What is Orthokeratology ("ortho-k")?

Orthokeratology, is a treatment process, that uses rigid contact lenses to gradually reshape the cornea, to improve the vision of those suffering from Myopia.

What is Anisometropia and How is it Treated?

Anisometropia is a condition first discovered by a Spanish scholar named Benito Daza de Valdes. According to Contact Lens King he described the disorder as a disorder where the two eyes have different refractive powers.

Presbyopia Symptoms, Causes and Treatments

Presbyopia is a very common vision disorder impacting approximately 3 million people in the US alone. However by consulting with an eye care professional and following their suggested treatment option a person can significantly reduce the life impact of the disorder.

What is Farsightedness, Hyperopia and Hypermetropia

There are more than 3 million new cases per year of people being impacted by farsightedness, also known as hyperopia or hypermetropia. This disorder directly impacts the refraction of light reaching the eye. But what causes is and how is it treated?

What Causes Styes? Eye Stye Treatment and Symptoms
What Causes Styes

A stye is generally described as a blocked gland at the edge of the lid which has become inflamed, irritated and infected. This can result in localized redness and pain on the margin of the eyelid. But what causes it and how are they treated?


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What is Orthokeratology ("ortho-k")?

John McAllister, Sr. and the First U.S. Shop for Optometric Services

What is Anisometropia and How is it Treated?

King Charles I's Royal Charter of the Worshipful Company of Spectacle Makers

Daza de Valdes and The First Book of Optometry

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