Driving and Vision as we Mature

Driving and Vision as we Mature

To qualify for a driver’s license in the Commonwealth of Virginia, your vision must be at least 20/40 (with or without glasses.) If you have vision problems in one eye, your other eye must be able to see 20/40. Visual acuity and peripheral vision are both important to...
Headaches & Vision Problems

Headaches & Vision Problems

It is a common misconception that you only need to visit your eye doctor for annual check-ups or eye diseases. Have you ever considered that your recurring headaches could also be a good reason to consult your optometrist? If you’re experiencing frequent headaches and...
What’s your 2018 Resolution?

What’s your 2018 Resolution?

Many of us recently made resolutions to better our lives in this new year. Improving your visual “resolution” is what we do every day at Primary Eyecare. Do you have a high-definition TV, or Apple’s “Retina display” on your i-device? Did you happen to upgrade to a “4K...
How to Protect Your Eyes This Summer

How to Protect Your Eyes This Summer

As we head into the summer, it is important to remember to protect your eyes. Whether you’re spending a day at the beach, swimming at the pool, playing outdoor sports, or just mowing the grass, be sure to wear the right gear to ensure the health and safety of your...