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Retina and Apple Retina

Apple is now featuring “Retina Display”. Improved, amazing resolution for I-pads, Mac Computers and I-phones. Interesting that Apple chose the word “Retina” to describe its resolution revolution. Apple’s advanced resolution technology Read More

How is an Eye Abrasion Treated?

A scratch, also known as an eye abrasion, on the surface of the eye can be a painful and concerning injury. Not only does it cause discomfort, but it can Read More

Adjusting To Your New Glasses Prescription

Getting a new pair of prescription glasses can be an exciting and transformative experience. However, sometimes there can be a period of adjustment where you may encounter issues with your Read More

Causes and Treatments of Recurrent Corneal Erosions

Recurrent corneal erosion is a painful eye condition often associated with a previous injury or an underlying corneal dystrophy. When the cornea experiences a scratch or an abrasion, the healing Read More

4 Things to Know About Solar Retinopathy

For years, we’ve been warned about the dangers of staring directly at the sun. This cautionary advice is rooted in the potential harm it can inflict on our eyes, particularly Read More

Different Options for Eyeglasses Materials

When it comes to eyeglasses, the lens material plays a crucial role in providing optimal vision and comfort. From polycarbonate and CR 39 to Trivex and high-index plastic, the range Read More

5 Things to Know About an Infant Eye Exam

It is recommended that all children have an eye exam before turning one. This initial eye exam is crucial as it has the potential to detect various significant eye problems Read More

Daily Disposable Contacts vs. Monthly Contact Lenses

When it comes to contact lenses, daily disposables are often hailed as the superior option for many reasons. However, one common concern that often arises is the cost associated with Read More

7 Things To Know About Low Vision Specialty Care

Low vision is a challenging condition that affects individuals who have severely reduced vision due to various eye conditions or diseases. Optometrists who specialize in low vision care focus on Read More

5 Things to Know About Contact Lens-Associated Red Eye (CLARE)

Anyone who wears contact lenses can develop contact lens-associated red eye (CLARE). This condition is a general term for inflammation and irritation that typically results from overwear or contact lens Read More

Skin Tags on Your Eyelid

Skin tags are a common annoyance in various parts of the body, including the eyelids. A skin tag on the eyelid can cause discomfort and may require removal. It is Read More

Overcoming Dry Eye Syndrome with Artificial Tears

Have you ever felt like your eyes were dry, irritated, and itchy? If so, you may have experienced dry eye syndrome. Dry eye syndrome is a common condition that affects Read More

High Blood Pressure And Its Effects to the Eyes

High blood pressure, or hypertension, is a prevalent condition that affects many people in the United States. Blood pressure readings greater than 130/80mmHg warrant a diagnosis of hypertension, which can Read More

How are Eyelid Bumps Treated?

If you’ve noticed an eyelid bump, it’s essential to have it checked by an optometrist. This is because various conditions could cause eyelid bumps, and your doctor is in the Read More

3 Things To Know If You Need An Eye Examination

Many people will go years without having a comprehensive eye examination and will wonder when or why they should have an eye examination. Understanding the early signs and symptoms of Read More

5 Things To Know About Astigmatism

Astigmatism is a refractive condition that causes blurred or distorted vision. Astigmatism is more common than either nearsightedness or farsightedness. It is, however, common to have both astigmatism and either nearsightedness Read More

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