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Be UV-Wise with your Eyes!

The time of year to be reminded of the importance of protecting yourself and your loved ones against harmful Ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun and other sources.

Glaucoma is the ‘Silent Thief of Sight’

Glaucoma is a leading causes of blindness in the US. Fortunately, with early detection and treatment it can be controlled. Even if you show no signs of glaucoma, there are ways to prevent it from developing or keep it from progressing. Booking regular eye exams with your eye doctor can...

Keratoconus? Scleral Lenses could be the Solution

Do you have keratoconus? Scleral lenses can bring you from poor vision to seeing clearly and comfortably. Scleral lenses, with a new and improved design, are a safe and ideal option for those who experienced complications from LASIK or other eye surgery. Schedule a consultation with Contact Lens and Vision...

Protect your Vision from AMD. Your Eyes will Thank You

Fortunately, you can lower your risk of AMD by making some lifestyle changes, such as keeping up with your annual eye exams, eating a healthy diet rich in vitamins, nutrients and omega-3, getting regular exercise, controlling your blood pressure and cholesterol levels, wearing UV protected sunglasses and avoiding smoking.

Regular Eye Exams are Essential for Macular Degeneration

People who suffer from macular degeneration tend to lose their “straight ahead” vision, making it difficult to read, drive, and recognize faces.

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The Importance of Regular Eye Exams in Detecting Macular Degeneration

Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) can cause severe vision loss, but early detection can help preserve your vision.