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  • Smart Contact Lenses?

    It wasn’t so long ago that the idea of a smart contact lens seemed like the stuff of science fiction, but it’s pretty close to becoming science fact.

    Continue Reading February 13, 2019

  • Progressive Lenses Versus Bifocals

    Nearly everyone over the age of 65 will experience a reduced elasticity of the lenses of their eyes — a condition called presbyopia. Those of us lucky enough to have perfect vision until that age will only require reading glasses to help with up-close vision. However, for the 42 percent of Americans who are nearsighted […]

    Continue Reading January 23, 2019

  • Glaucoma 101: Eyes Under Pressure

    Human eyesight is an incredibly complex system, and a problem anywhere along the way can lead to seriously compromised vision. One such problem is glaucoma, a group of eye conditions that affect millions of people in the US, making it the second most common cause of vision loss and blindness in the country. In most […]

    Continue Reading January 9, 2019

  • Warning Signs Of Child Vision Problems

    An estimated 60 percent of children with learning difficulties have undiagnosed vision problems, and 80 percent of learning is visual. This puts these children at a serious disadvantage in their education and their social development. So what can we do as parents to make sure this doesn’t happen to our children? Fortunately, there’s plenty! Why […]

    Continue Reading December 26, 2018

  • Our Top Tips For Winter Eye Safety

    Because it’s so much colder outside in winter, our instinct might be to assume that we’re safe from damage from the sun. Unfortunately, this is not the case. We are just as vulnerable to harmful UV rays in winter as we are in summer. Our skin might be mostly bundled up from the cold, keeping […]

    Continue Reading December 12, 2018

  • Staying Ahead Of Age-Related Vision Loss

    Have you noticed any changes in your eyesight in the last few years? The older we get, the more important it is for us to be on the watch for symptoms of age-related vision loss. As your partners in life-long healthy vision, we want to make sure you’re prepared. Common Types Of Age-Related Vision Loss […]

    Continue Reading November 28, 2018