Wednesday, 11 November 2015
If you wear glasses or contact lenses, you know that you should visit your eye doctor at least once a year. Your optometrist will check your eyes for signs of any serious conditions like glaucoma and ensure that your prescription didn't change in the last 12 months. Using a prescription that is even slightly off from what you need can leave you battling some long term damage in the future. Even if you do not wear glasses, you may need to visit a Bolton optometry clinic or when you experience some specific symptoms.
Monday, 26 October 2015
Clear vision is an important sense, and in this digital age, to have it is to be gifted with the means to move in the world with ease. It is thus imperative to spare no effort in ensuring that your eyesight is excellent at all times. For some people, maintaining optimal vision means using corrective eyewear, which is usually prescribed by an optometrist after a comprehensive eye exam. Patients can make a choice between eye glasses or contact lenses, or in most cases, they prefer to have both for use alternately. To most eye doctors and specialists in Bolton, it all depends on personal preference. Either way, both eyewear serve the same function of correcting refractive errors like Myopia, Hypermetropia and astigmatism, and other eye problems.
Monday, 7 September 2015
A local Bolton optometry clinic, such as Bolton Vision Centre, is a place reserved only for the visually challenged, right? Not quite. A good number of people (which might include yourself) might still believe the misconception that if you see well, your eyes are perfectly fine. An eye doctor gauges more than just visual acuity; with a comprehensive eye exam, your vision and the overall health of your eyes are assessed. So if you haven’t visited an eye doctor in a while, you might need to do so soon. Take note that there are tell-tale signs that indicate the need for an urgent eye exam.