People with dry eyes lack sufficient lubrication and moisture on the surface of the eye. Inadequate tear production and poor tear quality are among the most common causes of dry eyes, but it was only recently that researchers realized that a vitamin D deficiency can also trigger this eye condition.
Over 30.3 million people in the U.S., or 9.4% of the overall population, have diabetes, a chronic disease caused by a deficiency in the production of insulin in the pancreas. Diabetes is also the leading cause of vision loss in America for people under the age of 74.
Apart from prescription eyeglasses and contact lenses, Innovative Eyecare also offers LASIK co-management as part of our vision correction options. It’s a safe, effective and lasting solution to your refractive error. Today, your eye doctors answer commonly asked questions about LASIK.
Are you having a hard time seeing things that are close to you? You may have hyperopia. More commonly referred to as farsightedness, this refractive error affects roughly 14 million Americans.
Constant tear production is necessary to maintain your visual health and comfort. In addition to keeping your eyes lubricated, tears wash away foreign matter in your eyes. Any irregularities with the quality or quantity of your tears may result in dry eye syndrome.
Most people with refractive errors wear eyeglasses or contact lenses to correct their vision. While these types of corrective eyewear are effective, Innovative Eyecare offers an equally effective alternative that’s quickly gaining popularity: orthokeratology.
Welcome to Innovative Eyecare’s blog section. This is where you’ll find regular updates about the latest trends, techniques, and technologies in the optometry field. We’ll also post things you should know about common eye conditions and tips on taking care of your eyes.
At Innovative Eyecare, we prioritize our every patient’s comfort and satisfaction. Your eye doctors are always up-to-date with the latest techniques and technologies in the optometry field. We use advanced equipment to ensure we reach an accurate diagnosis of your current visual health, allowing us to provide reliable eye care.