Do Contacts Lenses Hurt?

Do Contacts Lenses Hurt?

This question can be answered simply: no contact lenses should not hurt. If they do, you should talk to your eye doctor as soon as possible. Contacts may feel a little uncomfortable as your eyes adjust, particularly when you first get them, but they should never hurt....
Advanced AMD Testing

Advanced AMD Testing

Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is the leading cause of vision loss for adults in the U.S. With 1 in 3 patients at high risk for developing AMD, our eye doctors have started using the most advanced technology available to screen for key risk factors. Our MPOD...
Innovations in Color Blindness

Innovations in Color Blindness

Color Blindness Breakthrough Technologies There have been a lot of videos going viral lately of color blind people “seeing color” for the first time using specialized glasses. The emotional reactions of amazement, shock and joy even lead some to break down into tears....
Do You Wake Up With Burning Eyes?

Do You Wake Up With Burning Eyes?

Waking up in the morning is hard enough, but for those who wake up with burning eyes, it is even worse! Your eyes will be itchy, bloodshot, swollen, and of course, burning. This terrible morning sensation can be caused by dry eye syndrome, an allergic reaction,...
Infantsee

Infantsee

Children’s Visual Development The first year of a child’s life is crucial for the development of their vision. You should monitor their visual changes throughout this first year to ensure healthy eyes and that their vision is developing normally. BIRTH TO 4 MONTHS At...
Intro to Designer Eyeglasses

Intro to Designer Eyeglasses

What’s So Special About Designer Eyewear Anyway? At True Eye Experts, we love designer frames — in fact, we’re very proud of our large collection of designer frames and the options it provides to our patients. Between our New Tampa and Trinity locations, we carry over...
Guide to Refractive Errors

Guide to Refractive Errors

A Guide to Refractive Errors and How They Can Affect Your Family Myopia. Hyperopia. Astigmatism. Presbyopia. You may have heard of these terms before, but what do they mean, exactly? More than 153 million people over age 5 suffer from some kind of refractive error....
Gas Permeable Contact Lenses

Gas Permeable Contact Lenses

Gas-Permeable (GP) or Rigid Gas Permeable (RGP) contact lenses are an alternative to soft contact lenses that are made from a hard, oxygen permeable material. GP lenses are currently less popular than soft lenses but offer a number of advantages and are continuing to...
Does Your Child Need an Eye Exam?

Does Your Child Need an Eye Exam?

Vision is remarkably important, not only for perception but for learning development in children. Despite 80% of learning taking place visually in the first 12 years of life, 48% of parents with children under 12 have never taken their child to an eye care...