We want to make learning about your eye health simple and easy. Instead of searching all over the internet for answers, you can now use our comprehensive Eye Health Guide. Explore the different categories below filled with eye care and vision facts to understand how your vision works, learn about common eye diseases and treatment options, and find any other eye health info you want to know!

Contact Lens Basics Learn the most important facts about contact lenses and what you should know before talking to your eye doctor. Eye Care Dictionary Our Eye Care Dictionary will define and explain common eye conditions, industry terms, and the most current technology used by optometrists. Healthy Sight Learn how to protect not only your vision, but your children’s vision for the future. How the Eye Works The human eye is pretty incredible. See how your eye uses light every day to create the world around you. Protecting Your Eyes Both children and adults can learn how to protect their eyes while playing sports, at work, or during any other dangerous activity. Eye Exams Your annual eye exam is an important part of ensuring the health of your eyes. Learn everything you need to know about eye exams for you and your family.

Computer Eyestrain Extensive exposure to digital devices is dangerous to your health and your eyes. Find out what you can do to protect yourself. Children’s Vision Explore our resources on caring for your child’s eyes, what problems to look out for, and how to ensure healthy vision. Vision Surgery Learn about the surgical options for vision correction that could mean a life without the need for contact lenses or glasses. Eye Diseases Study the basics of common eye diseases like glaucoma, cataracts, diabetes, and macular degeneration. Eye Conditions Find out the symptoms of the most common eye conditions and your treatment options. Vision Over 40 Your eyes change as you age. Learn about what complications may arise and how to continue caring for your eyesight. Vision Over 60 See what age-related eye changes are normal and what changes are the sign of a more serious disease or eye condition.

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