1. Is Playing On A Tablet Harmful For Young Eyes?

    At our Fresno optometrist office, we see lots of children reading on tablets and playing games on their parent’s smartphone while waiting for their turn in the vision chair. Every time we see this happening we cringe a little. Here’s why. In its 2015 American Eye-Q® survey, the American Optomet…Read More

  2. How Getting Your Baby’s Eyes Checked Early Can Help

    When it comes to baby’s health you, as parents, tend to be concerned about things like whether they’re gaining enough weight and hitting their major milestones. And you should be. Making sure your baby is growing and developing properly is very important. That includes thinking about your baby…Read More

  3. Why Your Headache Could be Your Eyes

    According to WebMD, “over 45 million Americans suffer from chronic, recurring headaches and of these, 28 million suffer from migraines. About 20 percent of children and adolescents also experience significant headaches.” In fact, headaches are one of the most common pain conditions that people e…Read More

  4. Why You Should Invest in Prescription Sunglasses

    Do you find yourself blinded by the sun every time you go outside? You might think there’s nothing you can do about it, but that’s where you would be wrong. Just because you wear glasses does not mean you need to feel stuck. We know you need your glasses to see but that doesn’t mean you need t…Read More

  5. Why Your Annual Eye Exam Is Important

    No matter what age you are, no matter what condition your eyes are in, your annual eye exam is essential in order to maintain quality eye health. As your optometrist in Fresno, Signature Optometry is passionate about the health of your eyes and your sight. That is why we make scheduling and attendin…Read More

  6. Tips to Keep Eyes and Contact Lenses Clean

    Contact lenses offer vision correction without having to wear glasses or get eye surgery. They can be very helpful, but if not cared for properly, your eyes can experience some pretty uncomfortable and disturbing eye infections. Handling contact lenses properly will reduce the chances of infection. …Read More

  7. The Importance of Eye Care for Children

    When born, infant’s eyesight is not completely developed. Over the first few months of life, the eyes only see high contrast colors, but by six months of life, vision sharpens. At this point, a child should have his or her first eye exam. That may seem young, but it means that if there are vision …Read More

  8. How to Care for Itchy Eyes

    Remember hearing your mom tell you, “Don’t touch your eyes!” when you were rubbing your eyes? It was for a very good reason. To begin with, your hands are not usually clean and you can transmit bacteria and viruses into your eyes when rubbing them. For another reason, if you have eye allergies…Read More

  9. 3 Eye Emergencies we Treat in the Office

    Eye emergencies can be anything from getting your contact stuck in your eye, to pink eye, to getting something lodged in your eye. Protecting your eyes and keeping them healthy is the key to maintaining your vision throughout your lifetime. Pink eye (also called conjunctivitis) while minor if treate…Read More