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Eye to Eye Optometry Blog

Keratoconus: Symptoms, Causes & Treatments

Keratoconus is a diagnosis indicating the eye’s cornea is thinner and has changed shape from round to more of a cone-like curve. The cornea is an essential part of the eye’s anatomy. Its job is to focus light on an area at the rear of the eye - called the retina. The light focuses on […]

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Why Do My Contact Lenses Hurt?

It takes a bit of time to get used to new contact lenses, especially if you’ve never worn them before. However, contact lenses should never hurt. If your contact lenses are causing you significant discomfort, remove them ASAP, swap them for your glasses, and contact your optometrist to check-in. 6 Common Reasons Your Contact Lenses […]

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Common Eye Care Mistakes

Prioritizing your annual eye exam is just one of the many ways to protect your eyesight and vision health proactively. The next best thing you can do is avoid these eight common eye care mistakes.  Avoid These 6 Common Eye Care Oversights The following eight eye care mistakes are the most common reasons patients make […]

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How Your Eyes Work

If you ask most optometrists why we do what we do for a living, the reply will almost always include a love of science, the desire to help others, and our absolute obsession with the eyes. The eyes are one of the body's most unique, fascinating, and complex organs.  Understanding How Your Eyes Work The […]

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Eye Exercises To Improve Vision

Are you doing your daily eye exercise? The eyes focus by activating muscle fibers that coordinate with the optic nerve. So, using eye exercises to keep eye muscles in shape can improve vision and focus. While eye exercises are beneficial for anyone, exercising the eyes each day can improve vision for people with: Nystagmus (rapid […]

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How To Prioritize Eye And Vision Health At 50 And Beyond

Age-related vision changes are unavoidable as you age due to anatomical changes to the lens. However, the degree to which vision diminishes, or the risk of other issues affecting eye and vision health as you age, is largely under your control. Prevent Eye And Vision Health Issues As You Age They say we end our […]

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Bifocals Or Progressives: Which Is Right For You?

Patients' eyes and vision needs, evolve and change over time. According to the Vision Council, roughly 75% of adults use some type of vision correction, and nearly 40% of those use two or more different types of glasses. Many of that 40% are using bifocals or progressives, both of which are designed to minimize the […]

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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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