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Digital Eye Strain
Our optometrists at MyEyeDr. combine professionalism with personalized care, providing a local expertise and unique skill set to each of our patients.
Does staring at your computer screen or smartphone leave your eyes dry, irritated or tired? In this digital age, we know that all of the browsing, liking and searching can make your eyes uncomfortable and strain your vision. It’s for that reason that MyEyeDr. practices offer their patients treatment for digital eye strain in all of our locations.
Whether you’re experiencing chronic dry eye or you have symptoms of Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS), our team of skilled optometrists can quickly pinpoint your issue through a thorough eye exam and other tests.
Digital or computer eye strain can be caused by spending too much time in front of a digital screen like a desktop or laptop computer, tablet, e-reader or cell phone. Looking at a screen often causes blinking to diminish, leading to eye strain symptoms like:
If you think you might be experiencing symptoms of digital eye strain and computer vision syndrome, we can help. Any MyEyeDr. location, throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast, can offer treatment for eye strain. From anti-fatigue lenses that block blue light to anti-reflective coatings on lenses which minimize glare, MyEyeDr. offers a variety of products for your custom eye health and vision needs. Each of our MyEyeDr. locations is staffed with specialists who are proud to be members of your local community, promoting better eye health for you and your family.
MyEyeDr. practices offer patients solutions that allow them to see clearer at home and at work every day. Let our practices help you improve your vision by treating your digital eye strain and finding the ideal eyewear for your needs. MyEyeDr. practices welcome all insurances and offer a wide variety of brands of eyeglasses and prescription contact lenses to suit your needs. Just make an appointment using our online form, through the Patient Portal (for current patients) or by calling your local MyEyeDr. practice.