly caused …

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