Certain eye conditions initiate an inflammatory response in your eyes. This may cause the blood vessels in your eyes to enlarge, giving your eyes a reddish appearance. In today’s post, Vision Solutions, your leading provider of reliable glaucoma treatment and other eye care services, discusses some common causes of red eyes. [Read more…]
Fall is a popular time to enjoy outdoor activities with your loved ones. With the beautiful falling leaves and mild temperatures, there’s no better time for going on a hike or hosting a barbecue. Unfortunately, fall is also prime time for eye allergies. In today’s post, your reliable eye care clinic, Vision Solutions, explains what causes fall eye allergies and how to manage them: [Read more…]
Currently, more than three million Americans have glaucoma, a condition that stems from high intraocular pressure. Glaucoma is often asymptomatic in its early stages, making it difficult to detect. In today’s post, your expert glaucoma treatment clinic, Vision Solutions, shares four ways you can protect your eyes from the threat of glaucoma:
Glaucoma is a leading cause of vision loss in the world, affecting around 60 million people. At Vision Solutions, we are committed to spreading awareness about glaucoma. Read on as your leading provider of quality contact lenses and other eye care services answers frequently asked questions about this condition. [Read more…]
Glaucoma is a sight-threatening eye disease that generally develops due to an increase in intraocular pressure (IOP), which can lead to compression of your optic nerve. The condition requires prompt treatment to prevent vision problems. Read on as Vision Solutions, your go-to eye care clinic, discusses the different types of glaucoma:
Dr. Cauchi, the trusted optometrist in La Mesa presents information and helpful tips on how you can protect your eyes from bacteria, fungus and amoeba. Read on to learn more on how you can maintain a safe and eye-healthy summer.
Your sense of sight is a product of intricate coordination between your brain and your eyes. If either of your eyes is unable to coordinate properly with your brain, you may develop a condition called amblyopia, which can compromise your vision even if you wear prescription contact lenses or eyeglasses. [Read more…]