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Eye Care

Eye Health 101: Tips for Preventing Vision Problems as You Age

Imagine a world without clear vision – where every detail is obscured by a blur, and colors become indiscernible. According to the CDC, a staggering 93 million adults in the United States are at high risk for serious vision loss. Yet, despite this alarming statistic, only half of them visited an eye doctor in the past year.

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Eye Care

Navigate Eye Safety with Clarity

In the whirlwind of everyday life, it’s easy to overlook the well-being of our eyes. Whether we’re fixated on screens, soaking up the sun’s rays, or engaged in the intensity of a pickleball match, our eyes are constantly in the line of fire. Our eyes, though resilient, are vulnerable to a multitude of hazards that

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Glaucoma

New Year’s Resolution: Prioritize Your Eye Health 

It’s that time of the year again – New Year, new resolutions! As we jot down goals to become the healthiest and happiest versions of ourselves, let’s not forget a crucial aspect often overlooked – eye health. January happens to be Glaucoma Awareness Month, making it the perfect time to include an overdue eye exam

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Dry Eye

Winter Is Here and Dry Eyes Are Coming to Town

Dry eyes are more common than we think. With winter knocking on our door, many of us may notice the effects of the colder season on our eyes.  There are several factors that come into play.  The combination of cold dry air combined with increased indoor heating can make eyes feel as dry as grandma’s fruit cake. 

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Eye Care

Eye Exams Don’t Have to be Scary 

Want to hear something really scary? Forty percent of people at high risk for eye disease did not have an eye exam last year! That includes adults with diabetes, those with existing vision and eye problems, and seniors age 65 and older. That amounts to nearly 93 million adults in the US, or about 4 in 10. 

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Vision

The Journey of Aging Eyes  

What just happened to my vision (?) Presbyopia did. Although it’s never fun to realize we’re getting older, it can be comforting to know that presbyopia will affect nearly everyone as they reach their 40s and beyond. Whether you’re nearsighted, farsighted, or have always had crystal clear vision, presbyopia won’t discriminate. It’s simply a part of the aging process, much like gray hair or laugh lines.

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Cataracts

What to Expect from Cataract Surgery

Cataract surgery presents a unique opportunity to enhance your vision and potentially reduce your reliance on glasses. In this article, we’ll explore the various options available for vision correction during cataract surgery and what you can expect from the procedure.

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Eye Care

The Eye Doctor’s Guide to Healthy Vision 

Sight is universally considered our most valued sensory experience. Most people acknowledge that good vision is essential to function well in today’s world. But what exactly is ‘healthy vision’? A good place to start may be to describe what healthy vision is NOT in order to recognize the visual warning signs that should never be ignored.

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Eye Care

Top Reasons You May Not Be Seeing Clearly 

The truth is, there can be many explanations for your blurry vision. From refractive errors to dry eye or even the beginnings of eye disease, many conditions start out with similar symptoms. Learn more about why your vision might be changing and the importance of seeing your eye doctor.

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Macular Degeneration

Are You at Risk for Macular Degeneration?   

Macular degeneration is a non-curable but highly treatable eye disease affecting mostly seniors over age sixty. Dry and wet versions of the disease target nerve cells in the retina and can destroy the clear central vision used for reading and detailed tasks. If you are concerned about macular degeneration, talk to your eye doctor about your risks during an annual comprehensive exam.

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