Part of caring for your eyes is updating your glasses and/or contact lens prescriptions. In addition to routine eye exams, proper eyecare includes ensuring that your vision aids are working properly. If you own eyeglasses or wear contacts, you’ll know how difficult it is to see without them. When you take off your glasses or remove your contact lenses at the end of the day, your vision suddenly becomes blurry, and you may even get a headache. You wouldn’t leave the house in the morning without making sure that you’re able to see as clearly as possible. But at what point does your prescription stop working and you have to update it? It might be hard to tell when it’s time to schedule an eyecare appointment, but there are signs to look for when trying to decipher if and when you need to get a new prescription.
Today we’re going to help you out by sharing a few tips to watch for. If you experience any or all of these, it’s time to go see your eye doctor. And if you’re in the Scottsdale area, Dr. Uelner and her team at Visions Optique is the place to go. Continue reading to learn and more and contact us today to make your appointment.