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5 Scary Eye Habits

5 Scary Eye Habits

Halloween may be a spooky (and fun!) time of year, but don’t let the fall season lead you to practice scary eye habits. We’ve compiled five things you should avoid this season for healthier eyes and vision.   1. Don’t wear Halloween contact lenses. Ghoulish...

Why 10 Million Americans Have Chosen LASIK

Why 10 Million Americans Have Chosen LASIK

75% of American adults wear glasses or contacts to correct refractive errors. However, while these forms of vision correction are popular, LASIK is an excellent alternative with many benefits. Read on for more information about why LASIK may be the refractive error...

3 Things to Know Before Eye Surgery

3 Things to Know Before Eye Surgery

Undergoing surgery can be a stressful time for many people. When dealing with something as sensitive and crucial to daily functioning as vision, it can seem even more nerve-racking. However, with our qualified team and the advanced technology that we are privileged to...

3 Tips for a Healthy UV Safety Month

3 Tips for a Healthy UV Safety Month

July is a wonderful month. Not only does it include Independence Day, but it’s also UV Safety Month! UV rays may be invisible, but they are still damaging. Too much sun exposure can cause a number of problems—from eye cancer and sunburned eyes to growths on or near...

4 Things to Know This Cataract Awareness Month

4 Things to Know This Cataract Awareness Month

These unprecedented times caused by the COVID-19 pandemic have been hectic, and almost everyone’s daily routine has been altered in some way, shape, or form. If you’ve had to postpone your cataract surgery while social distancing, now is the time to prioritize your...

Electronics, Screen Time, and Your Eyes

Electronics, Screen Time, and Your Eyes

We’re surrounded by electronic devices. In fact, research shows that the average American adult spends up to half of their waking hours in front of screens. Though these screens are often staples at home, work, and on the go, they can have serious effects on your...

3 Diabetic Eye Health Tips for Lifelong Vision

3 Diabetic Eye Health Tips for Lifelong Vision

Over 100 million Americans are diabetic or prediabetic. And, while diabetes has always been a risk factor for vision problems, like diabetic retinopathy, it can also elevate the risk for conditions like cataracts and glaucoma. Fortunately, regular preventative care...

New Safety & Health Precautions: Reopening May 4

New Safety & Health Precautions: Reopening May 4

Dear patients, Though we have missed seeing you, we are proud to have done our part to help flatten the risk curve. Now that we are permitted to resume care, we are looking forward to reopening on May 4. We will be calling all patients to reschedule but should you...

Spring Cleaning Do’s & Don’ts

Spring Cleaning Do’s & Don’ts

April means allergy season and spring cleaning for millions of Americans each year. With irritants and germs in the air, on your hands, and throughout your home, take some time to deep clean for better eye health and a stronger immune system, while practicing social...

Social Distancing: At-Home Eye Care and Health Tips

Social Distancing: At-Home Eye Care and Health Tips

We can't wait to see you back in our office soon for your vision and eye needs! Until then, we've gathered our favorite tips to help you keep your eyes healthy and safe while social distancing at home. And remember, we are still here for you! Our staff is available...

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