Contact Care

Have you made the switch to contacts? If you’ve grown tired of trying to accommodate your life around a pair of glasses, then contact lenses

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Floaters

If you see a shadowy spot or shape pass in your field of vision, you may be seeing something that is commonly known as a

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Myopia in Kids

What is Myopia? Myopia is the most common vision disorder among children from the age of six up to adolescence. More commonly known as shortsightedness,

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Child Eye Care

Child’s Play Does your child have difficulty seeing objects from a distance? When they read, does he or she hold the book up close to

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The Three O’s

Who’s Who? In the eye care business, it’s important to know the difference between what is known as “The Three O’s:” Optometrists, Ophthalmologists and Opticians.

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Dry Eyes

Eye Spy with My Dry Eye Crying every once in a while is okay. In fact, for the benefit of your eyes, it’s encouraged! Crying

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Glaucoma

Huff and Puff To some, going to the optometrist can be a daunting task. You walk into the office and someone escorts you into a

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Winter Eye Health

Damaging reflections from the sun off snow and ice and dry indoor air conditions can irritate your eyes and impair your vision. Caring for your

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Twitching Eye

It can be really embarrassing when your eye starts twitching without your permission. People think you are winking at them when you’re not, plus, you

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The Facts On Pink Eye

Conjunctivitis, boy if that doesn’t sound like a life-threatening disease or something, maybe that is why most medical professionals and people, in general, refer to

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