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Sunglasses – A Health Measure for your Vision

Warm weather arrives, the hours of daylight increase, and the inclination is to be outdoors, in the sun. It’s a welcome time of year, but more is needed to enjoy the season. Your primary care doctor, your dermatologist, has asked you to take sun exposure seriously; wear a hat, apply sunblock, and wear light protective… Read More


The Convenience of Mobile Check-In

Introducing a new check-in process to reduce the amount of time you spend in the waiting room.  When you provide us with your email address and a phone number that can receive a text message, you can use our new mobile pre-check process to confirm your appointment and demographic information from the convenience of your… Read More


Should I buy glasses online or visit my optical shop?

The experience of the past year drove many to shop online out of concern for safety. Optical shops experienced this change in behavior as many patients and customers explored the option of ordering online. The lessons learned from those who did help answer the question of what can be gained from purchasing in-person from a… Read More


COVID-19 Virus Symptoms & Preventions

Symptoms Symptoms for the COVID-19 virus are similar to the cold or flu, and may take up to 14 days to appear after exposure. Be vigilant as severe cases may lead to further health complications. Symptoms may include:• Fever• Headache• Runny Nose and Sneezing • Cough & Sore Throat• Difficulty Breathing• Muscle Pain & Weakness… Read More


8 Tips for Better Lighting and Less Eye Strain Light bulb

Light is imperative in order for our eyes to process what we see clearly. Too little light can cause eye strain, just as much as too much light can. Whether you’re at home or in the office, there are a few lighting tips you should keep in mind to make sure your vision stays clear… Read More


Tips for Keeping Your Eyes Healthy This Winter

As the cold weather sets in, the warm clothes come out and we start to layer up. While it’s important to keep warm, it’s just as important to consider your eyes. The dry and cold air can cause irritation, itchiness, burning sensations, and even blurred vision. While wrapping your eyes in warm fabric will keep… Read More


5 Ways to Prevent Makeup from Damaging Your Eyes

According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, eye makeup is a common source of eye infections. The chemicals in many makeup brands can cause irritations in your eyes, such as eye redness, itchiness, bacterial conjunctivitis, and more. If you are allergic to any of the ingredients in the product, additional irritations and infections can occur…. Read More


5 Tips for Maintaining Your Eyeglasses

Finding the right pair of eyeglasses can be a tricky process, whether you do so through your local optical shop, or through an online retailer. The appropriate frame shape, color and lens prescription are all factors in your decision making. Once you find that perfect pair of glasses, it’s important to take proper caution to… Read More


Warning Signs Your Child Has a Vision Problem

Children of all ages can develop vision problems at any point. Proper and frequent eye care is vital to the development of a child. The American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) recommends that children should have regular vision screenings by their pediatricians and early referral to the pediatric ophthalmologist if there are concerns for decreased visual… Read More


Your Vision at Night View through a windshield at night

Driving in the evening or at night may be an everyday activity, but for some, it can be a challenge. As you get older, it’s common for your night vision to decline. The glare of street lights or tail lights, headlights from oncoming cars, and the general darkness of the sky, are all factors that… Read More


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