primary eye care


3 Activities That Are Improved After Cataract Surgery

October 29th, 2021

If you have cataracts, the longer they develop, the more frustrating they can make your life. The longer they are in your lenses, the more they interfere with your eyesight. Eventually, they can cause complete vision loss. But, because cataracts are such a common condition, cataract surgery is the most common medical procedure in the… Read More

Is My Blurry Vision Due To Dry Eye Syndrome?

September 30th, 2021

Dry eye syndrome is a condition that affects millions of people every year. But, most people who have it likely don’t know they have an eye condition. Having dry eyes is very common, especially during certain times of the year. That makes it difficult to differentiate between seasonal or allergy-related dry eyes and dry eye… Read More

How Do I Know If I Have Glaucoma?

August 27th, 2021

Glaucoma is one of the leading causes of blindness in the country. It affects millions of people every year. Even scarier than that is that it has no symptoms until it has already damaged your eyesight. That’s why it’s called the silent thief of sight. It can develop for years before you become aware of… Read More

Should You Get LASIK This Summer?

July 22nd, 2021

Are you interested in no longer needing glasses or contacts? Does saving money and having more freedom in your life sound good? If yes, then LASIK may be for you. LASIK is the most well-known vision correction procedure because of the impressive results it delivers. But when is the best time to get LASIK? The… Read More

4 Tips For Buying Your Next Pair Of Glasses

June 16th, 2021

Ready to buy some new glasses? It isn’t just the style and frames that you should be focusing on, even though there are many to choose from.  Keep reading to learn some helpful tips to keep in mind when deciding on your new pair of glasses. Is Your Prescription Up To Date? If it’s been… Read More

Can You Treat Retinal Detachment?

May 19th, 2021

The retina is one of the essential parts of your eye. It is a thin layer of photosensitive tissue that lines your eye’s interior wall. Millions of light-sensitive cells called rods and cones cover the retina and detect light as it enters your eye. They send that light to the brain in the form of… Read More

Are You Prepared For Sports Eye Safety Month?

April 15th, 2021

The American Academy of Ophthalmology has designated April Sports Eye Safety Month. They have done this to draw attention to the importance of keeping your eyes safe while playing. Sports are an essential part of most cultures and are a fantastic way to get some exercise, have fun, and blow off steam.  But, sports carry… Read More

3 Reasons LASIK Consultations Are Important

March 24th, 2021

If you want great eyesight without glasses or contacts, you have likely heard about LASIK. LASIK is a fantastic way to improve your vision. But, hearing rumors about LASIK shouldn’t be enough to persuade you to go through with it. Speaking with a professional will give you the information you need to decide to get… Read More

Are Cataracts Permanent?

February 22nd, 2021

Did you know that cataracts are the number one cause of blindness worldwide? It estimated that over 17% of Americans alone have cataracts. It is no wonder that people have concerns about losing their vision permanently because of cataracts. The good news is that thanks to cataract surgery, they are pretty simple to treat. Having… Read More

What Age Should I Start Worrying About Glaucoma?

January 21st, 2021

Have you or a loved one found out you have glaucoma? Glaucoma is a severe threat to the wellbeing of your eyesight. The condition damages your optic nerve, causing permanent vision loss. Glaucoma is also a progressive disease. This means that it gets worse and worse over time. The decline in eye health is so… Read More

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