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Glaucoma Treatment

Glaucoma is a very common eye condition and has the potential to lead to blindness if it is not treated as needed. While the condition cannot be cured, the treatment Read More

Are Color Contact Lenses Right For You?

Today, contact lenses are not only worn for correcting vision, instead but some contact lenses are also worn for fashion. Colored contact lenses are popular and come in a wide Read More

Factors in Determining Lens Glasses Thickness

Glasses historically had very thick lenses, but over time, the average thickness of the lens glasses has been significantly reduced. There are multiple factors which contribute to the thickness of Read More

What is Blepharitis and How is it Treated?

Blepharitis, or the inflammation of the eyelids, is a common condition that can be associated with dry eyes, irritated eyelids, and intermittent blurred vision. This condition can be a result Read More

Cool Tests Your Eye Doctor May Perform

Routine eye tests are an important yearly aspect of maintaining good eye health. However, in addition to a routine eye examination, more specialized tests may be performed to gain additional Read More

Can Surgery Fix Strabismus or an Eye Turn?

An eye turn, also called strabismus, occurs when one of the eyes turns in or out either all of the time or some of the time. This condition can affect Read More

Can Glasses Help with Nighttime Driving?

A very common complaint is difficulty with nighttime driving due to glare, decreased contrast, and distortion associated with lights. This can make driving at night a scary endeavor, and it Read More

4 Things to Know About Horner’s Syndrome

Horner’s syndrome is a neurological condition that affects the nerves that control the size of the pupil in the eye. In addition to pupil size, these nerve fibers can control Read More

Glasses and Frames: What Options are Available?

When ordering new glasses, choosing a new frame is one of the most important and exciting parts of the process. While lenses determine how well you will see, the frame is Read More

How is an Orbital Fracture Treated?

An orbital fracture also called an orbital blowout fracture, is when one or more of the bones of the eye socket are broken. This is usually due to trauma to Read More

What Eye Drops are Used to Treat Glaucoma?

Glaucoma is a common progressive eye disease. Currently, the first line treatment is to use one or more eye drops to help lower the pressure inside of the eye. These eye Read More

How to Handle a Bacteria Eye Infection

There are millions of different bacteria in the world, however most eye infections are caused by the same few bacteria. These bacteria are particularly likely to infect the eyes because Read More

How Can an Eye Doctor Take Pictures of the Back of Your Eye (Retina)?

When getting an eye exam, you may have an option to have a picture of the back of your eye taken for the doctor to review. These pictures are taken Read More

Are there Contacts for Astigmatism?

Having astigmatism means that your eyes do not focus light in one spot, instead the light is focused in two different places. Previously, only glasses could correct astigmatism. Now there Read More

What Causes Eyelashes to Turn Inward (Trichiasis)?

When eyelashes are positioned correctly, the eyelashes will never touch the front of the eye. However, in some cases, the eyelashes will turn inwards and touch to front of the Read More

Can You Get a Stroke in Your Eyes?

In the back of the eyes, in the retina, there are many blood vessels which supply oxygen and nutrients to the eyes. If these blood vessels become obstructed or blocked, Read More

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