Keratoconus: A Progressive and Sight Threatening Disease

Posted: Jul 06, 2018
Keratoconus

Keratoconus is a condition which affects the cornea (or clear front layer) of the eye. As keratoconus progresses, the cornea begins to bulge into a cone shape causing distorted and blurred vision. Other symptoms of keratoconus include increased light sensitivity and frequent changes in your glasses prescription.

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Protect Your Eyes from the Dangers of UV Exposure

Posted: Jul 03, 2018
UV Exposure Blog

July is UV Safety Month and a great time to increase your awareness on how to protect your eyes. There are three types of UV rays - UVA, UVB and UVC. Similar to your skin, your eyes need protection from these harmful rays in order to stay healthy. There are some simple and effective ways you can protect your eyes this summer, and even all year round, as UV ray danger is not confined to the summer months.

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Cataract Surgery: Improving Vision and Improving Life

Posted: Jun 26, 2018
Woman

Cataract surgery can not only allow you to live your best life, but it has been proven to actually help you live longer.

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What's the Deal With $299 LASIK

Posted: Jun 18, 2018
lasik

LASIK is an investment into your eyes, and your future. The decision to have LASIK is an easy choice, but where to have LASIK might not be. Consider your last major purchase, maybe it was a new home, computer, smartphone or new car. When considering these major purchases you want a more effective product. Quality is worth the investment, and vision correction is no exception.

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Safety First - Four Firework Safety Tips to Save Your Eyes

Posted: Jun 08, 2018
Sparkler

June is Fireworks Safety Month and it’s also the busiest time of year for firework-related injuries. All types of fireworks are dangerous, even seemingly harmless sparklers. Sparklers can reach 3000°f and were responsible for 900 emergency room visits in 2016, according to the fireworks annual report.

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