Category Archives: Blog Post

  • Hard Contact Lenses vs. Soft Contact Lenses

    Contact lenses can offer a world of convenience over frames. When making the decision to shift from framed glasses to contact lenses, you may encounter that there’s more than one type of lens.  Depending on factors such as the shape of your eye, your optometrist will recommend either hard or soft contact lenses. Read on…

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  • Optometric machinery for eye exams

    How Long Does LASIK Last? What You Should Know

    If you’ve struggled with impaired sight, you have more than likely heard of LASIK. LASIK stands for “Laser-Assisted In-Situ Keratomileusis,” and is a procedure that can help those who experience sight problems such as blurry vision. Due to this procedure often resulting in a patient no longer needing corrective lenses of any kind, LASIK may…

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  • Is LASIK Worth It? The Benefits and Risks Explained

    Are you tired of wearing glasses or contacts? LASIK may be the answer. Laser eye surgery has been around for several years now with tremendous success. However, not every vision impaired person should get it, so you may be asking yourself, “Is LASIK worth it?”  Understanding the process, benefits, and risks can help you determine…

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  • Ortho K lens being applied to eye

    Answers About Ortho-K (Orthokeratology)

    Are you looking for a safe, non-invasive procedure to correct vision problems like nearsightedness or astigmatism? If so, you should consider Ortho-K. Read on to learn more about how this treatment works, who can benefit from it, and the potential risks it can pose. What Is Ortho-K? Ortho-K, also called orthokeratology, is a non-surgical treatment…

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  • Close up of person putting contact lens in eye, with contact resting on their index finger

    Can Contacts Get Lost in Your Eye?

    A common anxiety surrounding contact lenses is the possibility of getting them  “lost in your eye.” It is possible for your contact to dislodge and, if left unattended, cause damage. This is a situation that would frighten anyone, but don’t panic. The good news is that contact lenses cannot get lost permanently behind your eyes,…

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  • Can You Wear Blue Light Glasses with Contacts?

    It’s important to protect your eyes. Like sunglasses can protect your eyes from harsh ultraviolet rays, blue light glasses protect you from artificial light from screens. At True Eye Experts, we offer blue light glasses for anyone who wants to protect their eyes from frequent digital screen usage.  We offer different coverage options, allowing you…

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  • How to Get Rid of Nose Marks from Wearing Glasses

    For those of us who wear glasses for extended periods of time, we may have to deal with the dreaded aftermath of those nose bridge markings. If you aren’t familiar with how glasses nose pads leave marks on your nose bridge, then consider yourself lucky! Unfortunately, this is still a problem that many people have,…

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  • Everything You Need to Know About neurolens®

    Remote work and office jobs that require screen time can lead to unpleasant symptoms and side effects. Eye strain is common, but relief can be hard to find. Luckily, neurolens® can step in to help. Are you a good candidate for this cutting-edge technology in your prescription lenses? Use this guide to help you understand…

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  • Blonde child wearing EnChroma glasses blowing bubbles outdoors

    How Do EnChroma® Colorblind Glasses Work?

    Colorblind people can encounter several difficulties in their day-to-day lives due to their condition, such as difficulty cooking, reading, driving, or even detecting changes in other people’s emotions.  Fortunately, color vision technology is making significant strides. EnChroma colorblind glasses are a revolutionary step in helping people observe a larger spectrum of bright, crisp hues.  The…

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  • Are Scleral Contact Lenses Right for You?

    Scleral contact lenses are a great solution for many people who find that eyeglasses or regular contact lenses don’t work well for them. In recent years, they’ve gained popularity due to their superior visual performance, as well as their ability to fit challenging misshapen corneas and high prescriptions.  If you’re interested in learning what scleral lenses…

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