Studies show that ultraviolet (UV) rays have inherent properties that allow them to readily penetrate your eyes. This may put you at a higher risk of developing UV-related vision problems, particularly during summer when solar radiation is stronger. Shady Grove Eye and Vision
Summer’s bright sun and warm weather makes it an ideal time to spend most of your day outdoors. You may be looking forward to having picnics in the park or playing with your kids, especially since school will resume in about a month’s time. This season, however, may also mean
Your cornea is the transparent, dome-shaped structure covering the outermost part of your eyes. Its even surface plays a central role in focusing light rays on your retina. Genetic irregularities, however, may cause corneal problems that may interfere with the light-focusing
Anisometropia refers to a condition where your eyes have varying refractive powers. It’s one of the most common causes of amblyopia, also known as “lazy eyes.” Let your trusted eye specialist from Shady Grove Eye and Vision Care share things you need to know about this problem.
At Shady Grove Eye and Vision Care, we are committed to providing you exceptional eye care services. This is why we make sure to stay updated on the latest news, studies and technologies in the visual health field. Currently, stem cell therapy as a vision correction option has
Have your eyes suddenly twitching for no apparent reason? When your eyes repeatedly and involuntarily jerk, then you may have blepharospasm, also known as eyelid tics. While this may seem harmless and common, this may also indicate an underlying ocular problem. Let your expert
A comprehensive eye exam is one of the most reliable tools to maintain your visual health. It helps in the early identification of underlying vision problems, so we can provide immediate treatment. At Shady Grove Eye and Vision Care, we understand you might feel nervous about
Children mostly learn through imitation, which is why you would often find them copying your actions and gestures. To ensure their normal learning and development, Shady Grove Eye and Vision Care highlights the need to take good care of their eyes. Being familiar with an infant’s
Low vision is a type of visual impairment that can’t be corrected by regular prescriptive eyewear. It may prevent you from completing your daily tasks with ease, reducing your quality of life. In today’s post, your expert optometrist from Shady Grove Eye and Vision Care reveals
At Shady Grove Eye and Vision Care, we are committed to continually updating our knowledge and techniques regarding our vision correction procedures. In addition to offering traditional corrective eyewear options like eyeglasses and contact lenses, we also offer laser eye
At Shady Grove Eye and Vision Care, we are committed to helping you achieve excellent vision through the latest technologies and instruments in the optometry field. We continually update our services, particularly our vision correction methods. In addition to traditional
At Shady Grove Eye and Vision Care, we make it a priority to stay updated on the latest advancements in the visual health field. We want you to enjoy better eyesight and quality of life through state-of-the-art technologies, such as Google Glass. Here, your reliable eye
At Shady Grove Eye and Vision Care, we are committed to empowering you with unmatched visual clarity using the latest optical technologies so you can accomplish your daily activities safely and easily. This is especially important whenever you’re driving or doing outdoor tasks,
Your sense of sight is a complex process that relies on the flawless function of numerous components in your visual system. Any infirmities to these eye structures may interfere with the way light rays are bent when they enter your eyes, leading to refractive errors. Here, your
At Shady Grove Eye and Vision Care, we are committed to helping you experience the three C’s of contact lens wear: comfortable, crisp, and consistent vision. That’s why we’re committed to educating our patients about how to have the best possible experience with your contacts.
Tired of eyeglasses slipping off your nose? Why not consider getting contact lenses? Check out this infographic to ensure contact lens success!
The back part of your eye is lined with a light-sensitive layer known as the retina. This structure is responsible for converting light rays into nerve signals, which the optic nerve delivers to the brain for translation.
Your eyes are delicate, highly complex organs, and understanding how your visual system works is helpful in safeguarding your visual health. Here, your trusted eye doctor discusses how your eyes work in detail.
While some vision problems (like refractive errors) are fairly obvious, others are tougher to spot, especially in their early stages. Here, your trusted optometrist from Shady Grove Eye and Vision Care shares some common red flags that may indicate an underlying vision problem in
Constant tear production is essential to maintaining your visual health and comfort. In addition to providing lubrication to keep your eyes comfortable, tears also help wash away foreign matter from your eyes. Any irregularities with your tear production may result in dry eye