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4 Ways to Prepare for Your Next Eye Exam

August 16, 2018
You’ve made the decision to schedule your next eye exam. This is great news. We love meeting new patients, and we are always excited to see returning patients.[…]

What is an Eye Stye?

August 13, 2018
An eye stye closely resembles a pimple on your eyelid.[…]

5 Reasons to See Your Optometrist Before School Starts

August 09, 2018
Children demand a lot from their eyes. They need to be able to see so they can safely get to school, understand concepts learned in the classroom, do their homework, and participate in extracurricular activities.[…]

Celebrate Children's Eye Health and Safety Month

August 06, 2018
August is great time of year to celebrate Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month.[…]

Iconic Glasses in Professional Wrestling

July 30, 2018
Arguably, one of the greatest forms of entertainment on Earth is professional wrestling.[…]

How to Identify Pinguecula

July 26, 2018
Ever had that feeling that a grain of sand or some other small irritant is stuck in your eye? One cause of this feeling is pinguecula.[…]

What to Do When You Get Sand in Your Eyes

July 23, 2018
Summertime means we spend a lot more time outside, doing the things we want to do and soaking up the sun.[…]

Living with Myopia: 3 Common Fixes

July 19, 2018
Myopia is the medical name for nearsightedness.[…]

Add Summer Produce to Your Cart For Better Eyesight

July 16, 2018
Next time you take a trip to the grocery store, stop by the produce section and take a look at some of the in-season fruits and vegetables available.[…]

What is Keratoconus?

July 12, 2018
The cornea is the clear layer of tissue covering the front of the eye. In a healthy eye, the cornea is round. Keratoconus is an eye disease in which the cornea gradually thins and becomes cone-shaped over time.[…]