Monthly Archives: December 2018

Experiencing These Symptoms? You Might Need Glasses.

Millions of Americans need some kind of vision correction. Are glasses the right option for you? While issues with your vision may get in the way of work or your favorite recreational activities, you’re not alone. According to research from Reuters, half of all Americans have some kind of issue with their eyesight. From problems… Read More

What Patients Should Know about Clear Lens Exchange

Clear Lens Exchange can help patients who aren’t candidates for LASIK or PRK improve their vision and live fuller, richer lives. If you’re struggling with your vision, finding the right treatment for your needs and lifestyle is important. Between glasses, contact lenses, and corrective procedures, you and your eye care specialist have plenty of options… Read More

Keep Your Eyes Healthy and Hydrated During the Winter Months

Cooler weather and drier indoor conditions call for special care to protect your eyes this winter. According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, 3.2 million women and 1.7 million men over the age of 50 are affected by dry eye syndrome. While this condition can get worse as you age, patients who don’t protect their… Read More

For Patients With Diabetes, Regular Eye Exams Could Save Your Sight

Eye checkups and blood sugar maintenance can help patients avoid long-term issues. Whether you’ve been living with diabetes for decades or you’re learning how a new diagnosis will affect your daily life, a combination of managing your blood sugar levels and keeping your ophthalmology appointments could make all the difference in preventing diabetes-related vision damage… Read More