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What is the OptiLight by Lumenis, and How Does it Manage Dry Eyes?

Are your eyes dry, itchy, and irritated? These are some common signs of dry eye syndrome or dry eye disease. Dry eye disease is a widespread issue for up to 49 million Americans. This chronic condition can significantly impact your quality of life, causing a foreign body sensation in your eyes, pain, blurry vision, and… Read More

Why LASIK is Life-Changing

LASIK can improve your sight and quality of life if you’ve put up with having poor vision for many years. Laser eye surgery reshapes your cornea to correct farsightedness, nearsightedness, and astigmatism. Keep reading to learn why LASIK is a life-changing procedure. Clearer Vision For most patients, LASIK means seeing 20/20 or better. The best… Read More

7 Signs You May Have a Cataract

Do you have blurry vision, see glare around streetlights while driving at night, or have a prescription that’s changed frequently? These are some signs of having a cataract. Keep reading to find out 7 signs you may have cataracts! What are Cataracts, and Why Do They Form? A cataract occurs when proteins in the eye… Read More

Can Allergies Make My Eyes Drier?

Millions of adults in the U.S. experience allergies and dry eyes each year. Allergies occur when your immune system reacts to substances it considers dangerous even though they’re typically harmless. The chemicals released to fight the ‘invader’ trigger symptoms associated with allergies. Dry eyes occur when your tears evaporate too fast or when you don’t… Read More

What are MiSight Contact Lenses?

Myopia or nearsightedness is a refractive error that makes it difficult to see things that are far away clearly. Typically, distant objects look out of focus and blurry. Keep reading to learn more about nearsightedness and if treating your child with MiSight contact lenses could help! How Do You Know if Your Child is Nearsighted?… Read More

What is a Multifocal IOL?

As you age, the proteins in your eyes break down and clump together on the natural lens of the eye, leading to the formation of cataracts. Cataracts continue growing over the years, resulting in blurry, distorted vision. The only way to treat cataracts is by having cataract surgery to remove them. Removing your cataracts helps… Read More

Don’t Forget About Your Flex Spending Dollars!

As the year draws to a close, you may have leftover funds to use on healthcare. If you have an FSA, you have flex spending dollars that expire before the end of the year. An FSA (Flexible Spending Account) is like a bank account set up through your employer. It enables you to put pre-taxed… Read More

What is Blepharitis?

Do you have itchy or inflamed eyelids and eyelashes? These are common symptoms of a condition called blepharitis. The condition often recurs and may be hard to treat. While blepharitis can be uncomfortable and unsightly, it’s not contagious. Keep reading to learn more about blepharitis and how to treat it! Symptoms Signs and symptoms of… Read More

Diet Can Affect Your Eyes and Here’s How

Healthy eyes and a good diet go hand in hand. What you eat and drink can make a big difference in how you see. By including the right foods in your diet, you could be taking essential steps to maintain and safeguard your sight for years to come. Keep reading to learn about some of… Read More

Why LASIK is a Great Vision Correction Procedure

Are you considering LASIK? It’s the most popular vision correction procedure for a reason. Did you know that it only takes a few minutes per eye to complete, and most patients report a significant improvement in their vision after having LASIK? Most patients end up with 20/20 vision or better after undergoing the procedure! LASIK… Read More

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