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Are blue-light glasses worth it? May 14th, 2021

You have probably heard that staring too long on the digital screen can damage your eyes. But do you really know why? It is because of blue light emitting from those screens. Blue light is a form of visible light that has a short wavelength and high energy. When you...

All Fish Oil is NOT the same! Mar 30th, 2021

All Fish Oil is NOT the same!   We recommend PRN Physician Recommended Nutriceuticals. Our patients have experienced dry eye relief, improved macula support against and even systemic effects such as improved lipid profiles.   It was founded on the idea that a superior nutriceutical product line, endorsed by leading...

Myopia Control Mar 30th, 2021

CRT can allow your nearsighted child to leave home and view all the fine details of the world with no eyeglasses or contacts. And best of all, CRT lenses reduce the rapid increase in myopia.Before bedtime, your child will insert the CRT lenses, which are specialized, gas permeable lenses. While...

Contact Lens Health Week is August 17-21, 2020. Aug 19th, 2020

    Although there's no evidence to date that contact lens wearers are more at risk for contracting COVID-19 than eyeglass wearers, the pandemic is on the minds of patients. Perhaps because of warnings about touching their faces (mouth,nose,eyes) there has been misinformation out there that wearers should avoid their...

LASIK - Why It's Right For YOU! May 28th, 2020

LASIK is the most frequently performed elective surgery in North America! This highly effective outpatient procedure is often referred to as refractive surgery or laser vision correction, and it’s designed to relieve you of your full time dependence on glasses and contacts. LASIK eye surgery is used to correct the...

Contact Lenses For Everyone! May 27th, 2020

  Do you love everything about your contact lenses? Are they as comfortable at the end of the day as they are when you first put them on your eyes in the morning? Are your eyes always bright, winter-white? It’s OK to be honest—especially with your eye doctor. Discomfort, red...