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… Read More
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Whether you prefer glasses or contacts, there are specific things you need to do to take care of them. Unlike glasses, contacts sit directly on your eye, which can expose your eyes to germs and bacteria if you do not properly care for your contacts. Here are a few tips from the American Association of… Read More
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Halloween is a popular time for people to use decorative contact lenses. But most people do not know the sight-stealing consequences behind making these choices.
An eye exam is not like a shopping trip to the grocery store. It is a medical exam to see if your eyes are healthy and if necessary, to get glasses for a visual deficiency. Being prepared for your eye exam will make the experience more pleasant. The first step is to make an appointment… Read More
Many Americans Miss the Mark on Eye Exams. A recent survey of 1,000 adults shows that nearly half — 47% — worry more about losing their sight than about losing their memory and their ability to walk or hear. But almost 30% indicated that they don’t get their eyes checked. Many Americans are unaware of… Read More
Over my past 10 years practicing optometry and comanaging all different types of refractive surgery, I have never had more reason to be excited to offer surgery as an alternative to glasses or contact lenses for my patients. The accuracy and precision provided by a three dimensional laser incision rather than the one dimensional cut… Read More
Please do not intentionally overwear your contact lenses. Eye care professionals help patients deal with the likely complications of this abuse everyday. Potential repurcussions range from a mandated period of time without contact lens wear, to permanently impaired vision. A new study found that many contact lens wearers in the United States do not follow the… Read More