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What Can You Really See?

The human eye can see a lot, more so than you might initially think. An average human eye can see in the visible eye spectrum, but patients with aphakia, who Read More

Glasses Fogging Up? No Problem.

If you wear glasses, you may be experiencing some annoyance with your glasses fogging up while wearing your mask.  WE HAVE THE SOLUTION…. The Optiplus Anti Fog Wipes are back in Read More

Why Do Onions Make Us Cry?

Ever cut an onion and started tearing up? Most people do! It turns out that when you cut an onion, it releases a gas called Propanethiol S-oxide. When mixed with Read More

Interested in Meteor Showers?

The Geminids, which peak during mid-December each year, are considered to be one of the best and most reliable annual meteor showers. The Geminids did not start out that way. Read More

What is a Corneal Ulcer?

A corneal ulcer is a lesion or sore on the cornea, which is the clear dome that covers the pigmented part of your eye (iris). In most cases, corneal ulcers Read More

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Have you ever wondered about eyeglasses from the past?

Eyeglasses are believed to have originated in Italy around 1300. The earliest glasses worked as a magnifying glass to aid with reading text. This could be used to correct hyperopia Read More

Are lighter colored eyes more sensitive than darker colored eyes?

People who inherit a lighter eye color such as green or blue may find themselves with a heightened sensitivity to bright lights and UV rays. The term for light sensitivity Read More

November is Diabetes Awareness Month!

Diabetic eye disease, a leading cause of blindness, often has no early warning signs. Early detection, timely treatment, and appropriate follow up care are the only ways to prevent vision Read More

Take Steps to Protect Your Vision from Diabetes!

To prevent eye damage from Diabetes, maintain good control of your blood sugar levels. Your blood sugar levels can change quickly and can affect the shape of your eye's lens, Read More

November is Diabetic Eye Disease Month.

Diabetes is a disease that affects the body's ability to produce insulin effectively to control blood sugar (glucose) levels.  Diabetic Eye Disease is a term for several eye problems that Read More

Glasses Feeling a Little Loose?

Adjusting glasses correctly is hard, so come in and see us and we’ll help you out! Read More

The Holidays are Upon Us!

Do you have a favorite recipe you make every year? If you are looking for one, try this simple pumpkin pie recipe! We added homemade whip as a bonus (and Read More

What is the Optomap?

Optomap is an ultra-widefield retinal image, that can capture 82% of the retina in a single capture. Imaging like this helps your doctor detect diseases such as macular degeneration, diabetes, glaucoma Read More

Did you know smoking directly affects your eye health?

It has been known for a long time that smoking can lead to lung cancer and heart disease, however, what many do not know is that it can also lead Read More

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