June 2019

25
Jun

Pediatric Eye Exams

Some children aren’t brought to an optometrist until after their parents or teachers notice that they seem to be having trouble with their vision. This means that unfortunately the child has often already spent years struggling with eye problems. Not only can this cause the eye problems to worsen, but it can also impair a child’s ability to further develop

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18
Jun

Tips for Traveling with Contact Lenses and Eyeglasses

Packing Eyewear for Travel Eyewear is one of the most important things you’ll have to pack for a trip. Without the proper eyewear, products, and backups, your trip could be ruined. Here are a few things to keep in mind when traveling with contact lenses and eyeglasses. How to Pack Contact Lenses When Flying Keep your contact lenses and solution

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11
Jun

How to Keep Your Eyes Safe Against Firework-Related Injuries

According to a report by the U.S Consumer Product Safety Commission, fireworks caused 13,000 injuries in 2017 alone. This report also found that 14 percent of these cases are eye injuries. Eye injuries can raise blood pressure in your eyes and even cause blood loss. In severe cases, fireworks can cause abrasions and vision loss. No matter how benign some

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4
Jun

Contact Lenses: Tips for Beginners

Are you new to wearing contact lenses? We know that putting in contact lenses and taking them out can be challenging at first. In fact, most patients struggle with it for the first few days or weeks. For that reason, our eye doctors and assistants will thoroughly explain the process of how to insert and remove contacts to you. Here

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