Blurry Vision FAQs

Blurry vision can make your simple day-to-day activities more challenging, significantly impacting your quality of life. Seeing an optometrist can help treat your eyes, helping with blurry vision by prescribing eyeglasses or contact lenses. The Christensen Eye Care team in Dodge City, KS, is dedicated to helping keep your vision crisp and clear. Following are the answers to several questions we frequently receive regarding blurry vision. 

Blurry Vision FAQs

What Causes Blurry Vision?

Several factors can cause blurry vision, including poor eyesight, medical condition, or injury. Common causes of blurry vision include irregular shapes of the eyeball, cornea, and lens, causing refractive errors and conditions such as astigmatism, hyperopia, myopia, and presbyopia. Other conditions which can cause blurry vision may include macular degeneration, allergies, glaucoma, dry eye syndrome, diabetic retinopathy, macular edema, and conjunctivitis. A corneal abrasion can also cause blurred vision. 

What are Some Risk Factors for Blurry Vision? 

In addition to the many causes of blurry vision, some people are at a higher risk of experiencing this than others. Leading risk factors for blurry vision may include advanced age, smoking, excessive alcohol consumption, and excessive sun exposure. Additionally, people with a history of trauma, surgery, or infection in the eye may be at a higher risk of experiencing blurry vision. A family history of eye issues can also make you more likely to develop blurry vision. Some medications and excessive computer usage may increase a person’s risk of suffering from blurry vision. 

How is Blurry Vision Treated? 

There are various treatment options available to help treat blurry vision. If the blurry vision results from poor eyesight, our eye doctor will prescribe contact lenses or eyeglasses. Some conditions, such as glaucoma and macular degeneration, may require medication or laser surgery to treat. An optometrist can help determine the best treatment method for your blurry eyes. 

Schedule an Appointment with Our Eye Doctor in Dodge City, KS

If you have been struggling with blurry vision, do not wait to schedule an appointment with an eye doctor. Though in most cases, blurry vision is the result of poor eyesight, it can also be an indication there is a more severe condition occurring. The optometrist at Christensen Eye Care in Dodge City, KS, can help diagnose the cause of your blurry vision and provide a treatment plan. So call our office today to schedule an eye exam. 

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