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Who is Most Likely to Suffer From Dry Eye?

Rubbing at your eyes won't make the dry, itchy sensation go away; dry eye syndrome may be causing significant eye irritation. Here are some treatment options you should consider.

May 23rd, 2019
Am I A Good Candidate For Scleral Lenses?

For years those who suffered from certain eye conditions or who found it too difficult and uncomfortable to wear contact lenses had no other option but glasses. With scleral lenses, many patients have found a comfortable way to wear contacts.

Mar 1st, 2019
How Do I Know if I am Suffering From an Eye Emergency?

Don’t treat yourself if you experience a severe eye injury or persistent symptoms suggesting an underlying condition. Pain, light sensitivity, pupil size shifts, shadows, double images, and flashes of light all signal a more serious issue.

Jan 9th, 2019
10 Tips for Combating Computer Vision Syndrome

Do your eyes get blurry when you look at your cellphone? Are you constantly straining to see your computer at work? Do you have dry eyes or a sore neck? You may have computer vision syndrome. Keep reading to learn some tips for combating it.

Nov 14th, 2018
How to Prevent Eye Infections from Contact Lenses

One million Americans are treated for eye infections every year, and you may be surprised to learn that contact lenses are the most common culprit. Luckily, there are a few steps you can take to prevent these common eye infections.

Oct 16th, 2018
Got 20/20 Vision? Why You Still Need a Comprehensive Eye Exam

Comprehensive eye exams aren’t just about your vision. These tests, performed by optometrist Dr. Jacob West, can reveal important clues about other diseases and conditions in your body. Regular eye exams are part of your overall health monitoring.

Aug 27th, 2018