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What Is Diabetic Retinopathy?

November is Diabetic Eye Disease Awareness Month. This exists because diabetic eye diseases affect a large number of people with diabetes. Diabetic retinopathy is an eye condition that affects the retina of your eye. Your retina makes up the lining of the back of each of your eyes. It handles sensing light and communicating with your […]

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Should I Think About Buying New Glasses This Fall?

Fall is one of the best times of the year. It’s the beginning of the holiday season. This means fun activities abound surrounding Halloween. Think bonfires, tailgating, and football season, plus don’t forget about the World Series! There are also trips to apple orchards and pumpkin patches to make your home festive. There is something […]

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The 3 Most Common Signs Of Cataracts

Cataracts can impair your vision and even cause vision loss. They can make it difficult to drive at night or read up close. If the vision loss becomes too severe you may want to consider cataract surgery. Keep reading for the 3 most common signs and symptoms of cataracts! 1. Blurred Vision The most common symptom […]

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3 Symptoms That May Mean It’s Time For Cataract Surgery

Blurred vision? Seeing double? Having trouble seeing at night? You might have cataracts. Cataracts can cause you to lose vision in one or both eyes. They can make your vision blurry. They can even make you see double! Having a cataract can also make it much harder to see at night, which can be troubling […]

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Is Surgery The Best Way To Treat Glaucoma?

Glaucoma can be a painful eye condition. It can also lead to permanent vision loss. There are three main kinds of glaucoma procedures that come with their own kinds of side effects. These side effects can include cornea problems and cataracts. There are three main kinds of glaucoma procedures. These include trabeculectomy, glaucoma implant surgery, […]

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Will SLT Work To Treat My Glaucoma?

If you were recently diagnosed with glaucoma, you may be nervous. Glaucoma is a serious eye condition that has no cure. But, there are treatment options available for saving any remaining vision in patients. How you choose to treat your glaucoma depends on the extent of the damage that’s already occurred. Detecting glaucoma can be […]

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August is Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month

Staying up to date on your eye health is important no matter what age you may be. This month we’d like to share some information on something that is too often overlooked: children’s eye health. Being young, children are often expected to be more durable and have fewer health problems than adults. They can face many […]

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How Often Do I need to Buy New Glasses?

Our vision is a dynamic part of our lives, meaning it can change over time. These changes can happen quickly or gradually. They can be due to various factors like injury, surgery, or hormonal changes. If you wear glasses to help with poor eyesight, you are not immune to these changes. You can expect your […]

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Improve Your Tennis Game with Cataract Surgery

Cataracts affect everyone. They are an inevitable part of aging. This has led to them being the most common cause of blindness in the world. They affect over 24 million people in the U.S. alone, a number that is expected to double by 2050. But there is some very good news about all this. As […]

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Will Glaucoma Eye Drops Lower My Eye Pressure?

When it comes to eye diseases, glaucoma is one of the most frightening. Not only does the disease cause vision loss that is permanent, but it is also very hard to detect. Glaucoma has almost no noticeable symptoms besides vision loss. The disease is also incurable, although you can stop it from progressing. The most […]

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