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Take a Look at These Glands!

Have you ever heard of Meibomian Gland Dysfunction?  Meibomian glands are tiny glands in your upper and lower eyelids, that help make up the oil layers of your tears. These Read More

Merry Christmas... Eve!

To our patients,  We will be closed on Christmas Eve, December 24th to allow our staff to spend time with their families. We will reopen on Monday, December 27th as usual.  Have Read More

Don't Forget to Get the Most Out of your Insurance!

Don’t waste your insurance benefits!  As the year comes to an end you may or may not have already used your insurance benefits. So, keep in mind most insurance benefits reset on January 1st. Make sure you call us Read More

The AdaptDx... Two!

For the last two years our office has been able to efficiently check for the earliest signs of Macular Degeneration with our table top AdaptDx. Last week we received our Read More

What's That Glowing Dot?

Glaucoma is a condition characterized by loss of optic nerve tissue. The optic nerve is the bundle of nerve fibers in the retina, at the back of your eye (glowing Read More

We are Closed on December 10th!

Good Morning!  We will be closed tomorrow, December 10th, for staff training. We will reopen with normal business hours on Monday, December 13th.  Stay safe this weekend! Read More

It's time for Toys for Tots!

Help us with our Christmas mission to collect new unwrapped toys for less fortunate children this year. Stop by our office anytime before December 17th and drop off a new Read More

What is a Nevus?

A nevus is a common, colored growth in the eye. It is often easily spotted, appearing as a freckle in the front of the eye around the iris. Other times, Read More

Nyctalopia? You Mean Night Blindness?

Nyctalopia, most commonly known as night blindness, is when the eye is unable to adapt to low light conditions, such as when driving at night and attempting to read street Read More

What Are Floaters?

Floaters look like spots in your vision.Some floaters can look like cobwebs or strings that appear to dart in and out of vision when you try to look at them Read More

Toys-For-Tots is Here!

It’s that time of year! The holidays are here! We love giving back to our community and are a drop site for Toys for Tots. We will be collecting donations Read More

Transform your Glasses with Chemistrie Clips!

Chemistrie Clips are an ultra-thin pair of high-quality lenses that attach directly to your glasses, utilizing small magnets installed directly into your prescription lenses when your new lenses are being Read More

What is a Trichiasis?

Trichiasis is a common eyelid problem where the eyelashes grow inwards toward the eye. The lashes rub against the cornea, the conjunctiva and the inner surface of the eyelids, causing irritation Read More

It's Not Enough to Just Not Look at the Sun!

Too much exposure to UV light raises your risk of eye disease and other problems. Here are a few of the eyeconditions you can avoid by wearing sunglasses:• Cataracts and Read More

Why Would my Dry Eyes be Watery?

Did you know that watery eyes can actually be a symptom of dry eye? It might sound weird, but here's the reason: when your eyes become dry, they become irritable Read More

The Core of your Vision: The Optic Nerve

Optic neuropathy is a term that refers to damage inflicted on the optic nerve in the eye.  This is the nerve in the back of the eye that transfers visual information Read More

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