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Dry Eyes in Winter Months

Are your eyes dry, burning, or itchy? They could be to dry. In the winter, whether from cold temperatures and windy weather or from taking one more course of antibiotics because of a sinus infection or bronchitis, you might have dry eyes. While many people suffer from environmentally-induced dry eyes, dry eye disease is a […]

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20/20 in 2020

There will never be another year that ophthalmologists and optometrists love more, and we’d like to make this the year you see 20/20 again. Whether you need cataract surgery, a new pair of glasses, or want to talk to us about LASIK, we hope you will make 2020 the year you make eye health and […]

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Am I a Good Candidate for LASIK?

LASIK can transform the life of someone who struggles with their vision, has trouble wearing contacts, or really doesn’t like wearing glasses. Imagine the joy of waking up and being able to see what time it is without having to fumble around to find your glasses first. But is LASIK right for everyone? LASIK Eye […]

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Is Thanksgiving Dinner Good for My Eyesight?

While everyone jokes about Thanksgiving dinner being bad for our waistlines, here at Wilkinson Eye Center, we’re celebrating everyone who is eating turkey because it’s good for your eyes. That’s right – go right ahead and have that extra slice of turkey on Thanksgiving. You’ll be grateful you did. Turkey contains iron, which is helpful in […]

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Dry Eyes? Here’s What to Do

Dry eyes may sound like a minor inconvenience and you may have just been living with it. You don’t have to. Nearly 30 million people in the United States and over 300 million worldwide have been diagnosed with Dry Eye Disease. Most of these people have either learned to live with this eye discomfort or […]

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Protect Your Eyes From Haunting Infections this Halloween

This Halloween, remember that there’s nothing scarier than an eye infection or losing your vision. Costume contact lenses may seem like a harmless way to amp up your spooky costume, but keep in mind that they could be doing your eyes serious harm. We’ll tell you what to look for or avoid when it comes […]

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4 FAQ’s About Cataract Removal

Cataracts are one of the most common eye conditions that we treat patients here at our office. As a condition that causes cloudiness to occur, cataracts can make everyday life a little bit difficult. To help you learn a little bit more about this condition, we thought we would create a list answering four frequently […]

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3 Ways to Give Your Eyes a Break From Your Phone

Staring at your phone all day isn’t just bad for your personal relationships, but it may be straining your vision as well. If you notice that you are getting frequent headaches or blurred vision after you stare at your Instagram account for too long, then we have some tips for you. Take Frequent Breaks Similar […]

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Good News Vs. Bad News: What to Know About Cataracts

Have you ever seen a cat or a dog with an eye that almost looks hazy and white like a cloud? If so, that animal had cataracts. As a condition that affects nearly all mammals, cataracts are one of the most common eye diseases that we see patients for here at our office. As a […]

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