Monthly Archives: September 2018

Enjoy Clear Vision without Pterygium

Too much sun and wind can cause an eye growth called pterygium, but it’s a simple condition to treat. Pterygium or “surfer’s eye” is a type of eye growth common in people who spend a lot of time outdoors. This condition can cause irritation or interfere with vision, and glasses or contacts won’t be able… Read More

Your Treatment Options for Glaucoma

With early detection and proactive treatment, it’s possible to stop glaucoma in its tracks. The second-leading cause of blindness, glaucoma occurs when eye pressure builds up and damages the optic nerve, ultimately leading to vision loss. Because glaucoma doesn’t always come with warning signs, patients will sometimes fail to notice their slowly deteriorating vision at… Read More

6 Signs It’s Time for an Eye Exam

Everyone can benefit from regular eye exams, but if you’re experiencing any of these symptoms, you’re better off scheduling a checkup sooner than later. If you’re having trouble reading this blog post, it’s probably time to get an eye exam. But even if this text looks crystal-clear to you, you should consider making an appointment… Read More

Lasik for Astigmatism: It’s Possible.

You may have heard that people with astigmatism don’t qualify for LASIK. That couldn’t be farther from the truth. In previous years, many people interested in LASIK were turned away because the procedure could not fix astigmatism. Unfortunately, those people may still be under the impression that LASIK cannot provide a lasting solution. However, LASIK… Read More