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Keep up-to-date on the latest vision-related news and eye care events in our Practice.

Preventing Common Eye Injuries in Sports with Safety Glasses

As the weather heats up and you take your activities outdoors, it's crucial to safeguard your vision against UV rays and potential impacts from sports-related accidents. Read our blog on top tips on preventing eye injuries during sports.

Safe Swimming Practices for Contact Lens Wearers

Swimming with contact lenses can cause serious eye infections and discomfort. This blog discusses minimizing these risks with waterproof swim goggles, daily disposable contacts, and other methods.

My Prescription After Cataract Surgery

Depending on your goals at the time of your cataract surgery, the implant may have corrected some, or all of vision prescription. Over time, you may still need glasses for driving, watching television, reading or for computer work. Here are your options to assist you with making sure you continue...

Improve Presbyopia Without Glasses or Contacts

Can new eye drops reduce or eliminate the need for glasses and contacts lenses? Yes! Beginning early next year some people who suffer from a condition known as presbyopia will be able to put the eyeglasses and/or contact lenses away for an extended period of time. Presbyopia is a condition...

25 Questions

Are there contact lenses for dry-eye patients? There are a number of options – not just contact lenses but a number of treatments that can improve a dry-eyed person’s ability to wear contact lenses. They need a more hydrated lens, which makes daily disposable lenses an excellent option. Any surface...

BASEMENT MEMBRANE DYSTROPHY (EBMD)

What is it? It is an Irregularity of the front layer of corneal cells. This corneal dystrophy can lead to dryness and other symptoms or complications. In severe cases, losses of vision, infection or painful recurrent abrasions can occur. Who Does it Affect? Often an inherited condition in men and...