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Don;t Let Your Insurance Benefits Slip Away!

The end of the year always comes fast! Don't forget to schedule your eye exam before the end of the year so you can utilize your insurance benefits. Read More

Ever wondered what an Optical illusion is and how they work?

Optical illusions are images or pictures that we perceive differently than what they really are.  Optical illusions happen when our brain and eyes try to speak to each other in simple Read More

What is a Bandage Contact Lens?

A bandage lens is a contact lens that is designed to protect an injury on the cornea. This bandage creates a barrier between the cornea and the eyelid, so the Read More

Check out Our Online Catalogue!

It’s Time to shop! In the comfort of your own home!  Shop in your Vehicle while on your lunch break,  Shop using your phone, computer, tablet or laptop!   You can Read More

September is Paraoptometric Appreciation Month!

September is Paraoptometric appreciation month! We just wanted to take a moment and thank all of our technicians for all the hard work they do for our patients. We couldn't Read More

What is "Photic Sneezing"?

Have you ever heard about "sun sneezing?"  Well, it is said that people sneeze when they exit a dark area and enter a bright area, such as outside with the Read More

What is Retinoblastoma?

Retinoblastoma, also formally know as RB, is a rare type of cancer that affects the retina. The retina is the light sensitive lining in the back of the eye that Read More

What is Glaucoma?

Glaucoma is a disease that affects the optic nerve in the back of the eye. If left untreated, glaucoma can cause permanent vision loss, due to pressure build up in Read More

What is Myopia?

Myopia Is when your eyeball is too long from front to back. It can also develop when the cornea, the clear window at the front of the eye, is curved Read More

Are you Diabetic? Take a Look!

Diabetic retinopathy is an eye condition that can cause vision loss and blindness in people who have diabetes. It affects blood vessels in the retina (the light-sensitive layer of tissue Read More

What do sharks have to do with the human eye?

You might be surprised to learn that a shark's eye structure is very similar to that of a humans eye, with a cornea, lens, retina, pupil and iris. In fact, Read More

Natural Supervision, Just Not for Humans!

Animals don't just see differently from us, their photoreceptors are fundamentally different!  In the human eye, photoreceptors in the retina react to light and interpret it. Specifically, the three types of Read More

Don't Sleep with Mascara On!

Did you know that improper removal of mascara can lead to serious eye conditions?  Most people know you should remove your makeup before bed, but occasional slip-ups do occur. It can Read More

What are MiSight Contact Lenses?

MiSight contact lenses are daily disposable soft contact lenses designed to slow myopia progression in children.  What does this mean? With these new lenses it could prevent a child that has Read More

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