on Thursday, January 12, 2012
CooperVision offers a variety of Lenses with different replacement schedules. Whether you're an extended wearer or change daily, CooperVision has the contact lenses to suit your eyes and your lifestyle!
CooperVision has a selection of lenses that are recommended to be replaced daily, bi-weekly or monthly. Your Eye Care Practitioner will recommend a replacement schedule depending on your prescribed lenses, your eye condition and your lifestyle. Be sure to bring up any concerns about replacement recommendation s to your Eye Care Practitioner when getting fitted for your contacts. It is important to follow your replacement schedule to achieve comfortable problem-free lens wear. To be sure you are getting the most out of your lenses follow our Contact Lens Care tips.
on Tuesday, January 3, 2012
The New Years is a time for change and positive outlook for the upcoming year. Setting a goal for the New Year is tradition; but can bring health and happiness. Investing in your eye health is an easy resolution that consists of a quick visit to your optometrist! Regular eye exams are essential to keeping your eyes in check, but they can also be extremely important for your overall health.
A basic eye exam can reveal some more serious diseases that may affect more than just your vision. An exam can potentially uncover hidden medical conditions such as: high blood pressure, diabetes, inflammations, and infections. Be sure to schedule you’re eye exam for the New Year!
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on Wednesday, August 31, 2011
It's back to school time! Whether or not you're headed back to school this fall, it's a great time of year to make sure you're up-to-date with your regular health check-ups. Does your regular health check-up routine include an annual visit to your eye care practitioner? If not, read this post and be sure to schedule an appointment today
. A routine comprehensive eye exam ensures good, healthy vision and can even help in detecting more serious medical conditions.
A typical eye exam will consist of several tests and may include checking for eye movement, peripheral vision, and color blindness; administering a glaucoma test; and determining the health of your optic nerve and retina. Routine eye exams can often detect early signs of vision conditions, allowing for faster treatments of most problems. Comprehensive eye exams can also reveal serious, and often times, hidden medical conditions like high blood pressure, diabetes, inflammations and infections.
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