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Accidents and emergencies can happen anywhere, at any time. They can also affect any part of the body, including the eyes. Some eye emergencies can be resolved fairly easily, while others are more serious and require urgent professional attention in order to preserve your vision and prevent any (further) sight loss.
Contact lenses are a very popular and great alternative to wearing glasses. They give patients greater freedom and convenience, both with their appearance and their lifestyle. While most people can wear contact lenses, not everyone is suited for conventional contacts. If you have certain eye conditions, you may instead be recommended to consider specialty contact lenses, such as scleral lenses.
Myopia or nearsightedness is the condition where an individual has difficulty seeing distant objects. Most people develop myopia in childhood, and the condition continues to worsen as kids enter their teen years, before potentially stabilizing in early adulthood. However, for some people, myopia can become worse. According to eye specialists, sudden myopia or nearsightedness during adulthood can indicate serious eye conditions.
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