Have you ever heard the term “cornea” and weren’t sure what it meant? The cornea is the clear tissue on the very front of your eye. Contact lenses are placed directly onto the cornea. Over-wearing contact lenses can cause changes to the cornea. Some changes such as new blood vessels, scarring, and infections can be seen during routine examination. Some changes occur on the cellular level and can only be seen with a specular microscope. Having annual eye exams ensures that your corneas stay healthy.
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From the eye doctors, opticians and staff at Rinkov Eyecare Centers. We’ve provided comprehensive eye exams, contact lenses, eyeglasses, sunglasses and medical treatment of eye disease such as cataract treatment in Columbus, Ohio, for over 35 years. Come see an optometrist at one of our Columbus locations – Downtown, West, East, Westerville, Dublin, Bexley and Nationwide Plaza.
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*this advice is general in nature and does not constitute an exam. For specific advice, see your eye doctor or healthcare professional.*