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What Are Multifocal Glasses and How Do They Work?

July 14, 2022

As you age, your sight may change, causing you to lose your close-up vision. This change in vision is referred to as Presbyopia. If this happens, you will need to hold the phone, tablet, menu, or a book farther away to acquire reading clarity. This eye condition is common in people over 40 but there are ways to correct the disorder. You can wear multifocal lenses which are available in the form of eyeglasses and contact lenses.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Myopia Control

June 22, 2022

Myopia, or nearsightedness, is the most common refractive eye condition with a significant increase in children. When someone has myopia, distant objects appear blurry to them. As an eye becomes more myopic, there is an increase in ocular health concerns. Therefore, eye doctors try to control, slow down, the progression of myopia.

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Do I Need Surgery to Remove my Cataracts?

June 6, 2022

For most patients, cataracts will develop slowly over a number of months and years. This slow development means that it may take a long time before your vision becomes significantly affected. In the early stages of a cataract, your eye doctor at Clarke EyeCare Center will probably recommend that you wear prescription glasses, as these are usually successful in improving your vision so that you can see clearly day to day.   

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Polarized vs UV Protection: Which is Better for Me?

May 31, 2022

When it comes to choosing your sunglasses, it isn’t only style that is important. There are a range of different options available and deciding which are right for you can be a little overwhelming. Many people get confused about what polarized and UV protection lenses are. Some even think that they are the same thing. Here’s what you need to know about both options, to find which of the two may be better for you.

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Contact Lens Fitting: The Exam Process

March 30, 2022

To date, contact lenses remain the most popular alternative to eyeglasses. This is especially true for patients who require prescription glasses for regular vision correction. Contact lenses offer more significant versatility and flexibility than their alternatives.

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