Vision problems with our eyesight can happen suddenly or over time. It is important to always pay attention to changes in your vision and promptly notify your eye doctor if you suspect any changes.
Vision problems can include computer eye strain, blurriness or inability to focus at certain distances.
If you believe your vision is changing, make an appointment with your optometrist.
Eye Exam and Prescriptions
Eye Exams Are More Than Just Vision Tests: A comprehensive annual eye exam can alert you to other medical and health issues outside of your vision.
Understanding Your Contact Lens Prescription: Trouble understanding all of the acronyms after your contact lens exam? We break it down for you.
Eye Exams for Kids
Get Ready for Back to School with an Eye Exam: Your child's vision is an important part of their success in school.
Prepare Kids for Sports with an Eye Exam: Make sure they're successful on and off the field with great vision.
Spotting Vision Problems in Children: It can be more difficult for a child to voice concerns over problems with his vision. Watch out for these signs that kids exhibit when there is trouble seeing clearly.
What is an Optometrist? Learn exactly what you can expect from your optometrist and the type of training she has to care for your eyes.
What is the Difference Between an Optometrist and an Ophthalmologist? Find out the difference between these two types of eye doctors and how they both play a role in your eye health.
*In certain states, eye exams are provided by independent Doctors of Optometry or Ophthalmology. Eye exam regularly $45 without the two pair offer. Two pair purchase required for FREE eye exam offer.