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Bifocals and Multifocals: How They Work

People with refractive vision errors, also known as presbyopia (age-related decline in near vision), have special needs when it comes to eyesight. As you age, your distant or far vision may only require slight adjustments to your prescription; however, your close-up or near vision will usually require a higher-powered lens. A sign of refractive vision […]

Diabetic Eye Care Information

People with diabetes are at a higher risk for vision problems. High blood sugar can damage delicate blood vessels within your eyes. Over time, this can lead to a condition called diabetic retinopathy—which causes eye degeneration. Other vision risks associated with diabetes include glaucoma, cataracts, and diabetic macular edema (DME). All diabetic eye diseases have […]