Can Eye Doctors Treat Macular Degeneration?

Macular degeneration is a common age-related eye condition that affects central vision and can have a significant impact on daily life. However, early diagnosis and treatment can help prevent permanent vision loss from this eye condition. Keep reading to learn more about macular degeneration, including whether or not eye doctors can effectively treat this condition!… Read More

Can Dry Eye Syndrome Cause Blurry Vision?

Dry eye syndrome can cause a variety of symptoms that can be difficult to deal with. However, there is treatment available to help improve your symptoms and halt the condition. Keep reading to learn more about dry eye syndrome, including whether or not this eye condition can cause blurry vision! What is Dry Eye Syndrome?… Read More

5 Ways To Protect Your Eyes this Summer

Summer means spending more time outdoors. However, as much as we look forward to the sunny season, it’s not always kind on our eyes.  It’s very important to know how to care for your eyes during summer to ensure you enjoy all the fun and refreshing activities with clear vision and healthy eyes. Keep reading… Read More

How Do Eye Doctors Treat Dry Eye Syndrome?

Dry eye syndrome is a chronic condition that occurs when you produce poor-quality tears or are unable to make enough tears. Tears are comprised of water, oil, and mucus. They keep your eyes lubricated and moistened. However, if there’s an imbalance with one or more tear layers, you’ll experience dryness, blurry vision, and other symptoms…. Read More

What is the Difference Between LASIK and iLASIK?

Are you considering a vision correction procedure? While glasses and contact lenses help bring your world into focus, they do have limitations.  Glasses fog up all the time and can easily break. On the other hand, contact lenses are easy to lose and can easily dry out and irritate your eyes. Procedures like LASIK permanently… Read More

Can Eye Doctors Treat Cataracts Without Surgery?

Surgery is the only way to get rid of cataracts permanently. The good news is cataract surgery is a quick, comfortable, and incredibly effective outpatient procedure.  If you’ve been diagnosed with cataracts, you don’t need to have them removed right away. Often, cataracts progress very slowly and can be safely observed until your eye doctor… Read More

Do You Need to Have an Eye Exam to Get Glasses?

In order to fill a glasses prescription, you will need to make sure that your prescription is up to date and not expired. To ensure that your new glasses will correct your vision as best as possible, it’s best to see your eye doctor for a new prescription if your previous one is expired. Keep… Read More

Should I Consider a Premium Lens When I Have Cataract Surgery?

When it’s time for cataract surgery, your cataract surgeon removes your natural lens where the cataract is and positions an IOL in its place. An intraocular lens or IOL is a synthetic implant that focuses light inside your eye just like your natural lens.  Besides eliminating cataract symptoms, IOLs can correct your natural refractive error…. Read More

Can Getting LASIK Improve the Holiday Season?

The holidays are a cheerful time of the year. Holidays can get even better with excellent eyesight! With sharper, crisper vision after LASIK, the winter wonder and bright lights will look clearer and more vivid than you ever imagined. Keep reading to learn why the holiday season is a perfect time to get LASIK! Freedom… Read More

What Are the Most Common Signs of Cataracts to Watch Out For?

A cataract occurs when proteins inside your eye’s natural lens break down and clump together. This process causes the lens to become cloudy, which can cause many visual symptoms. Often, cataracts develop slowly, so you might not even notice you have them until they’re more advanced. If left untreated, cataracts will eventually impact your vision… Read More

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