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  • 3 BIG Reasons to Have Multiple Pairs of Eyeglasses

      For many, eyeglasses are a necessary part of life. Far more than a mere accessory; they are a tool and identifier. Glasses help us see clearly and stand out, yet most of us only have one reliable pair of glasses that are expected to last us for at least two years. While it is […]

    Continue Reading March 18, 2022

  • Is Blue Light Bad for Eyesight?

    In recent years curiosity about blue light has grown and only increased in light of the 2020 covid-19 pandemic. With many businesses and schools transitioning fully online since then, a new wave of concern arose about blue light and its impact on daily life.  Blue light is part of the visible spectrum of light. We […]

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  • Glaucoma: The Subtle Threat to Eyesight

    Glaucoma is not just an eye disease; it is a group of eye disorders that damage the optic nerve. The optic nerve serves as the data cable of the eye to the brain. Inevitably, when the line is damaged, it cannot provide the brain with the entire picture, leading to vision loss. Glaucoma often occurs […]

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  • 3 Eye Safety Tips for New Year’s Eve Celebrations

    The end of the year is approaching, and celebrations to greet the new one will soon be underway. Whether you’re celebrating with a few close friends or heading out to a grand affair, there are plenty of ways to practice eye safety during this holiday. Here are a few reminders as you head into festivities.  […]

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  • 8 Easy-to-Follow Tips for Dry Eye Care

      Dry eye issues can strike year-round, but the cooler months undoubtedly arrive bearing a drier climate and decreased eye comfort. Our goal is to provide you with a holistic approach to eye care. With indoor heat firing up, we know that means dry eye issues can begin to flare as well. To keep your […]

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  • The Why, When, and How of Diabetic Eye Exams

    November is Diabetic Eye Disease Awareness Month. According to a 2018 report from American Diabetes Association, 34.2 million people in the U.S. (10.5% of Americans) suffer from diabetes, a well-known endocrine disorder detrimental to the body. The disease is known to cause problems with the nerves, heart, kidneys, and more. But did you know that […]

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  • Does sugar affect eyesight? New discoveries on the dangers of dessert.

    It makes sense that if there are foods that are beneficial to eyesight, there are also foods that can be detrimental to vision. Many of the foods that are damaging to eyesight are foods that negatively affect the body in general. Interestingly, being mindful of heart health is closely tied to caring for eye health. The […]

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    6 Tips for Wearing Halloween Contact Lenses Successfully

    Spooky season is on the way, so that means it is time to get excited about costumes and contacts! One of the scariest parts of Halloween is the risk of eye infection and vision loss from costume contact lenses. Undoubtedly your costume should be stunning, and of course, contact lenses can take it to the […]

    Continue Reading October 1, 2021

  • A Short Guide to Cataracts: What They Are and Who They Affect

    Have you ever wondered what the deal is with cataracts? Maybe you are curious because you or someone you know has been diagnosed with them. Perhaps you’re worried about developing them in the future and are curious about what they are. Regardless of your reasoning, we have a short guide to cataracts, what they are, […]

    Continue Reading September 24, 2021