You've just learned you need corrective lenses. But will you choose eyeglasses or contacts? There's no right or wrong choice between the two, but one may be a better fit for your own lifestyle and habits than the other. Both will improve your vision, and both are safe to wear daily. One is highly visible. The other is not. It may be easier to choose your type of corrective lens if you know more about the benefits and challenges of each. Your vision specialist can help you decide.
Your eyes help you see the world around you. For instance, you take in the beauty and wonders of nature. You get to capture the smile of your family for years to come. Plus, you need your vision for work, play, driving, reading, and so much more. With so much riding on your vision and the health of your eyes, you should take every step possible to preserve your vision and the health of your eyes with these tips.
Eye conditions and diseases can affect your vision and overall quality of life. Fortunately, eye specialists see these conditions regularly and can intervene as necessary to preserve your sight for as long as possible. So which eye conditions and diseases are common? Let's discuss!
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