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How to Prepare for LASIK Surgery

April 13, 2022   |  Posted By admin

LASIK Surgery is a modern-day miracle for many people suffering from impaired vision.

5 Signs You Need New Glasses

5 Signs You Need New Glasses

March 17, 2022   |  Posted By admin

Although SilkVision does not currently have an optical shop or deal in glasses on a regular basis, we understand that knowing when you need new glasses is not always easy, and we love to help inform our readers. Your glasses may be comfortable, stylish, and par

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These Eye Drops Could Replace Your Reading Glasses

February 15, 2022   |  Posted By admin

If you haven’t seen the headlines already, let us tell you the good news: there is a new FDA-approved eye drop that replaces the need for reading glasses. Optometrists and ophthalmologists across the country have seen an astounding interest in these eye drops from their patients.

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Eye Prescriptions Explained

January 24, 2022   |  Posted By admin

According to the Vision Council, a nonprofit trade association for optical equipment manufacturers and suppliers, just about 75% of adults use some sort of vision correction, meaning glasses or contacts. That’s a staggering number of adults requiring regular eye prescriptions.

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What You Need to Know About Blood Pressure & Glaucoma

November 16, 2021   |  Posted By admin

Glaucoma is a group of eye diseases that can damage the eye’s optic nerve and result in vision loss and blindness. It is damaged through constant pressure building up in the eye through poor fluid drainage. This pressure is referred to as ocular hypertension.

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How Screen Time Affects Your Child’s Eyesight

September 21, 2021   |  Posted By admin

“How much screen time should I allow my kids?” is a question that has been asked since the introduction of family TVs and, later, computers.

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When to See a Doctor for Dry Eyes

July 20, 2021   |  Posted By admin

Dry eye syndrome is a group of symptoms caused by poor tear production. Not just made up of water, tears also contain mucus and oil that help lubricate and protect the surface of your eyes from injury or infection.

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How Do You Get Contact Lenses?

February 16, 2021   |  Posted By admin

When it comes to vision correction, a popular aid is contact lenses. However, like the shoes you wear, there are different sizes and styles to suit different people. How do you know which one is right for you? Follow these steps to learn how you get contact lenses.

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What to Expect While Recovering From Cataract Surgery

January 19, 2021   |  Posted By admin

We discussed in our last blog post how you should prepare for cataract surgery. Most of the preparations were to make your recovery time short and without stress. In this blog post, we’re laying out what you should and shouldn’t do in the days and weeks following your procedure.
Optometrists uses vision device to test patient's eye sight.

Optometry vs. Ophthalmology: What's the Difference?

November 17, 2020   |  Posted By admin

Optometrists and ophthalmologists both play an important role in maintaining your eye health, but that role differs slightly due to their levels of training and areas of expertise. You’ll want to make time to see one or the other depending on what sort of eye care treatment you’re seeking out.