Sometime after the age of 40, most people start to notice some changes in their vision. It’s typically in this decade of life that eyes begin to lose the ability to focus on objects up close—especially in dim lighting conditions. A normal, age-related condition called presbyopia is usually to blame for these difficulties.
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At SynergEyes, we pride ourselves in delivering contact lens products that improve vision and ultimately enhance the quality of everyday life.
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Do your contact lenses sometimes feel uncomfortable at the end of the day? Or, have they recently started to feel less comfortable than they once did?
If you currently rely on reading glasses, you’re likely well aware of the many inconveniences of presbyopia.
If you have astigmatism, you are well aware of the visual limitations you’re subject to as a result of your irregularly shaped cornea.
Comfort, convenience and unobstructed vision are among the many benefits you have come to expect from your contact lenses. Whether you’re working at a computer,
If you have astigmatism, you may sometimes feel like the one man out—having greater visual struggles and fewer realistic options for correcting them than those around you.
While most of us understand that sunscreen is an important part of healthy outdoor living, we need to pay more attention to how the sun affects eye health.
If you have astigmatism, you know that seeing well at night can be a challenge. Why is that?
The problem starts with the shape of your cornea, or the front of your eyeball.