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Do You Need an Annual Eye Exam?

Many eye problems, including those that cause permanent blindness, have no early symptoms. That’s why it’s integral to schedule a comprehensive eye exam regularly, even if you believe your eyes are healthy. Seeing your eye doctor regularly for comprehensive eye exams helps ensure early diagnosis of eye conditions and protects your vision and eye health…. Read The Rest of The Article


Why the PanOptix Trifocal Lens Makes it Easier to Be Active

Are cataracts interfering with your hobbies or everyday activities like driving, reading, and cooking? While there’s no guaranteed way to avoid them, cataract surgery can help you regain your sight and get back to enjoying life. During cataract surgery, you’ll have your natural lens replaced with an artificial lens or IOL. There are different types… Read The Rest of The Article


How to Know if Durysta Can Treat Your Glaucoma

Did you know that glaucoma is a group of serious eye diseases that permanently destroy the optic nerve? Damage to your optic nerve elevates your eye pressure, which causes irreversible blindness and vision loss if left untreated. Although there is no cure for glaucoma, treatment can slow or even stop its progression, helping you maintain… Read The Rest of The Article


Does My Child Need to See a Pediatric Ophthalmologist?

Has your primary care physician recommended that your child sees a pediatric ophthalmologist? Going to a top ophthalmologist specializing in pediatrics guarantees your child receives the best possible vision care. Pediatric ophthalmologists have the qualifications and experience to correctly diagnose, manage, and treat all children’s eye issues. They are also experts at detecting subtle signs… Read The Rest of The Article


Can I Correct Astigmatism When I Have Cataract Surgery?

Do you have cataracts? If you need to have your cataracts removed by having cataract surgery, you may also be happy to learn you can correct refractive errors simultaneously. While cataracts and astigmatism are unrelated eye conditions, it doesn’t mean you can’t address them during the same procedure.  The procedure is highly effective and safe… Read The Rest of The Article


What is BlephEx, and is it Right for Me?

Do your eyelids feel inflamed or irritated? Suffering these symptoms can be signs of a condition called blepharitis. Blepharitis can occur if bacteria develops on the eyelid margins, leading to irritation and biofilm on the lids. If you don’t clean your eyelids, it can form bacteria and eventually lead to blepharitis. Biofilm encourages the growth… Read The Rest of The Article


Why a Premium Lens Implant is the Way to Go During Cataract Surgery

If it’s time for cataract surgery, you have a choice between monofocal and premium intraocular lenses (IOLs). Although monofocal or standard lenses provide clear vision after cataract surgery, they can only fix vision problems at one distance. Often, people choose the sharpest focus for seeing things that are further away. If you want to see… Read The Rest of The Article


What is Presbyopia, and Can I Treat It?

Have you realized you hold your phone, magazines, or books at a distance to see them clearly? Perhaps you experience headaches, eye fatigue, or eye strain whenever you try to focus on near objects? Have you noticed that you need brighter light to complete tasks? These are all signs of having presbyopia. Presbyopia is an… Read The Rest of The Article


How Do I Know if the Light Adjustable Lens is Right for Me?

Are you struggling with cataracts, making it more challenging to see? Cataracts are simply part of the aging process, but dealing with worsening vision because of having them can be frustrating. Fortunately, cataract surgery restores the clear vision that’s lost due to having cataracts. During cataract surgery, you’ll have the natural lens of your eye… Read The Rest of The Article


What is a Pterygium?

A pterygium is a triangular-shaped, non-cancerous growth in the eye. Also known as surfer’s eye, a pterygium begins at the eye’s thin tissue, covers the white of the eye, then extends to your cornea. The growth can stop progressing on its own, or it may gradually continue developing as you get older. Blood vessels in… Read The Rest of The Article


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