Need For Vision Correction
Tweens and Teens Sports Vision
To be competitive on the playing field you need peak performance from your entire body – and your eyes are no exception. Sports vision is teen-sports"full-scope," and primary eye care can help you optimize these three key visual skills:
To be competitive on the playing field you need peak performance from your entire body – and your eyes are no exception. Sports vision is "fullscope," and primary eye care can help you optimize these three key visual skills:
One in four teenagers need vision correction. If you’re the one in four, you’ve probably been wearing glasses for a while. You already know if you’re shortsighted, longsighted or if you have astigmatism, the three most common vision issues that come to light when you’re young.
Vision Correction 20s-30s
In a recent survey sponsored by Bausch + Lomb, more than three times as many of the adults surveyed thought that women looked better without glasses and more than twice as many of the adults surveyed thought that men looked better without glasses.
Vision Correction 40s and 50s
Even if you’ve never worn spectacles or contact lenses, chances are you know about shortsightedness (myopia), longsightedness (hyperopia), and astigmatism. You may have even developed one of these vision correction conditions. But there’s one other condition that commonly develops in people around the age of 40 you may not have heard of:presbyopia.
Everything You Need To Know About Myopia or Short-Sightedness
Uncorrected refractive errors such as Myopia or short-sightedness is one of the most common vision 1` in people . In recent years, the number of individuals experiencing myopia has increased at an alarming rate.Know More