How important is it to fill your eye prescription with proper eyewear? Here are some vision problems that can be identified in an eye examination and corrected with a prescription.
Most frequently seen in young children and often called lazy eye. Early detection and corrective action is critical because in time the brain adapts to this condition by turning off the affected eye, and unless treated the loss of vision becomes irreversible.
Often occurring in conjunction with farsightedness and nearsightedness, astigmatism causes the eye to focus incorrectly. Symptoms may include headache, squinting, and eyestrain.
Distance vision may be very good, but near vision is affected. This condition makes reading and close work difficult.
Seeing at a distance is blurry. Near vision is often quite good. This condition frequently appears between the ages of 6 and 21 and may get worse after age 30.
The eye gradually loses its ability to focus at close range, making reading and close work difficult. This condition generally appears in the late 30s and worsens with advancing age, causing the need for bifocals or reading glasses.
Our highly trained and licensed opticians will analyze and interpret your prescription to determine the lenses that best meet your personal lifestyle and vision needs.
Whether you are nearsighted (myopic), farsighted (hyperopic) or you require multifocal lenses (presbyopic), our eye care professionals will help you find the perfect eyewear solution.