• What is Color Blindness?

    Color blindness occurs when problems with color-sensing pigments in the eyes called cones prevent the ordinary perception of color. A person with color blindness might only see a shade of blue, green or red, or might not see one of those colors at all. Ninety-nine…

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  • What Are The Best Coatings for Your Eyeglasses?

    Lens coatings are popular because they can enhance the performance and appearance of your eyeglasses. Here are 4 of the most popular lens coatings on the market: Anti-Reflective (AR or anti-glare): Because normal lenses reflect light, they can create glare and…

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  • How To Protect Your Eyes from Cosmetics

    For many women, applying and removing makeup is fairly routine. However, many women may be unaware how improper use of makeup can cause infections, allergic reactions, and even eye injury. Eye problems might range from watery¬†eyes, to corneal abrasions and…

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  • What Happens When Your Eyes Are Dilated?

    During eye examinations, a doctor can examine the inside of your eyes by looking through the pupil to the retina. Ordinarily, our pupils shrink when a doctor shines a light into them. With special eye drops that dilate the eye, our pupils will open wide even…

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