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Why Is It Important for Children to See an Eye Doctor at a Very Early Age?

Eye exams offer an opportunity to assess a child’s vision and eye health. A pediatric eye doctor will examine a child’s eyes to ensure they are developing properly. The brief examinations or vison screenings offered by pediatricians are not substitutes for eye exams. 

Are Computer Vision Lenses Right for Me?

If you spend lots of time every day in front of your computer, laptop, tablet, or smartphone, you need computer vision lenses. Working long hours in front of your digital screen can leave your eyes dry and irritated. These are signs you are experiencing digital eyestrain or computer vision syndrome (CVS).

How to Pick the Right Frames for Your Face

If you need vision correction, you can benefit from wearing glasses. Eyeglasses can help correct your vision, but they can also enhance your appearance. When you decide to get eyeglasses, you need to choose the right frames for your face. 

What's the Difference Between an Eye Exam and a Contact Lens Exam?

Eye exams are necessary to detect and address eye health or vision issues before they become serious. Both eye and contact lens exams are important for your vision, and you need to schedule them annually. However, these two exams are not the same. So, how exactly do they differ from each other?

Am I a Good Candidate for Neurolenses®?

Prolonged screen use has led to unpleasant side effects and symptoms associated with the eyes. Eyestrain is a problem affecting people of all ages, along with eye misalignment or binocular vision dysfunction (BVD). Many often misdiagnose BVD, leading to them not finding relief from the condition. With Neurolens®, they could find the treatment that is effective for many eye issues, including BVD.

Feel the Neurolens Impact

I would like to share an experience I recently had with one of my patients that has caused me to reflect on the impact I am having on my patients, but let me start with two years ago. 

The Difference Between Dry Eye and Allergies

Dry eye syndrome and eye allergies are common eye problems that affect most people at one time or another. It is easy to confuse dry eye and allergies due to similar symptoms.

Celebrating Our Mothers

WE WANT TO TAKE A MOMENT TO RECOGNIZE an important figure in all of our lives—our mothers!

How Diabetes Can Affect Your Vision

Did you know that over 30 million people in the United States are currently diagnosed with diabetes? There is also a large portion of the population that doesn’t know that they have diabetes or prediabetes. As the number rises in our country, spreading awareness about diabetes is vital to the prevention and management of this disease. November is National Diabetes Awareness Month and we would like to take time this month to educate our community on the effect diabetes can have on your vision and ways to lower your risk for developing diabetic-related eye conditions.

What is Ptosis?

Ptosis is a drooping or falling of the upper eyelids. Although unnoticeable most of the time, those sleepy-looking eyes or slightly saggy upper eyelids can become severe enough to impact your vision. Fortunately, this condition is treatable and can improve both your vision and appearance.

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