How Does Diet Impact Your Eye Health and Vision?

Nuts, salmon, carrots, and other nutritious foods against a gray background with a chalkboard sign that reads, “Healthy Eyes.”While many people believe that genetics is the most crucial factor in determining your current and future eye health, your diet also plays a significant role. At Campus Eye Center, we understand you want to manage your overall eye health, not just your prescription.

Campus Eye is not your typical vision center. Our expert eye doctors in Lancaster provide various eye care services, like eye-disease treatment, surgery, and routine eye exams. We have board-certified ophthalmologists and opticians at our eye centers. We also offer pediatric and neuro-ophthalmic services so that no matter your age or reason for visiting, you will be seen by a trusted professional. Continue Reading How Does Diet Impact Your Eye Health and Vision?

4 Ways to Keep Your Eyes Safe on the Job

A woman uses a drill press to drill a hole in a wooden blank while wearing safety glasses and ear protection.For many people who work in construction, skilled trades, and the medical field, wearing protective eyewear is part of their everyday uniform. In addition, eye protection is required in many industries to help prevent accidents from flying debris, splashes from toxic materials, and minute particles floating in the air.

If you work in an industry that requires protective eyewear, you probably already know how vital safety glasses and other protective gear are to help you do your job. However, if you’re beginning a career in an industry where you’ve never worn personal protective equipment, you might be surprised how comfortable and easy to wear safety gear can be.

You can take different kinds of safety measures to protect your eyes. Start with an eye exam at a vision center near you, like Campus Eye Center in Lancaster, PA. Let our friendly team show you how easy it is to get the complete eye care needed to keep your eyes young and healthy. Continue Reading 4 Ways to Keep Your Eyes Safe on the Job

Harmless to Vision or Cause for Worry: Eye Floaters and What They Mean

Glasses rest on a diagnostic form that reads, “Diagnosis: Floaters.”Everyone has eye floaters occasionally, and they are entirely normal and usually harmless. The number you see may change over time because as we get older, they are more common. Having a sudden or significant increase in eye floaters, however, may be cause for alarm.

When you are looking for eye care, whether a new treatment for glaucoma or an eye exam near you, Campus Eye Center in Lancaster, PA, has a team of compassionate eye experts to care for your eyes. Continue Reading Harmless to Vision or Cause for Worry: Eye Floaters and What They Mean

How DURYSTA™ Can Help Your Ophthalmologist Treat Your Glaucoma

Did you know not all glaucoma treatments are alike? There are new developments in glaucoma treatment happening right now! Campus Eye Center in Lancaster, PA is always on top of the latest glaucoma treatments so patients like you are getting the best care. DURYSTA™ is the newest glaucoma treatment we offer here at the Campus Eye Center.

What is Glaucoma?

Man with red, irritated eyes that can be a symptom of glaucomaBefore we discuss how Campus Eye Center is using DURYSTA™, let’s discuss what glaucoma is. Glaucoma is a condition of the eyes where the optic nerve is damaged. Elevated intraocular pressure and eye injuries, among other risks, may cause glaucoma. If left untreated, glaucoma can cause vision loss over time, and it is the leading cause of vision impairment in the United States. Continue Reading How DURYSTA™ Can Help Your Ophthalmologist Treat Your Glaucoma

Children’s Eye Safety Month: How to Keep Your Kids’ Eyes Safe

An illustration with a stethoscope and hearts for Children's Eye Health & Safety Month.Any responsible parent cares about their child’s health and well-being. From teaching them their alphabet and numbers to ensuring they receive proper medical care, you want to give your child the best opportunity to learn, grow, and be happy.

To celebrate Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month in August, the kids’ eye doctors near you at Campus Eye Center in Lancaster, PA, want to provide some tips for you to protect your kid’s eyesight. Continue Reading Children’s Eye Safety Month: How to Keep Your Kids’ Eyes Safe

LASIK Eye Surgery: Are You a Good Candidate?

A laser beam shining into the eye of an African American patientIf you depend on glasses or contact lenses to see correctly, it can be tiring and expensive to get updated prescriptions each year. You may consider turning to LASIK eye surgery to correct refractive errors and improve your vision. But how do you know if you’re a good candidate for LASIK surgery, and where in Central PA can you see a board-certified and eye-surgery specialist?

Campus Eye Center provides a comprehensive eye and laser center to have your LASIK procedure and follow-up treatment. Voted as the #1 Laser Eye Center by Lancaster Online Reader’s Choice Awards in 2020, you can rest assured that when you schedule an evaluation for vision correction, you’re choosing the best laser eye surgeons in Lancaster, PA. Continue Reading LASIK Eye Surgery: Are You a Good Candidate?

6 Tips from Your Pediatric Eye Doctor to Prepare Your Child for Glasses

A pediatric optometrist places a pair of eyeglasses on a young girlOne of the most common questions parents ask their pediatric eye doctor is, “How do I keep my child’s glasses on their face?” Here at Campus Eye Center, we can help with this issue and believe in taking a proactive approach. One of the best ways to prevent your child from removing their glasses is by preparing them for their first pair before they get them. By following these six tips, your child will be excited and ready to wear their new glasses. Continue Reading 6 Tips from Your Pediatric Eye Doctor to Prepare Your Child for Glasses

Proper Contact Lens Care Starts with an Exam in Lancaster, PA

Close-up of a man holding a transparent contact lens on his fingerContact lenses can be an excellent alternative to glasses. You don’t have to worry about contacts fogging up with temperature changes and can wear any sunglasses you want with them. But, wearing contacts does pose a risk if not worn and cared for properly. Before searching for a “contact lens exam in Lancaster, PA,” you should know how to wear, clean, and maintain contacts correctly. By following these instructions, you can ensure your eyes remain healthy. Continue Reading Proper Contact Lens Care Starts with an Exam in Lancaster, PA

Styes and Chalazia 101

Woman rubs her eye

Do you know the difference between a stye and a chalazion? How about whether either eye condition is severe enough to see an optometrist or ophthalmologist?

If you happened to catch our previous blog post about adult eye infections to watch out for, you probably have an idea. However, in this blog post, we will take a closer look at the differences between a stye and a chalazion, explore what causes them, discuss how they’re diagnosed and treated, and educate you about how they can be prevented. Continue Reading Styes and Chalazia 101

Astigmatism 101

Paper with words astigmatism, glasses and container for lenses. Selective focus.
Have you or someone you know recently been diagnosed with astigmatism by an optometrist in Lancaster, PA? You probably have a lot of questions or concerns about this vision condition. The first of which usually is, “What is astigmatism?”

While you may be under the impression that astigmatism is an ailment or illness, it’s not. Astigmatism is a prevalent eye condition that’s simply a “refractive error.”

When you have astigmatism, it means there is a slight imperfection in the curvature of the cornea of your eye. In other words, it isn’t perfectly round. While a perfectly curved cornea will reflect light rays onto the retina at the back of the eye, astigmatism causes these light rays to refract improperly, resulting in blurred or distorted vision.

In the following article, we’ll go over just what causes astigmatism, how it’s diagnosed, and how to treat it. But above all else, if you’re having vision problems and suspect astigmatism—please schedule an eye exam with your eye doctor today! Continue Reading Astigmatism 101