Optos retinal imaging, or optomap, is a technology that captures up to 90% of the retina or the back of the eyes in one panoramic image. The traditional imaging method can only allow doctors to view up to 15% of the retina at one time, so an optomap exam can definitely provide a faster and […]
Vision can be a tricky thing. Because as your vision fades, the brain tends to quickly adapt to the vision loss, making it seem like you can see just fine when in fact you need to have your eyeglass prescription updated. That said, your optometrist will likely recommend complete eye exams at least once every […]
While the frame of your eyeglasses is certainly important to your appearance and comfort, make sure that you pay equal attention to the lenses as well when you are buying a new pair of glasses. Oftentimes people spend more time choosing the frame, not knowing that eyeglass lenses also come in various designs, materials and […]
Most people do not have an identical optical power, but your brain keeps you from noticing it. However, a person with anisometropia has a significant difference in vision between their two eyes. As a result, an object may appear different in one eye than the other, causing blurred vision.
Spending hours using the computer, reading, playing video games and even driving can tire your eyes out. These activities are visually demanding and can sometimes cause discomfort, headaches, and blurry vision. Other symptoms related to eye strain include light sensitivity, difficulty concentrating, itchy eyes and neck and shoulder pain.
If you’ve already taken a comprehensive eye exam before, your optometrist might say that you have 20/20 vision. You might think that it means you have perfect vision, but is that the case? Our resident eye doctors at Perception Eyecare + Eyewear explains what you need to know: