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FAQ – Eye Care Basics

Here are some of the most commonly asked questions we receive and video answers for each. Toggle each question open and closed by clicking the + and – symbols. If you have a question for us, submit it using the form at the bottom of the page.
Optometrist Dr Jeff Taranto shares how important it is to get an eye exam and how often a person should get their eyes checked.

© 2017 A Wise Way
Expert ophthalmologist Mr. Brian Little advises how often you should get checked for eye diseases such as glaucoma and cataracts.

© 2018 Top Doctors UK
Dr. Lindsay Rhodes of Medical West discusses the need for consistent eye exams to detect and treat potential eye issues and complications.

© 2013 UAB Medical West
Here is an informative video explaining the difference between the three O's....Optometrist, Ophthalmologist and Optician.

© 2008 Visionary Eyecare
What causes blurry vision and how we can correct it. Routine causes and corresponding treatments.

© 2019 AllAboutVision
This video shows you 5 steps to get rid of a stye overnight. Have a pimple-like bump on your eyelid? Learn all about eye stye treatment and how to get rid of them for good.

© 2017 AllAboutVision
Drs. Hanson and Richie review the importance of sunglasses for blocking harmful UV rays and preventing eye problems such as cataracts and macular degeneration.

© Richie Eye Clinic
Listing 8 tasty foods rich in vitamins for improving eyesight naturally, these foods can also enhance your overall health.

© 2017 Healthveins
Not all "computer glasses" are created equal. In this video I'll show you the difference between glasses that just filter out Blue Light and those that help with Digital Eye Strain.

© 2018 Eye Influence
Optician Ben Fazio discusses a common concern that clients have with night driving. The two options he recommends are anti-reflective lenses or Blutech (known for the amber color) which keep out the blue light that many headlights have now. Blutech is also recommended for computer use to block out the UV light..

© 2016 Montgomery Eye Care
How do sunglasses actually work? How can some types cause damage to your eyes? And why do astronauts wear glasses made of gold?

© 2015 The Royal Institution
What causes red eyes when swimming? The chlorine may not be the culprit.

© 2018 KPRC 2 Click2Houston
Want to know how anti reflective coatings work? Not sure if Anti-reflective coatings are worth the money? Learn all about anti glare lenses and how they affect your vision.

© 2018 Dr. Eye Health
STOP DOING THIS!!! If You Care About Your Eyes, You Should Know This!

© 2020 Healthy Little Things
Are Online Eye Exams Accurate? Dr. Saunders weighs in on this growing trend.

© 2020 VSP Vision Care
Chemistry can tell us if this age old tale is true, or just a myth.

© 2014 Reactions
But the most common problem causing headaches in the area behind the eyes is related to vision.

© 2016 WS Westwood
It seems harmless enough but doctors are warning an everyday habit could have devastating consequences.

© 2020 7NewsAustralia
Are your eyes stinging or burning from wearing a face mask? Learn more about your diet or supplementation can help relief your occasional dry eye.

© 2020 Viteyes
How To Choose The Right Swimming Goggles

© 2016 Simply Swim
Learn 3 ways on how to clean contact lenses!

© 2019 Dr. Eye Health
Feeling eye strain from being on the computer or staring at your phone? Here are 5 tips to help with eye strain relief from computer vision syndrome.

© 2019 Dr. Eye Health

© 2018 Trend Max
Seven Things That Can Change Your Eye Color

© 2018 Bright Side
What Happens Inside Your Eyes

© 2020 Bright Side
Learn the PROS and CONS of Monthly Contacts vs Daily Contacts! New to contact lenses?

© 2020 Dr. Eye Health
Unbreakable Glasses for Preschoolers & Toddlers | Cheaper Alternative to Miraflex Hingefree Glasses

© 2020 US Japan Fam
Does wearing glasses make your vision worse? Does not wearing glasses make your vision worse?

© 2021 Dr. Rupa Wong

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