When your vision is not as good as it can be or should be, our 07109 eyeglasses come to the rescue. Regardless if you are nearsighted, farsighted, or both, with or without astigmatism, at Eye Institute of Essex, we’re pleased to to prescribe the ideal glasses to deal with your situation. But just how do eyeglasses work to correct your vision?
You may come to our store because you have been noticing problems like having to squint, or eye strain, headaches, and other signs that you need our eyeglasses in 07109. But it’s also possible that you are unaware of the fact that your vision is subpar. You can get used to it. Well, our yearly eye exam will detect whether you can benefit from new glasses, or if your existing prescription should be updated to reflect changes in your visual requirements. All three refractive conditions; nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism, can be traced back to how your cornea is curved. The cornea is located at the front of your eye. Light enters there and is then sent to the retina at the back of your eye. Normal vision is associated with that light reaching the retina at or very close to the center. But when your cornea is not curved properly, the light instead hits nearer the front or back. Our 07109 eyeglasses change the angle that light takes when it moves from the cornea to the retina, thereby ensuring that it lands closer to the center. And as a result, your vision improves. Over time, there can be a tendency refractive issues to grow worse, due to continued curving of the cornea. Fortunately, with by adjusting the prescription, and accordingly the angle, you can continue to enjoy sharper and clearer vision.
Why not call us today and arrange a time to come in for an eye exam, and take that vital first step toward improved vision?