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The Quintessential Guide to Choosing An Optometrist, Ophthalmologist, or Optician

The Quintessential Guide to Choosing An Optometrist, Ophthalmologist, or Optician

Resources: Cost of eyecare, Know who to see

Should you see an optometrist, ophthalmologist, or optician? Who you should make an appointment with all depends on what your eyes need. When it comes to your eye health, finding the right eyecare professional to fit your needs is crucial. Nanodropper’s mission is to help you take back control of your eye health, so we’re here to help! Their titles may seem dizzying, but we at Nanodropper have put together a straightforward guide displaying which eyecare professionals will best meet your needs.

5 Common Myths about Cataracts

5 Common Myths about Cataracts

Cataracts is the eye disease that affects my grandparents and dogs…right? In a sense, yes — but there’s a lot more to it, and in fact cataracts can affect people from all walks of life. Since June is Cataracts Awareness Month, we at Nanodropper thought it’d be a great time to debunk five common myths about cataracts.

Why Vision Isn’t Covered in Your Health Insurance, and the Inequities It’s Causing

Why Vision Isn’t Covered in Your Health Insurance, and the Inequities It’s Causing

Glasses, contacts, check-ups, and that air puff test to see if you have signs of glaucoma are not cheap! Vision insurance is a premium subscription on top of pricey health insurance, which is why most people choose to pay out-of-pocket or avoid going to the eye doctor altogether.

Have you ever wondered why your vision care is not included in your health insurance, and the inequities in care that is caused by this?

These are murky waters to navigate. That’s why we’ve broken down some of the biggest hurdles to why vision care is so elusive for many.

Your Eyedrops Are Too Big — Nanodropper Makes Them Smaller

Your Eyedrops Are Too Big — Nanodropper Makes Them Smaller

Have you ever successfully administered an eyedrop without getting that unnecessary overflow? You know what we’re talking about. That big teardrop that rolls down your cheek. For glaucoma patients who need those precious eyedrops to maintain their sight, that can feel like actual money trickling away.

That’s just how it’s supposed to work, right? There’s no other way, is there? The pharmacy gave you those eyedrops, and they’re the size they should be. Right?

In reality, it’s a waste. A waste of your money, and a waste of your drops.

And now there’s a solution — the Nanodropper.

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