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Glasses or Contact Lenses | What is the Best Option for You?

Posted May 24, 2022
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There is no easy answer to which is better: glasses or contacts. Like everything in life, they come with pros and cons. One is not necessarily better than the other, it highly depends on your lifestyle, vision, comfort, and personal preferences.   Glasses are always a great option for individuals who do not have perfect 20/20 Read more…

How Refractive Errors Can Impact Your Vision

Posted April 26, 2022
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When it comes to your vision, refractive errors are possibly the most common eye conditions among children and adults. These types of errors can range anywhere from near and farsightedness, to light sensitivity and overall vision loss. Typically, doctors will prescribe glasses or contacts as a way to fix these problems.  It’s been stated that Read more…

How Can Exercise Positively Impact Your Vision?

Posted March 25, 2022
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How Exercise Impacts Your Vision Maintaining physical activity is the main ingredient to staying fit, happy and healthy. There are ample health benefits associated with staying active, but not many people consider how exercise can aid in vision health. Having a consistent exercise routine is known to prevent a laundry list of bodily diseases, including Read more…

The Correlation Between Diabetes And Eye Health

Posted February 15, 2022
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Did you know there is a correlation between diabetes and eye health? Diabetes is a chronic condition that affects how your body turns food into energy. If you have diabetes, your body either doesn’t make enough insulin or can’t use the insulin it makes as well as it should. Over time, that can cause serious Read more…

5 Signs It’s Time For An Eye Exam

Posted January 18, 2022
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Eyesight is arguably one of the most important and useful gifts of our five senses. Because these organs are so important, it is essential to keep them healthy! Just like any other part of our body, the eyes should be monitored for any abnormalities or inconsistencies. Being vigilant about any changes in your eyesight could Read more…

Should I Get My Eyes Checked If I Have Good Vision?

Posted December 16, 2021
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If you have seemingly perfect vision, there’s no need to visit an optometrist, right? Wrong. The truth is, whether you have 20/20 vision or not, everyone under the age of 60 should have their eyes examined every two years. Not only is this recommended by our doctors, it’s recommended by the American Optometric Association. If Read more…

How to Choose the Right Glasses According to Your Face Shape

Posted November 18, 2021
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How to Choose the Right Glasses According to Your Face Shape Picking out the perfect pair of glasses can be hard. There are so many colors and shapes, it can get overwhelming. It can be helpful to look at your face shape as a guiding force as to which frames to try on and consider.  Read more…

Four Tips to Keep Your Eyes Safe This Halloween

Posted October 20, 2021
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Goblins, witches, and ghouls, oh my! Halloween is just around the corner which means you’re picking out costumes for yourself or your little ones. Follow these tips to make sure your eyes are protected during the spooky festivities! Tip #1: Stay Away From the Waterline of your Eye The waterline – a beauty term – Read more…

Early Detection is Key With Glaucoma

Posted September 26, 2021
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For many of us, the anxiety that precedes our annual eye exam is rooted in one specific aspect of the ordeal: the dreaded air puff test. You know the drill: you sit down on a rolling chair, stretch your neck out to rest your chin on a piece of plastic, focus your eyes on a Read more…

What Causes Eye Strain?

Posted August 31, 2021
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Over the past year and a half, as more activities have moved online due to the pandemic, we’ve all become more aware of the risks posed by too much screen time. Even prior to the pandemic, the average person spent more than seven hours on a computer each day. Too much exposure to the bright Read more…

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