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Are Your Red Eyes Allergies or Coronavirus? Jun 8th, 2020

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, your seasonal allergies may be adding to your anxiety about your health. Are those watery red eyes and stuffy nose symptoms of the new coronavirus or allergies? Should you worry about your itchy, watery eyes? One of the easiest ways to tell the...

How Can the Coronavirus Affect your Eyes? Jun 1st, 2020

How can the coronavirus affect your eyes? Coronavirus can spread through the eyes, just as it does through the mouth or nose. When someone who has coronavirus coughs, sneezes, or talks, virus particles can spray from their mouth or nose onto your face. You are likely to breathe these tiny...

How to Prevent Your Eyeglasses From Fogging While Wearing a Mask May 29th, 2020

When both glasses and masks are required ... As annoying as it may be, don’t stop wearing your mask, because they fog.  Masking can help prevent the spread of COVID-19.  Instead, follow our tips for keeping your eyeglasses, sunglasses, or protective googles clear. Whether you’re an worker on a construction...

Reopening Our Office Update May 28th, 2020

Dear Valued Patients, We would like to take a moment to say thank you. Thank you for your understanding and patience during these challenging times.  We also appreciate you being part of our practice and wanted to update you on our status. We are happy to announce as of May...

Is Laser Vision Correction Right for You? 4 Facts That Will Help You Decide May 12th, 2020

Vision impairment can be stressful. Not only will it affect your ability to read, watch television and drive, but problems with your vision also prevent you from seeing and making memories in a clear, concise manner.   While prescription eyeglasses and contact lenses are the most common solutions for patients...

Cataract Prevention Tips for All Ages Feb 13th, 2018

While over half of all Americans over the age of 80 suffer from cataracts, the number of Americans over the age of 40 who have been developing them has been steadily rising. In 2000, just over 20 million people over the age of 40 had cataracts while in 2010, almost...

4 Healthy Changes to Make for Your Eyes Dec 18th, 2017

Your eyes allow you to see and interact with the world around you, so it only makes sense that you would take the best possible care of them. One of the most important aspects of caring for your eyes is seeing the eye doctor for regular eye exams. But beyond...

What You Need to Know About Shingles of the Eye Oct 17th, 2017

Developing shingles anywhere on your body can be an alarming and painful experience. However, when it comes to getting shingles, there is perhaps no greater threat to your health than getting it on your eyes. If you are over the age of 50, you have a higher risk factor for developing...

Six Facts Everyone Needs to Know About Glaucoma Aug 15th, 2017

Despite the fact that glaucoma is one of the leading causes of blindness in the United States, many people simply don't understand this tragic disease. To protect your health and the health of your family, it's essential to understand the basics of glaucoma. Here's what you need to know.1. Glaucoma...

Considering Laser Vision Correction? 4 Facts That Will Help You Decide if LASIK Is Right for You Jun 26th, 2017

Living with vision impairment can be stressful. Not only will it affect your ability to read, watch television and drive, but problems with your vision also prevent you from seeing and making memories in a clear, concise manner.While prescription eyeglasses and contact lenses are the most common solutions for patients...