Allergies and Contact Lenses: Part 2 Q
Pollen is not the only cause of allergies that can affect your eyes and make wearing contact lenses uncomfortable. Dust, mold, smoke, and pet danderRead More
How Does Herpes Affect the Eyes?
Eye herpes affects over 1.5 million people around the world each year. The most common type of eye herpes is called epithelial keratitis, which tendsRead More
Pink Eye: What Do I Do?
If your child’s eyes are sore, scratchy or watery, they most likely have ‘Pink Eye’. Pink eye is the most common eye problem among children,Read More
Top 5 Pediatric Eye Emergencies
In the United States, approximately 380,000 patients per year are seen by emergency eye doctors. Over 33% are children requiring emergency eye care. While pediatricRead More
Guide to Eye Drops
What are eye drops used for? Eye drops are commonly administered or prescribed by eye doctors for a number of different reasons. The most commonRead More