Love Your Lenses Week (#LoveYourLenses) 2018 is taking place between 24 and 30 March. If you’ve not seen your optician in a while, it’s a prime time to book in an aftercare appointment.
Research shows that more than half of contact lens wearers don’t wash their hands before applying contact lenses and that 14% of wearers admit to using tap water or saliva to clean their lenses!
Amateur boxer Rosanne explains why she opted for a non-surgical vision correction option called ortho-k so she could be free of glasses.
Short case history showing the contact lens management of a patient with flap melt post treatment of epithelial ingrowth after LASIK,
Occasionally people find that their contact lenses sting when they apply them to their eye. There’s usually a couple of reasons behind it, here’s a few simple tips to help you.
Make sure you protect your eyes from UV light. It’s important to protect your eyes at all ages but especially children. Prolonged UV light exposure is associated with the development of Pingueculae, Cataracts and Age Related Macular Degeneration.
Read Dr. Dave’s article…’research shows that the 35-44 age group spend nearly 4 hours a day peering at screens. It’s no surprise then that two-thirds of computer users suffer from eye strain when working on digital devices. Let’s explore how this behavior affects our eyes and what can done to relieve the strain.’