Computer Glasses San Diego

Specialty Treatments

Computer Glasses
 
When you work at a computer for any length of time, it's common to experience blurred vision and other symptoms of computer vision syndrome (CVS). Viewing computer-generated print and images on a screen or monitor for prolonged periods is harder on the eyes than viewing a similar amount of material on the printed pages of a book or magazine.
 
If you're under age 40, blurred vision during computer use may be due to your eyes being unable to remain accurately focused on your screen for sustained periods. Or you may have a hard time quickly and accurately changing focus, such as when you shift your gaze from your monitor to your keyboard and back again. This problem, called lag of accommodation, can cause eyestrain and headaches — two common symptoms of CVS. If you're over age 40, the onset of presbyopia — the normal age-related loss of near focusing ability — can make focusing on a computer screen even more difficult, further increasing the risk of eyestrain, headaches and eye fatigue. So what can you do to make your eyes more comfortable and function more efficiently during computer use? Have your eye doctor prescribe specially-designed computer glasses. Customized computer glasses can make a world of difference. These special-purpose glasses are prescribed specifically to reduce eyestrain and give you the most comfortable vision at your computer.
 
Glacoma Detection & Treatment
 
How is glaucoma detected? During routine eye exams, a tonometer is used to measure your intraocular pressure (IOP). Your eye typically is numbed with eye drops, and a small probe gently rests against your eye's surface. Other tonometers direct a puff of air onto your eye's surface to indirectly measure IOP.  An abnormally high IOP reading indicates a problem with the amount of fluid inside the eye. Either the eye is producing too much fluid, or it's not draining properly.
Depending on the severity of the disease, treatment for glaucoma can involve the use of medications, conventional (bladed) surgery, laser surgery or a combination of these treatments. Medicated eye drops aimed at lowering IOP usually are tried first to control glaucoma.
 
Other Areas of Speciality in Diagnosis & Treatment
Amblyopia (Lazy Eye)
Astigmatism
Blepharitis
CMV Retinitis
Cataracts
Cornea Transplant
Cornea Transplant (Conditions)
Diabetic Retinopathy
Dry Eye Syndrome
Eye Allergies
Floaters and Spots
Glaucoma
Hyperopia
Keratoconus
Macular Degeneration
Myopia
Ocular Hypertension
Pingueculae
Pink Eye (Conjunctivitis)
Presbyopia
Ptosis
Retinal Detachment
Retinitis Pigmentosa
Stye
Uveitis

 

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