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Key Differences Between Vision Screening and Eye Exams

Key Differences Between Vision Screening and Eye Exams

We’re willing to bet that the moment you saw the term “vision screening” in the title, you probably thought of a Snellen Chart (one of those boards with increasingly tiny letters). And when you saw the term “eye exam” you well, probably thought of a Snellen Chart again. Should you even worry about the difference […]

10 Questions to Ask Before an Eye Exam

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Eye exams are essential for everyone regardless of whether they have an existing problem with their vision or not. They help in keeping infections, disease, or common eye problems at bay. Asking these 10 important questions before an eye exam will keep you in the loop when it comes to your exam process and will […]

What Your Child’s Eye Exam Should Evaluate

What Your Child’s Eye Exam Should Evaluate

It’s no secret that good vision is essential to maintaining good quality of life, especially as a kid. You want the best for your child, and that includes ensuring their eyes are in the best condition possible so that they can be successful in life. Children’s eye health can change pretty quickly, which is why […]

Early Detection and Prevention of Glaucoma

Early Detection and Prevention of Glaucoma

Something you may not have thought about before is your risk for developing glaucoma. If you’re a regular Rebuild Your Vision reader, you’ve heard us talk about this disease before, but if you’re young, you probably haven’t given it too much thought.  It’s true –  younger readers aren’t really at risk of developing glaucoma in […]

June Is Cataract Awareness Month

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It’s Cataract Awareness Month! Did you know that more than half of all Americans will develop cataracts by age 80? In fact, cataract surgery is the most frequently performed surgical procedure in the United States. There are more than 1.5 million procedures performed each year. What are cataracts and why do so many Americans develop […]

Staying Ahead of Vision Changes as You Age

Staying Ahead of Vision Changes as You Age

Vision changes are a natural part of aging, but that doesn’t mean you have to succumb to age-related eye health and vision changes. It is a good idea to educate yourself about the kinds of vision changes that go along with aging. This can help you to be aware of any problems that may arise. […]

How to Choose the Right Eye Doctor

How to Choose the Right Eye Doctor

Making a trip to the eye doctor may seem like a daunting and perhaps unnecessary chore. However, early detection is the best way to prevent eye diseases from developing. If you choose the right eye doctor, those yearly visits won’t seem as bad. Having regular eye exams is important for keeping your eyes healthy. The […]

January Is National Glaucoma Awareness Month

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Happy New Year to our lovely readers! In the world of eye health, the new year has already got us up and about and working to fight glaucoma. January is National Glaucoma Awareness Month; where we take the time to understand this debilitating disease, learn how to fight it and how to prevent it from […]

Developing a Daily Eye Routine to Maintain Healthy Vision

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Everyone knows that to maintain a healthy body you have to eat right and exercise. You must visit the doctor regularly and take prescribed medications correctly. Well, to maintain healthy eyes, a lot of the same things apply. If you want your eyes to stay strong and healthy, then you need to take care of […]

About the Author

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Tyler Sorensen is the President and CEO of Rebuild Your Vision. Formerly, Tyler studied Aeronautics (just like his brother) with the dream of becoming an airline pilot, however, after 9/11 his career path changed. After graduating top of his class with a Bachelor of Science in Informational Technologies and Administrative Management, he joined Rebuild Your Vision in 2002. With the guidance of many eye care professionals, including Behavioral Optometrists, Optometrists (O.D.), and Ophthalmologists (Eye M.D.), Tyler has spent nearly two decades studying the inner workings of the eye and conducting research.

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