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Our New Topographer has Arrived!

What is corneal topography and what are the advantages? A computer assisted diagnostic tool that creates a three-dimensional map of the surface curvature of the cornea. It produces a detailed, visual Read More

What is Accommodative Insufficiency?

Accommodative Dysfunction is a low ability or inability for the eye to properly switch focus to close objects. While the symptoms are similar to presbyopia, which is a loss of Read More

How Have We Acted to Prevent the Spread of COVID-19?

The most frequently asked question these days, “what precautions is your office taking to prevent the spread of COVID-19?” We ask that each patient, along with employees wears a mask while Read More

Presenting the OptiPlus+ Anti-Fog Wipes!

We just added a new product to our inventory! Here’s a little information about these amazing wipes! A convenient single towelette application that's a combination lens cleaner and anti-fog treatment all Read More

What Are the Eye's Angles?

You may have heard your eye doctor talk about the angles of your eye before a dilation or in relation to glaucoma. What are these angles?   The angle they are Read More

Stay Cool, Everyone!

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Children's Eye Health and Safety Month!

August is Children’s Eye Health and Safety month! Have you scheduled an annual exam for your child yet? Read More

What are Gas Permeable Lenses?

What are Gas Permeable Lenses? The name of this type of lenses gives two clues as to its defining features. Firstly, these lenses are more rigid than other types of contact Read More

How are your eyes compared to an Animal?

Have you wondered what your vision is like compared compared to a dog? A cat? What about an eagle? Compared to a normal human eye with 20/20 vision, a dog Read More

Happy Tuesday!

At least it's not Monday! Read More

What is Pachymetry?

Pachymetry is a method of measuring the thickness of your cornea, the layer of the eye that covers your pupil, iris, and anterior chamber. There are a few different methods Read More

Cataracts Can Form in Children, Too!

Did you know children can have cataracts as well? Though rare, they can form due to a variety of reasons, and not necessarily in the same way that an adult Read More

How common is digital eye strain?

Many adults and children experience eye discomfort and vision problems from prolonged computer, tablet, e-reader, and cellphone use. About 83% of American adults use digital devices more than two hours Read More

The More You Know!

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Did you know blue eyes aren't actually blue?

Your iris, the colored part of your eye, is made up of muscles and cells divided into two distinct layers: the pigment epithelium (the back layer) and the stroma (the Read More

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