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Eye Exams

  • Coronavirus Safety Tips For Eye

    Coronavirus Safety Tips For Eye Allergies, Contact Wear & More

    Although we are temporarily not conducting routine eye exams based on the recommendations of the CDC, AOA, and our state board in order to prevent the spread of coronavirus, we continue to care deeply about the health and well being of our patients and all of those in our community. So, until it’s clear that […]

    Continue Reading April 1, 2020

  • What You Don’t Know About Vision Loss Might Surprise You

    The American Optometry Association conducted its 2020 Eye-Q survey, which aims to understand just how much adults in the U.S. truly understand—or don’t understand—about the health of their eyes and their risk for vision loss. The results are, pardon the pun, eye-opening.  You may be surprised to see if you would be included in some […]

    Continue Reading March 16, 2020

  • Do You Know What An Eye Exam Can Reveal About Your Heart?

    Valentine’s Day comes and goes, but there’s one sure way to honor your heart any time of the year. And even for all the chocolate and roses in the world, you probably wouldn’t guess that the way to your heart just might be an eye exam. But it’s true, a trip to your eye doctor […]

    Continue Reading February 14, 2020

  • 2 Stories Of How The Right Vision Test Can Change A Child’s World

    In the blog post Is Your Child Struggling In School? It Could Be Vision Related Rather Than A Learning Problem, we took a look at how undiagnosed vision problems in children can all too often be misdiagnosed as learning disabilities or behavioral problems.  In fact, 1 out of 4 children struggle with reading and learning […]

    Continue Reading August 30, 2019

  • Which Eye Drops Are Best For Allergies

    Which Eye Drops Are Best For Your Dry Eye, Allergy, or Redness Symptoms?

    Most everyone has experienced red, irritated, or watery eyes from time to time. Given how many factors can cause eye irritation—including eye allergies, dry eyes, an infection, lack of sleep, or life stress—it’s also no wonder that there are a wide variety of over-the-counter eye drops that claim to relieve dry, gritty, watery, or red […]

    Continue Reading July 18, 2019

  • 3 Vision-Saving Reasons You Shouldn’t Rely On Online Eye Exams

    One could argue that you can do pretty much anything online today, from ordering groceries, paying bills, or exploring a faraway city with Google street view. One of the services that has popped up in the past few years is online vision tests that then allow you to order prescription lenses to be delivered in […]

    Continue Reading May 15, 2019

  • Why & When Should Children Have Eye Exams?

    Why & When Should Children Have Eye Exams?

    It’s estimated that one out of four children struggle with reading and learning because of undiagnosed vision problems. Many of the signs, symptoms, and behaviors that are caused by vision problems are also associated with learning disabilities, so some of these children are misdiagnosed as having a learning disability. Since 80% of what children learn […]

    Continue Reading April 15, 2019

  • If Your Parent Had Macular Degeneration, Does That Mean You Will Too?

    When a physician or doctor asks you if you have a family history of health conditions like cardiovascular disease, stroke, diabetes, or cancer, it’s not because they’re being nosy. It’s because genetics plays a role in your chances of developing many health conditions, including eye diseases like macular degeneration. Macular degeneration is a progressive and […]

    Continue Reading March 7, 2019