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Can Cataracts be Reversed?

It is estimated that one-quarter of the population will have cataracts by age 65. The older we get, the greater our chances of cataracts. Patients often want to know if they can reverse cataracts if they act quickly when they notice the symptoms of this condition. The answer is no. Cataracts are not reversible. That… Read More »

  • Posted on: Dec 30 2021
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Why You Might Want to Consider the KAMRA Inlay

We are proud to be one of the first offices in our area to offer the KAMRA inlay. This small, implantable lens is made to correct near vision problems. We could describe it as a type of permanent contact lens that can allow people to toss out their reading glasses. This ocular inlay works like… Read More »

  • Posted on: Dec 15 2021
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What Could be Causing Your Itchy, Watery Eyes?

Itching, watering, redness, and other irritating eye symptoms may be caused by a few different factors. It is important to pay attention to ocular symptoms so that we may begin to uncover their origin. Usually, a little eye irritation is no big deal and will pass with time and rest. It could be that we’ve… Read More »

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Habits to Support Optimal Eye Health

You may know that it is essential to maintain regular eye exams with your ophthalmologist. This eye professional goes beyond checking your vision. They observe various functions and parts of your eyes that are involved in providing you with the clearest vision possible for as long as possible. Your routine eye exams measure pressure, observe… Read More »

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Learn about Femtosecond Laser-Assisted Cataract Surgery

According to statistics, more than half of elderly Americans are affected by cataracts. This may help explain why more than 3.5 million cataract surgeries are performed annually in our country.  When a condition is as prevalent as cataracts, and surgery is so integral to positive outcomes, there are bound to be promising advances in treatment.… Read More »

  • Posted on: Aug 30 2021
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Get to Know Glaucoma Before You Have To

When people think about their eye health, what typically gets their focus is their general vision. The common school of thought often goes something like “I see well, so there’s nothing wrong.” In the case of glaucoma, that idea couldn’t be farther from the truth. That’s why we want to discuss this potentially serious eye… Read More »

Common Causes of Eye Pain: Do You Need a Doctor?

Eye pain can be concerning when you’re not sure about the cause. Here, we fill you in on some of the common conditions you should be aware of so you can determine when you  may need to see the doctor. First, we should differentiate between the two primary categories of eye pain: Ocular pain is… Read More »

Corneal Abrasion: Just a Scratch?

People who get a scratch on the eye don’t usually stop and think of the term “corneal abrasion” to describe what has happened. They just know that their eye hurts and they want to feel better. A corneal abrasion is a pretty common injury. According to the American Academy of Family Physicians, a good number… Read More »

  • Posted on: Jun 30 2021
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Don’t Wait! Get Your Cataracts Treated Sooner Rather than Later!

According to statistics, more than 90% of people are expected to develop cataracts at some point in their lifetime. To be more specific, even, experts say that cataracts typically develop by age 65. The condition, historically associated with old age and involving clouding of the eye’s natural lens, can develop much earlier than age 65… Read More »

  • Posted on: Jun 15 2021
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