While we all experience dry eyes from time to time, how do you know when it’s dry eye? Chronic dry eye is usually the result of many different factors. Keep reading for 3 signs that you could have dry eye! Itchy Eyes Whenever your eyes aren’t receiving the moisture that they need, they become inflamed…. Read More
Glaucoma is a nightmare of a disease. Not only is it incurable with no warning signs, but any vision lost from it is permanent. That doesn’t mean you should lose hope! Glaucoma is treatable. When treated, glaucoma can be slowed down to prevent it progressing further. This requires you to have frequent medical exams. Keep… Read More
BOTOX® is one of those things that everyone gets (or thinks about getting) but rarely ever talks about. When thinking about a cosmetic procedure, even the non-invasive kind, it’s important to gather as much information as you can beforehand. With the stigma around cosmetic enhancements, it is common for patients to not reach out. We… Read More
Are your crow’s feet driving you crazy? You think they make you look older than you are, and you feel self-conscious. Back in the old days, you had to get a facelift to remove crow’s feet, but that is no longer the case. Now, you can get a quick Botox treatment and say goodbye to… Read More
Depression can hit people at any age, but it is especially debilitating to the elderly. Depression can lead to a failure to thrive, which can be life-threatening. A new study published by the American Academy of Optometry has discovered why so many elderly people are depressed. The study determined that older people who have cataracts… Read More
Ectropion repair surgery is a cosmetic service that is performed when excess eyelid cartilage needs to be removed due to the lids turning outward. This mostly occurs in the lower eyelids. The procedure is performed to relieve discomfort, redness, and irritation; improve appearance; and prevent eye infections. When the lower lids turn out, there is… Read More
Glaucoma is a thief of eyesight and the leading cause of blindness in the United States. Unfortunately, nearly half the people that have glaucoma don’t know they have it. The symptoms aren’t evident, as the damage to the optic nerve occurs without any indication that it is even happening. The indicator that something is wrong… Read More
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