Yearly Archives: 2022

What Can You Do to Relieve Your Dry Eyes Right Now?

Dry eyes occur when your eyes produce poor quality tears or don’t make enough tears. Dry eye syndrome is a chronic and progressive eye condition that can make your eyes feel itchy, gritty, and uncomfortable. Other symptoms of dry eyes include blurred vision, burning sensation, light sensitivity, and difficulty wearing contact lenses. Keep reading to… Read More


6 Reasons to Consider LASIK This Summer

While prescription glasses and contacts help correct your vision, they have limitations. LASIK can give you clear vision without the hassle of contact lenses or glasses. If you’re considering LASIK, summer is the perfect time to have laser eye surgery. Keep reading to learn six reasons why you should consider LASIK this summer! 1. Have… Read More


What Does A Pediatric Optometrist Do?

Does your child have a difficult time learning or reading? Have you noticed that one of your child’s eyes turns out or in? A pediatric optometrist is an eye doctor specifically trained to treat children. These eye doctors can diagnose, treat, prevent, and manage certain conditions that can affect the vision and eyes of children…. Read More


Should I See My Eye Doctor If I Have Dry Eyes?

Do your eyes often feel dry? Are you noticing fluctuating changes in your vision? Dry eye has many symptoms that can be frustrating and uncomfortable. Keep reading to find out if you should see your eye doctor for dry eyes! What is Dry Eye? Dry eye occurs if your tear glands don’t produce enough tears… Read More


7 Signs That LASIK Will Change Your Life for the Better

If you’ve lived with poor vision for years, you’ll be surprised at what LASIK can do for you. LASIK corrects refractive errors like farsightedness, nearsightedness, and astigmatism. Beyond that, it offers incredible benefits. Keep reading for 7 signs that LASIK will change your life for the better! 1.    Saves You Money The one-time cost of… Read More


Which Intraocular Lens is Right For Me?

Are you about to have cataract surgery? One of the choices you’ll need to make is what kind of intraocular lens you’ll get before cataract surgery. The intraocular lens (IOL) is an artificial lens that takes over the job of your cloudy natural lens. Having an IOL allows you to see clearly after cataract surgery…. Read More


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