Category Archives: Blog Post

  • man with a stye

    Have Styes? Here’s Why They Come Back (and What You Can Do About It)

    A stye (sometimes spelled sty) is an uncomfortable swelling right along your eyelid. This swelling, which might look like a pimple, forms when oil glands become blocked and inflamed.  Styes usually go away on their own. But, if you’re struggling with styes that keep coming back or discomfort that doesn’t seem to be going away, there are a…

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  • optometric technician

    What Is an Optometric Technician?

    Optometric technicians (OTs) are skilled eye care professionals that assist an optometrist, otherwise known as an eye doctor. If you’re interested in a medical career but would prefer not to spend an extensive amount of time and money on medical school, becoming an ophthalmic technician is a rewarding career with training opportunities open to anyone with…

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  • Symptoms of Pink Eye

    Eye Emergencies (Pink or Red Eyes)

    Red, Pink, or Sore Eyes? We are ready to look after ALL of your eye care needs in one location. In addition to the services you already rely on us for such as routine eye exams, contact lenses. designer frames and eyeglasses – think of your Optometrist first for: sore, red, or itchy eyestreatment of…

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  • Do Contacts Lenses Hurt?

    This question can be answered simply: no contact lenses should not hurt. If they do, you should talk to your eye doctor as soon as possible. Contacts may feel a little uncomfortable as your eyes adjust, particularly when you first get them, but they should never hurt. This feeling of discomfort should go away relatively…

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  • How Often Should My Child Get Their Eyes Checked?

    The frequency with which children should get their eyes checked is much different than what is recommended for an adult. Because children’s eyes grow rapidly in the first three years of life, eye exams during this time are crucial to make sure the eyes are developing the way they should. Children should get their eyes…

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  • Advanced AMD Testing

    Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is the leading cause of vision loss for adults in the U.S. With 1 in 3 patients at high risk for developing AMD, our eye doctors have started using the most advanced technology available to screen for key risk factors. Our MPOD technology helps us measure your macular pigment to assess…

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  • Is it OK to Stare at the Sun During the Eclipse?

    What Happens During the Eclipse? 1979: the year of the walkman, Michael Jackson’s Off the Wall album, and the first female prime minister was elected in the UK. More notably, 1979 was also the last total solar eclipse visible by the contiguous United States. So maybe not a once in a lifetime opportunity (I still…

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  • colorblind

    Innovations in Color Blindness

    Color Blindness Breakthrough Technologies There have been a lot of videos going viral lately of color blind people “seeing color” for the first time using specialized glasses. The emotional reactions of amazement, shock and joy even lead some to break down into tears. The glasses provide these individuals a way to view the world in vibrant,…

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  • burning eyes

    Do You Wake Up With Burning Eyes?

    Waking up in the morning is hard enough, but for those who wake up with burning eyes, it is even worse! Your eyes will be itchy, bloodshot, swollen, and of course, burning. This terrible morning sensation can be caused by dry eye syndrome, an allergic reaction, blepharitis, pink eye, or even a foreign substance inside the…

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  • Infantsee


    Children’s Visual Development The first year of a child’s life is crucial for the development of their vision. You should monitor their visual changes throughout this first year to ensure healthy eyes and that their vision is developing normally. BIRTH TO 4 MONTHS At birth, primary focus is on objects 8-10 inches away (usually a…

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