Eye Care & Eye Exams

3 Signs That Your Child May Have Strabismus

Taking care of a child is a lot more than ensuring they don’t run out in front of the street or touch a hot burner on the stove. In fact, taking care of a child involves always being aware of what is their normal and what is something to be more wary of. As a […]

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Eye Care 101: Can You Burn Your Eyes?

You can burn toast, you can burn your dinner, and you can certainly burn your skin, but can you burn things like your eyes? Causing a condition called photokeratitis, the sun can, in fact, damage your eyes— causing you to become blind in rare instances. So, what exactly is photokeratitis and how can it be […]

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How to Properly Remove Eye Makeup

Let’s face it, after a long day at work the last thing you want to do is wash your face. If you can’t even count how many times you’ve forgotten to remove your makeup just this year, you are certainly not alone. However, the longer you leave your makeup on for, the more likely you […]

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3 Considerations to Make When Buying Prescription Sunglasses

Having to switch between your regular glasses and your sunglasses can be beyond convenient. So, why not combine the two into one to make your life easier? Luckily, by getting prescription sunglasses, you cannot only lose the fuss, but you can also protect your eyes in an incredible way. But how can you know if […]

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Custom Vs. Fabricated Reading Lenses

As you age, your body starts to change; your metabolism slows down, your hormones become imbalanced, and your ability to read things up close slowly worsens. If you have noticed that you are having difficulty reading things up close, you likely need to get some reading glasses. When it comes to picking out reading glasses, […]

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The Truth Behind Genetic Eye Diseases

Your genetics are responsible for a variety of positive things including your good looks, your DNA makeup, your fast working metabolism, and more. But genetics also contribute to a variety of conditions that aren’t as positive, including genetic eye diseases. What are genetic eye diseases and how can they be avoided? This article will discuss […]

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Getting Rid of The Fog: Cataract FAQ’s

Have you ever looked into the eyes of an elderly person or even a pet and noticed that their eyes looked fogged over? If so, you were looking directly into the eyes of cataracts. By causing your vision to become cloudy, blurry, and otherwise hard to see, cataracts is an eye condition that makes small […]

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Diabetic Eye Care

3 Resolutions to Help Fight Diabetic Retinopathy in 2017

Whether you have type 1 or type 2 diabetes, you know just how difficult it can be to manage your insulin day in and day out. As a disease that not only affects your body’s ability to produce insulin, diabetes can also impact other parts of your body including your feet, joints, and vision. Specifically, […]

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3 Bad Habits that are Damaging Your Vision

With juicing, eating organic food, and exercise trends like HIIT workouts taking precedence over video games and McDonald’s, healthy living has never been more on trend. As a part of your body that often gets neglected, it’s important that you are taking equally as good of care of your eyes as your body. By avoiding […]

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Contact Lens Fittings: What You Can Expect

When you first start to wear contact lenses, it can feel like you have something that is constantly in your eyes. And even worse, getting used to your new prescription can make you feel light-headed, nauseous, or just have a headache. Sometimes, however, when patients receive their new contact lenses, they feel these symptoms for […]

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