The Invisible Glasses

Signs Your Baby May Need Glasses

Many new parents have questions as to how well their baby can see. This is normal. However, there are a few signs that you should be watching out for that could indicate that your baby needs glasses. It is important to make sure that your child has an appointment with an eye doctor if you notice any of these signs. Also, please note that the indicators of a vision problem are dependent on how old your child is.   Read More...

Why Are Some Kinds Of Contacts Not Available For People With Astigmatism?

If you've ever looked into or worn contact lenses and have astigmatism, you probably know that your selections were limited. Some types of contacts aren't available to people with astigmatism, which can be disappointing if you're looking for a specific type of contact or color. If you're interested in trying contacts again, here's why you went through that and why you should still give it a shot. What Astigmatism Does   Read More...

3 Things To Know About Prescription Eyeglasses

For those who wear eyeglasses or other corrective lenses such as contacts, it may seem like you are in the minority. However, poor eyesight is more common than you may realize. In fact, around 75 percent of American adults require some form of vision correction. If you use prescription eyeglasses or contact lenses, you are not alone. For many people, eyeglasses are their vision correction method of choice. If you are interested in eyeglasses, here are three things to consider.   Read More...

7 Ways To Fight Back Against Floaters

If you have floaters in your vision, you understand how annoying they can be, and how they can affect your ability to see properly. If you are suffering from floaters, there are some things that you can do to help fight back against them without medical intervention. #1 Relax Your Eyes with Heat Relaxing your eyes can help you fight back against floaters and can help prevent them from occurring in the first place.   Read More...

Four Ways Anyone At Any Age Can Take Better Care Of Their Eyes

You only have one set of eyes. As you age, there are a number of maladies that can effect them, from cataracts to macular degeneration. Though many of these ailments can be treated or managed, you are, of course, best off preventing them from occurring in the first place. No matter how old or young you might be, there are some habits you can adopt today to take better care of your eyes and hopefully prevent these and other issues.   Read More...