Eye doctor, eye professional, family eye care physician – these are all names used to describe an optometrist. This week we will discuss what exactly is an optometrist and what can they do for you. We hope you enjoy it!
Have you ever had questions about your vision & eyes, or about your eye exam(s)? You’re not the only one! In this week’s blog post we will be dedicated to answering some of your burning eye vision and eye exam questions! We hope you enjoy it!
Is your family eye doctor speaking in complicated medical lingo which you just don’t understand? Optometrists go through rigorous medical training, and sometimes may not realize their patients need eye conditions explained in practical terms. At Inner Harbour Optometry we get that! Dr. Sharma, who is the owner and primary optometrist at the clinic, makes a conscious effort to ensure his patients understand their eye exam results. After all, knowledge really is power. Read more
This is probably the most common question our office receives by patients. “How often should you see your eye doctor for an eye exam”? Patients are usually confused because they just haven’t been properly informed. Firstly, you should see your optometrist regularly. If this is news to you, well let’s just say we are happy you know now. It could save your eyesight. Read more
Have you ever heard of putting a raw steak on a black eye? What about changing the color of your eye with honey? It’s hard to decipher what’s fact and what’s just a plain old myth. Well, you need not look any further because we have gone through and listed some common eye “tips” you may have heard of to see just how true they really are. Don’t be fooled the next time you hear someone say an eye myth! Read more
Patients commonly complain that their eyes are red and irritated. There are a number of reasons for this: dryness, contact lens over-wear, allergies, and viral infections. Patients who have dry eyes should first try artificial tears. Read more