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Protecting Your Eyes During COVID-19 (2/2)

Protecting Your Eyes During COVID-19 (2/2)

Maintaining a Safe Visual Distance The more you look closely at a screen or object, the more work your eyes put in terms of seeing said object or screen. In order to avoid this strain, it is best to keep your screen at least arm’s length, or at about 25 inches away...
Protecting Your Eyes During COVID-19 (2/2)

Protecting Your Eyes During COVID-19 (1/1)

Due to the events of COVID-19, it is most likely that you, your children, and many others are spending more time on your devices than ever before. However, too much time looking into the screen can cause something known as computer vision syndrome, or more commonly...
Using Tele-Optometry Services (2/2)

Using Tele-Optometry Services (2/2)

Smartphones/ Tablets:  Much like laptops, many phones and tablets have a high-quality camera placed on them. This allows for better picture quality when needed as well as videos in case doctors need to diagnose. Diagnosing Through A Virtual Platform Optometrists...
Using Tele-Optometry Services (1/1)

Using Tele-Optometry Services (1/1)

What tele-optometry does is that it provides a range of problems, issues, concerns, and possible solutions that are related to both eye and vision health. It helps to give answers when needed and delivers the medical care provided by giving digital medical equipment...
Optometrist Practices Post COVID-19 (3/3)

Optometrist Practices Post COVID-19 (3/3)

8) Many eye examiners and optometrists are to wear safety goggles and face masks during their eye evaluation and examination as they are to be up close with their patients. Patents are also required to wear face masks.  9) Those who have any ocular infections or...