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Contact Lenses vs. Glasses: Which Is Right for Me?

When it comes to vision correction, many people face the dilemma of deciding between contact lenses vs. glasses. Both options offer unique advantages and considerations. However, choosing the right option can be a personal choice.  It’s mostly based on your individual preferences, lifestyle, and visual needs. Understanding the differences between contact lenses and glasses can help… Read More »


What Are the Most Common Causes of Blurry Vision?

Blurry vision is a common eye symptom that can occur for various reasons. Common causes of blurry vision can range from minor issues like dry eyes to more serious conditions like cataracts or glaucoma. Understanding the most common causes of blurry vision can help you maintain optimal eye health and address any underlying issues immediately. Most Common… Read More »



How Orbital Reconstruction Can Help Post-Trauma

Eye trauma affects many individuals who are unaware that avoiding an examination or surgery can cost them their eyesight. Therefore, orbital reconstruction can be an important choice for restoring both the function and appearance of the eye socket and surrounding area following a recent traumatic experience. What Are Some Benefits of Orbital Reconstruction? Orbital reconstruction is an… Read More »


What Is the Difference Between Bladeless LASIK and Regular LASIK?

Both bladeless LASIK and regular LASIK are procedures to help correct your vision by making permanent changes to your cornea. However, the two procedures differ in how our eye surgeon approaches making that correction and what tools we use. Understanding the differences between the two can help guide your decision on which one is best suited for… Read More »


Treating Astigmatism With Toric Intraocular Lens

A toric intraocular lens is a specially designed lens that is custom-fitted to correct your astigmatism to deliver sharper, better-focused vision without additional corrective eyeglasses or contact lenses. These lenses are implanted during cataract surgery where your natural lens is replaced. What Is Astigmatism? If your eye’s cornea or lens has a naturally irregular shape, light will… Read More »


Reconstructive Oculoplastic Treatments for Eyelid Malposition

Eyelid malposition can negatively affect your vision. Thankfully, reconstructive oculoplastic treatments are available to help. If you are experiencing vision problems due to the position of your eyelids, here is what you should know. What Do Reconstructive Oculoplastic Treatments Correct? Various causes of eye malposition are addressed through reconstructive oculoplastic treatments. The most common include: Eyelid retractions:… Read More »


Types and Causes of Macular Degeneration

Macular degeneration is an eye disease that causes the loss of central vision, making activities like reading, driving, and recognizing faces extremely challenging. If distorted sight or dark, blurry areas in your focal viewpoint are compromising your independence and quality of life, understand you are not alone. Nearly 20 million Americans have some form of macular degeneration. Learning… Read More »


Why You Need To Schedule an Annual Comprehensive Eye Exam

When it comes to protecting your vision, scheduling a comprehensive eye exam should be at the top of your list of things to do this month. Your vision is one of the most important resources you have, impacting every part of your life. Yet, for many people, there are risks to vision and eye health overall that… Read More »


January Is Glaucoma Awareness Month: Protect Your Vision

Did you know that around 3 million people in the U.S. have glaucoma? With January being Glaucoma Awareness Month, this is a good time to learn more about this eye disease. Glaucoma is a leading cause of permanent vision loss. But finding it early and managing it can help prevent this from happening. How do you know if you… Read More »


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