General Eye Care

30
May

What Having 20/20 Vision Actually Means

You’ve probably seen a chart such as this before during a routine eye exam. In the US, they’re usually placed 20 feet away from your eyes and colored in standard black and white. There’s a popular disbelief that 20/20 vision is considered exceptional or above average. Surprisingly, that’s not the case. 20/20 vision is actually considered “normal” vision, meaning you

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25
Apr

5 Tips for Healthy Eyes

The sad truth is that after the age of 40, our eyesight begins deteriorating. While not all eye issues can be prevented, the eye doctors at Michigan Eye Institute have compiled a list of tips to follow that should keep your eyes healthy for longer. Don’t smoke This seems like common sense but you’d be surprised at how many people

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30
Mar

Top 5 Things to Do in Michigan During Spring Break

5. Get Your Doctor Appointments Taken Care Of. I know this isn’t the most thrilling to-do, but what a great time to be practical and get your eye, dental, and general check-ups out the of the way before school starts back up. From childhood to adolescence, kids’ eyes develop and change quickly. Make sure you and your children are seeing

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10
Mar

Revolutionary Near-Vision Corrective Surgery Replaces Reading Glasses

The constant on-off routine with reading glasses can hinder your day-to-day activities. You know what we mean; you receive a text message and on they go, then you take them off to resume your work but replace them to read notes jotted on your notepad, only to take them off again immediately afterwards.  This process can get tiring. That’s why

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