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Office Changes & Telemedicine

With the current state of health in our area, our state, and in our nation, South Georgia | North Florida Eye Partners is now rescheduling routine office appointments and will only see urgent and emergent patients until further notice. As of March 23, our Valdosta and Tifton offices remain open for emergent and urgent cases on a reduced basis.  All …

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COVID-19 Precautions

South Georgia | North Florida Eye Partners takes COVID-19 very seriously. Following are the precautions we have put in place to continue limited operations while protecting the health of our patients and staff.  * We are pre-screening all patients regarding COVID-19 symptoms including but not limited to cough and fever along with questions regarding international travel in the previous 30 …

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PanOptix®: Distance and Details

Many patients come to our office with concerns of blurry or cloudy vision that result in a diagnosis of cataracts.  During cataract surgery, one of our ophthalmologists will insert a special lens implant into your eye, replacing your natural lens which has grown cloudy. When it comes to surgical options, South Georgia / North Florida Eye Partners offers patients several …

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Coronavirus: How We’re Taking Precautions

The safety of our patients and staff is always important to South Georgia | North Florida Eye Partners; therefore, in light of the issues surrounding COVID-19, commonly referred to as Coronavirus, we wanted to take a few minutes to let our patients know about the precautionary steps we are taking.  * Our leadership team pro-actively developed a plan to deal …

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Benefits of Optomap®

What is optomap®? Simply put, an optomap ultra-widefield retinal image is a unique technology that captures more than 80% of your retina in one panoramic photo which can help with early detection of everything from vision impairment to life-threatening diseases. The unique optomap view helps your eye care practitioner detect early signs of retinal disease more effectively and efficiently than …

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Reduce Digital Eye Strain

How much time do you or your kids spend in front of a digital screen? We ask this because recent studies* show 60% of people are in front of a digital device for at least 6 hours a day. Interesting enough, blue light isn’t only produced by digital devices – the sun produces blue light, too! Our bodies actually use …

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Astigmatism? Consider RGP Lenses

Did you know that 1/3 of the population has some form of astigmatism? People with astigmatism have oval-shaped corneas instead of round. This causes light to reflect differently in front of or behind the cornea, which results in blurry vision. The good news is that astigmatism can be improved with corrective eyewear! South Georgia/North Florida Eye Partners offers a premium …

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First Responder LASIK Special

Attention First Responders! $400* Off LASIK  Firefighters, EMTs/Paramedics, and Law Enforcement are all eligible to receive $400* off LASIK through December 2020. This First Responder special is part of our Focus 2020 campaign when we are highlighting the things that really matter – and your service to our communities is at the top of the list! A great benefit of LASIK is …

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Your Advanced Eye Care Destination

Delivering the latest advanced eye care technology to our patients is important to the physicians at South Georgia / North Florida Eye Partners. Our team of ophthalmologists, Dr. Scott Petermann, Dr. Wes Ross, and Dr. Garrett Webster specialize in advanced eye surgeries and stay on the cutting edge of technology that results in better care for our patients. Our patients …

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Eye Exams: Start Off with the Right Specs

With January being the start of a new year – and also the fact that this year is 2020 😉 – now is the perfect time to start taking better care of your eyes and to brush-up on the importance of regular eye exams. You should always schedule an eye exam for you and your loved ones once each year. …