Category Archives: Eye Care

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What is Monovision?

We recently discussed presbyopia and how this common eye condition may be treated. Because wearing reading glasses can quickly become a frustrating chore, many people quickly start thinking of alternative options for addressing blurring up-close vision. If you read our previous post, you already know that LASIK is not a treatment option for presbyopia because… Read More »

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Show Your Eyes Some Love This Year

February tends to be the month of the year when we hear the most about love. Beyond the candy hearts and cards, we believe there are many ways in which love can be expressed. Some of the expressions of love need to be directed toward self, and one of the easiest ways for people to… 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 »

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 »

Drusen: Is This a Word You Need to Know?

Some people are what we could call “word of the day” kind of people. The Greeks would refer to them as logophiles. It’s safe to say there aren’t many word nerds out there and even those who are eternally curious may not know the term drusen. Word-lover or not, if you are interested in long-term… Read More »

  • Posted on: Mar 25 2021
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Should I see a Doctor for Red Eyes?

Unless you’ve pulled an all-nighter to get a big project done or enjoy a late-night show, you’d probably be caught off-guard by noticeably red eyes. Does this condition mean something is wrong? Does it mean you should grab some redness-reducing eye drops? What causes the eyes to get red and what should be done to… Read More »

  • Posted on: Dec 15 2020
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Eye Floaters: Common and Also Concerning

Age-related vision changes are to be expected. However, symptoms such as flashes or floaters may come as an alarming surprise. If you’re over 40 years of age, you may have noticed the occasional objects drifting across your field of vision. This is a floater. Here, we discuss what floaters are and why, as common as… Read More »

  • Posted on: Feb 14 2020
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Women Need to Know Their Risks for Eye Disease

Eye health is as important as skin health, oral health, and reproductive health. If disease develops and threatens the quality of eyesight, life could likely be turned upside down. While there is a certain amount of attention that tends to be given to vision, there often could be more. This is especially true for women.… Read More »

  • Posted on: Nov 15 2019
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Exercise Offers Protective Benefits to the Eyes

For decades, we’ve been told that we need to exercise. Often, we perceive the value of movement as it relates to weight loss and management. There is much more to the recommendations for physical activity than that. Engaging in exercise, a sport, or a physical hobby like dance offers numerous emotional and physiological benefits. In… Read More »

  • Posted on: Aug 30 2019
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