Optos Retinal Scanning Revolutionizes the Eye Care Industry

Technology is constantly changing; anyone who upgrades yearly to the newest version of the iPhone knows this! Just like that new iPhone makes it easier for people to manage their daily lives, new systems in the eye care field—like the Optos ultra-widefield retinal scanning system—make it easier for physicians to diagnose and treat patients’ eye… Read More


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What Actually Are Polarized Lenses?

People who spend time outdoors might have issues with significant glare. The combination of strong sunlight and water or snow might necessitate a special type of eyeglasses. Polarized lenses available from an eyeglasses store can resolve this issue, making it easier to see. The Problem Smooth water, ground covered with snow, or a flat roadway… Read More

UV Rays & Your Vision

Spending a sunny day outside could be just what the doctor ordered. Sun exposure has a number of positive health benefits, like improving sleep quality, enhancing the immune system, and boosting serotonin production, which can lift spirits. But before heading to the park, make sure to grab some certified UV protection sunglasses because UV rays… Read More

Seeing the World through Your Baby’s Eyes

Like many animals, baby humans aren’t born with the vision we have as adults (in fact, vision declines with age). Babies learn over time how to focus their eyes, shift their gaze, and process visual information to understand the world around them. That’s why it’s so critical for parents and doctors to provide babies with… Read More

Why Is the Sky Blue?

It’s an age-old question and one that we’ve all asked at some point: why is the sky blue? To answer this, it’s first important to understand that the white light from the sun is a mixture of all the colors of the rainbow. Isaac Newton once famously used a prism to show the spectrum of… Read More

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