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Buy Discount Designer Sunglasses For Affordable Glamor

18th April 2012
A normal, boring outfit can be spruced up by adding some discount designer sunglasses. Buying them from discount retailers is a way of stepping onto the forefront of fashion without breaking the bank. These are the exact same sunglasses that millionaire c... Read >
Author: Roddy Jones

Discard Your Eyeglasses And Fix Your Eyesight The Natural Way

21st December 2011
Sporting glasses or contact lenses has come to be something that millions of people need. Glasses are a thing that people have turned to any time they have trouble reading or seeing far distances. However according to Doctor William Bates, the only thing ... Read >
Author: Craig Clemmings

Evaluate - Online Prescription Eyeglasses

24th October 2011
It is typically clarified using a phoropter probing the individual which lens is suited, a computer automated mild-refracting unit made to alter the course of a stream of mild by heading by connecting two translucent supplies of different concentration, o... Read >
Author: RandellNorton

An Overview on Acuvue Lenses

28th September 2011
Since their introduction back in 1887, contact lenses have seen numerous makeovers. With incredible advancements in manufacturing technology, contact lenses available today are not only capable of addressing numerous vision disorders such as astigmatism, ... Read >
Author: Maddy

Expert Opinion on Choosing Sunglasses

22nd August 2011
Most people know that they should use sunscreen to protect their skin from sun’s harmful rays. However, they do not know their eyes can be damaged as well. Buying sunglasses is more helpful for protecting our eyes rather than just a fashion statement. It ... Read >
Author: DominicAnderson

Top 5 Workplace Signs You Need to See an Optician

13th July 2011
Because the Queen Mother, the Prime Minister, and the Houses of Parliament love you so much they decided to help make your workday easier. If you spend the majority of your workday in front of a visual display unit, read: your computer, then you qualify f... Read >
Author: Pen Byrd

92225: How Do You Determine Medical Necessity For Billing Twice?

14th March 2011
Can you shed some light on billing 92225 or 92226 with modifier 50, RT/LT, or two units for a patient following a pseudotumor cerebri in a nursing home? How do you find out medical necessity for billing twice? Both 92225 (ophthalmoscopy, extended, with ... Read >
Author: Erin Lang Masercola

Keratoconus – What to do when you are diagnosed

05th January 2011
Keratoconus can start in teenagers, young adults and people who regularly 'rub' their eyes. Specialist diagnostic equipment like a corneal topographer (an instrument that measures corneal shape and contour) not normally found in your local or high street ... Read >
Author: John D Andrews

CPT 2011 Provides Codes to Distinguish Between Optic Nerve and Retinal Scans

13th December 2010
Disturbed by the lack of specificity in scanning laser coding? Then gear up for the coming year – 2011's CPT manual will not only help you distinguish between anterior and posterior segment scanning, but also provide just-in codes to distinguish between o... Read >
Author: angela

Brief introduction of myopia

29th July 2010
Myopic eye or myopia, is a vision problem in which people have difficulty in reading and seeing objects clearly at a distance, which appear blurred because these images are focused in front of the retina, but can see nearby tasks. The eyeball of a myopic ... Read >
Author: DerikBriank

Significance of Contact Lenses. An excellent substitute

19th March 2010
Contact lenses are those pieces of plastic which let a person to see without wearing glasses. They can be used as substitute of eyeglasses. Generally, they are used for the treatment of certain eye diseases. There is a strong relation between an ophthal... Read >
Author: Paul Kramer

How To Tell If You Need Glasses

03rd March 2010
It seems like it would be pretty easy to figure out whether you need to wear glasses or not. However, eyesight can fail so slowly that you can get used to the way that you see things and you don't notice that you aren't seeing as well as you once did. The... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

LASIK Eye Surgery - Effectiveness and Success Rates of Vision Correction

05th February 2010
LASIK eye surgery is the only way to get perfect 20/20 vision without having to wear glasses or contacts. It is, however, often quite intimidating for many people who don't know much about it. However, in reality it is a procedure that has a high rate of ... Read >
Author: Phillip Stone

Cataracts and Cataract Surgery for Senior Citizens

27th October 2009
Cataracts & Cataract Surgery: Guide for Senior Citizens A majority of senior citizens over the age of 80 have experienced what is known as a cataract, or a clouding of the lens in the eye, which usually leads to deteriorated eyesight. It is important t... Read >
Author: TheCaringSpace.com

VSP Vision Care Vision Care for Life

07th April 2009
At some point in everybody's life there is going to be a necessity for corrective lens of some kind, whether they be eyeglasses or contact lenses. VSP (Vision Service Plan) is dedicated to offering affordable, high-quality eyecare plans that put people fi... Read >
Author: Mel Joelle
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