November 2017

27
Nov

What Will Our Eyes Be Like in 100 Years?

With the recent major advances in eyecare, it’s hard not to wonder what our vision may look like in another 100 years. Now, surgeries such as laser vision correction and corneal inlay enhances can literally correct near-sighted and far-sighted vision enough to completely eliminate the need for glasses. This means the sky is the limit for further advances. Dr. Josef

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20
Nov

The Science Behind Brown Eyes

Current estimates suggest that between 65-80% of the world’s population has brown eyes. So, while being a brown-eyed beauty may not be as unique as you’d like, bear in mind that not all shades of brown are the same. If you’re from southern Europe, Africa, the Middle East, or East Asia, there is a higher likelihood of brown eyes running

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13
Nov

Diabetic Eye Disease Month

Individuals with diabetes have a higher risk of developing serious eye conditions that can really impact their vision. The month of November is dedicated to spreading awareness of those issues, so the doctors here at Michigan Eye Institute have prepared a list of facts that may help diabetics maintain healthy long term eyecare. Diabetic eye diseases include diabetic retinopathy, diabetic

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3
Nov

MEI Trunk Shows and Why You Should Attend

Designer sunglasses. Major eyewear discounts. Friendly Michigan Eye Institute staff. These are all reasons why, if you’re in the marketing for a new pair of shades, you should attend our next Designer Sunglasses Trunk Show event. Always located at one of our many southeast Michigan offices – Flint, Fenton, Lapeer, Grand Blanc, or Oxford – our trunk shows feature designer

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