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  • Stay Safe, Everyone!
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  • Floaters, A.K.A. Vitreous Detachments
    Floaters, or black spots, in your vision is not exactly a rare sight. As you age, usually over the age of 50, it actually becomes more likely. It is typically Read more
  • Sunburned Eyes? It's Real!
    While most of us are staying at home, and summer quickly approaching, going outside is one of the small luxuries we're able to enjoy. If you're going to take a dip in Read more
  • Children and Sunglasses
    Too much sun can significantly increase a person's risk of cataracts, macular degeneration and other eye problems later in life.  The best way to protect a person's eyes from this Read more
  • April is Eyewear Safety Month!
    The Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor statistics reports that 1,000 eye injuries occur daily in the workplace. Prevent Blindness America estimates 125,000 eye injuries happen in the home every Read more
  • Thank You from us at Eye Care Center of Ocala
    In these trying times, taking care of those in need isn't just their choice, it's their job. We at Eye Care Center of Ocala want to thank the brave nurses, Read more
  • How Does Light Enter Your Eye?
    Have you ever been curious about how your eye works? Well here is a simple breakdown of how all the different parts of your eyes work together to help you Read more
  • We Wish You Good Health!
    The team here at Eye Care Center of Ocala wish you all good health and safety in this trying time. Practice sanitary habits and stay safe! Read more
  • Don't Sleep with your Contacts In!
    Did you know that when you leave your contacts in overnight, this blocks oxygen from reaching your cornea? This can cause an overgrowth of blood vessels into the cornea which Read more
  • Important Notice Regarding Our Response to COVID-19
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  • How Common is Antiglare?
    Antiglare isn't as common as you'd think in the United States, in spite of its benefits. Taking the time to research and understand the uses of antiglare, either on your Read more
  • Considered Antiglare Yet?
    Antiglare is something you may have noticed in other people's glasses, or more likely, with proper antiglare, you may not have noticed at all! But antiglare is not just a Read more
  • What Are Signs of Diabetic Retinopathy?
    People with diabetes can have an eye disease called diabetic retinopathy. This is when high blood sugar levels cause damage to blood vessels in the retina. These blood vessels can Read more
  • Cleaning Your Contact Lens Cases
    Don't let your case end up like the one on the right! Bacteria, dirt, and debris can build up in your contact lens case, even if you replace your solution Read more
  • Dry vs Wet Macular Degeneration
    In the United States, an estimated 11 million Americans have some form of AMD. This disease erodes central vision, complicating day-to-day activities such as reading, driving and identifying faces. AMD has Read more
  • Subclinical AMD
    Age-Related Macular Degeneration is marked by the deterioration of your macula, the part of your retina most closely associated with your central vision.Though the causes are still being researched, the Read more

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