Blepharospasm is a condition that causes your eyelids to involuntarily jerk back and forth. It involves rapid, continuous eye movements, which can be uncomfortable. It can also compromise your eyesight to a certain degree if it’s not managed properly. Read on as your expert
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.
Most refractive errors can be managed by wearing corrective eyewear. Contact lenses are a safe and comfortable option; they can effectively address your visual acuity needs while being extremely convenient. In today’s post, Shady Grove Eye and Vision Care, shares several
Contact lenses are ideal solutions for correcting vision problems. With proper care, you can make your lenses last and prevent the risk of eye infections. Here are 13 lens care tips from your trusted eye doctor in Arlington, VA, at Shady Grove Eye and Vision Care:
Is eating carrots good for your eye health? Fortunately, our moms are partially right on encouraging us to eat carrots to improve our vision. While carrots have high levels of nutritional value, it’s unlikely that they’ll make significant impact in how well we see.
Orthokeratology (Ortho-K) is a non-surgical way to improve your vision by using specially shaped contact lenses to reshape the cornea. You wear these lenses overnight so you can go through the next day without need for glasses or contacts.