Independent Eyewear focuses on targeting a specific portion of the population. Their goal is to provide unique and quality frames that are constantly updated to match the current trends. In this newsletter, we will explain the significance of independent eyewear.
As the heat waves pass by towards the end of summer, we are ready and equipped for the end of summer and arrival of fall. With fall, most spend more time indoors compared to during the hot summer seasons. More indoor time often equates to more computer/screen time which means perfect corrected vision is even more important.
Old Bellevue Wine Walk is on Thursday, September 15th 2022 @5PM – 8PM. The Old Bellevue Eye Specialists will be participating again this year and we will be having a limited time sale of 30-50% on our sunglasses selection! There will be light refreshments to accompany the wine sampling from Kerloo Cellars.
Eye prescriptions can be challenging to understand. In this newsletter, we will clarify how to understand your eye prescription to make your experience the best it can possibly be.
Contact Lens provide patients with more flexibility and comfort during the day. This also comes with a lot more responsibility. Contact lens use requires the maintenance of hygienic practices. This is to ensure the prevention of infections and other physical harm to the eyes.
On average, a normal person blinks about 7-8x times less when looking at screens compared to when not viewing a screen. The decreased blink rate increases the risk of dry eye problems occurring in a patient.
Our eyes are not only important for maintaining a healthy vision, but are also a key indicator of our overall health, too. Due to its ability to monitor multiple health systems, having eye exams every 1-2 years is vital for the average adult.