There are things we can do every day to take care of the health of our eyes. Simple things, such as making sure we wash our hands before we touch our eyes, wearing sunglasses to protect our eyes from UV rays, eating nutrient-rich foods such as nuts, fish and leafy greens, and adhering to the […]
To keep your eyeglasses in optimal condition, it’s important to take care of them. Always lay your glasses down with the lenses facing up, store your glasses in a case when you’re not using them and clean your glasses frequently, the right way. Step #1 Wash and dry your hands to make sure they’re clean […]
There are many things to consider when deciding whether to wear glasses or contact lenses to correct your vision, including the convenience of each and which would best fit your lifestyle. Here are some things to think about. Pros of Wearing Glasses They’re easy – you simply put them on and go. Less upkeep – […]
Contact lenses can be a great alternative to traditional glasses, but to safely wear contact lenses, you must be committed to caring for them properly and replace them when needed. Following these rules will help keep your eyes healthy while using contact lenses.
UV rays are part of the electromagnetic (light) spectrum that reaches the earth from the sun. Its wavelengths are shorter than visible light, making UV radiation naked to the eye. The wavelengths are classified as UVA, UVB, or UVC. They differ in their biological activity and the extent to which they can penetrate the skin.
Bring your used plastic lenses to Cheyenne Eye Clinic & Surgery Center. We’ll make sure they’re properly recycled so the materials can be reused, kept out of the landfill and out of our oceans, lakes and streams. What can be recycled? Eyeglasses Plastic Lenses Complete Pairs of Eyeglasses Contact lenses and packaging
Have you ever noticed how fast your eye can focus when you look from something far away to an object nearby? The change can be seamless, or you may have to wait a beat for the object to come into focus. As we age, it can become more difficult to see close-up. This is called […]