Learning About Glasses For Kids Learning About Glasses For Kids

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Learning About Glasses For Kids

Hello, I’m Vinnie. Welcome to my site about glasses for kids. When I was a toddler, I received my first pair of prescription glasses. The glasses helped correct a problem focusing and slight nearsightedness. Since then, I have always worn glasses or contacts to keep my vision from worsening. My site will explore all of the ways you can help your kids adjust to their new pair of glasses. I will talk about making it through the eye exam and introducing them to the glasses. My site will also cover techniques you can use to help your kids learn how to care for their new lenses.

FAQs About Eye Examinations For Contacts

Making the switch from eyeglasses to contact lenses is a bit more complicated than ordering lenses that seem to fit your current prescription. You will have to undergo a special eye examination with your eye doctor to have the contacts properly fitted. If you are thinking of switching to contacts or want to alternate between them and eyeglasses, here is what you need to know.   Why Do You Need a Separate Examination? Read More 

Bad Vision After The Military? You May Deserve Compensation

The military is full of opportunities for accelerated wear and tear. Like many industries with heavy labor and uncertain situations, your lack of a job description means being put into situations that aren't always safe and may be downright experimental. Even with world-class safety procedures, the nature of the the Department of Defense is war and risk that can't always be mitigated. If your vision seems more blurry than it used to be, it could be normal degradation as you age--or it could have been something from your military service. Read More 

What You Should Know About Retinal Detachment

There is a type of tissue at the back of your eyes that is light sensitive, called your retina. If the retina becomes detached, it means that it has pulled away from the other tissue layers that surround it. You need to understand how this happens, how you know it has occurred, and what can be done about it. Here are some important things to know about a retinal detachment. Read More