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New Eye Exam Technology

New Eye Exam Technology

All of medicine and healthcare is becoming increasingly technologically advanced, and eye care is on the leading edge of this progress. During your eye examination with us, we will use powerful technology to give us more knowledge about your eye health, screen for...

Can Smoking Affect Your Eyes?

Can Smoking Affect Your Eyes?

Smoking has a variety of adverse effects on the body and the eyes are no exception. It is often a risk factor for developing several diseases or exacerbates existing conditions. Here are some of the interactions that smoking has with the health of your eyes....

Do You Have Color Blindness?

Do You Have Color Blindness?

One test that is often performed during the preliminary part of an eye examination is color vision assessment. This often is done by asking a patient to distinguish a number from a background of colored dots. Color vision deficits are usually acquired genetically and...

3 Ways Your Cornea Can Be Damaged

3 Ways Your Cornea Can Be Damaged

The clear part of the eye in front of the colored part (the iris) is called the cornea. It is an amazing tissue, given the fact that it is one of the most highly sensitive and quickest healing parts of the body while simultaneously having to be free of blood vessels...

Bifocals, Progressives, and Reading Glasses

Bifocals, Progressives, and Reading Glasses

There are a wide range of different lenses available for your glasses in the optical world. It can be confusing to decide what type of lenses to get. For some patients a different prescription is needed for viewing distant and near objects. The prescription needed for...

Uveitis: The Causes and Treatments

Uveitis: The Causes and Treatments

Have you ever visited the optometrist for light sensitive, sore eyes? They may have diagnosed you with something called uveitis (also known as iritis), prescribed you several medications to combat it, and possibly ordered or performed some extra tests to find the...

How Does the Eye Work?

How Does the Eye Work?

You may have wondered how your eyes actually allow you to see. There are many parts in the eyes and brain responsible for this, and each one has a unique role. Some are directly used for seeing, some are for support, and others are for protection of the other...

Why Do My Eyes Water?

Why Do My Eyes Water?

Watery or runny eyes can be caused by several conditions, such as allergies, inflammation, or injuries.  But the most common cause of watery eyes is surprising – dry eye disease.  Meibomian gland dysfunction can lead to dry eyes and common symptoms like burning or...

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