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What To Expect From Your Eyes As You Age

There is absolutely no doubt that overall health is a primary factor for your future vision. Medical conditions and diseases like heart disease, high blood pressure, and type 2 diabetes all take a toll on the health of your eyes. However, some age-related eye and vision changes can’t be avoided. 12 Things You Can Expect […]

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Dry Eye Prevention And Treatment

In the past, dry eye was largely a condition found in seniors and postmenopausal women or as a side effect of certain medical conditions or medications. Now, as a result of the increased amount of time we spend on screens, optometrists are seeing more frequent cases of dry eye, even in our younger clientele. Awareness […]

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Prevent Eye Strain: Do You Honor The 20-20-20 Rule?

Our screen-based lifestyles have increased the cases of eye strain we see in our optometry offices. If you’re someone who spends the majority of your time on screens for work or pleasure, start practicing the 20-20-20 rule to prevent eye strain.  Detect And Prevent Eye Strain Eye strain is more than just a nuisance or […]

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Healthy Lifestyle Choices For Eye Health

If you review a list of some of the most common eye conditions leading to vision loss (diabetic retinopathy or cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration), you’ll notice how many of them are directly influenced by the patient's lifestyle choices and overall health.  Rather than looking at the eyes and vision as the only focus, we prefer […]

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Protect Your Eyes From The Sun

The sun emits invisible ultraviolet (UV) light rays that damage skin cells. This is one of the reasons why excess sun exposure (UV exposure) causes skin cancer. However, exposure to UV light, a source of radiation, is also harmful to the tissues in your eyes, which is why protecting your eyes from the sun is […]

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Six Causes Of Sudden Vision Loss

Sudden vision loss or blurred vision in one or both eyes is scary. Contact your optometrist immediately if this happens to you or someone you love. Your urgent care provider of choice should handle after-hours incidents. Sudden vision loss is defined as vision loss that gets notably worse in minutes or within a few days […]

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Swollen Eyes And Eyelids: Why And How To Treat Them

Spring is here, and everything is blooming and blossoming out, which means our office is flooded with calls regarding swollen eyes and eyelids. In most cases, inflamed tissue in and around the eyes is caused by allergies or the irritation caused by foreign objects. However, there are cases where eye tissue becomes infected, in which […]

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How Often Should I Schedule An Eye Exam?

Eye exam frequency varies from person to person depending on their age, health status, whether they wear glasses or not, and previous eye health history. However, as a general rule, we recommend scheduling eye exams following the guidelines set forth by the American Optometric Association (AOA). Eye Exam Frequency: What’s Best For You? Beyond the […]

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5 Reasons To Avoid Rubbing Your Eyes

There is almost nothing more satisfying than a good, long, thorough eye rubbing when you have itchy or irritated eyes. However, rubbing your eyes is one of the worst things you can do. In most cases, it makes existing problems worse. In worst-case scenarios, eye rubbing causes more damage. In most cases, excessive or habitual […]

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Have You Ever Seen Floaters Or Flashes Of Light?

Have you ever looked at a blank wall or stared off into space or the sky and noticed clear-ish, random shapes “floating” by your field of vision? You blink, but they don’t go away, and they move with you as you look in other directions. Those are called floaters. While they’re normal under those circumstances, […]

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