At South Georgia Eye Partners, we know that your kids are your top priority. You are always thinking about their schoolwork, their happiness, their overall well-being…and you should also being thinking about their eye health. Our optometrists want to make sure your kids’ vision is the best it can be. View Video Good vision can make a… Read More
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With school starting back, our physicians anticipate an increasing number of patients with conjunctivitis, otherwise known as “pink eye.” South Georgia Eye Partners wants families, teachers and day care workers to be informed and learn to recognize the symptoms in order to avoid contracting the infection or spreading it to others.
Getting an eye exam is an important part of staying healthy. When should you get an eye exam an what should it cover? Read up on the basics. When should you have an eye exam? The American Academy of Ophthalmology and American Optometric Association recommend that you get a baseline eye exam if you have… Read More
South Georgia Eye Partners is proud to announce that we are now carrying two supplements highly recommended by doctors to help with some of the most common eye health issues – HydroEye & Macro Pro-S. HydroEye is a patented, oral formulation that provides continuous relief from dry eye discomfort due toage, contact lens wear, computer use,… Read More
Chances are, you’ve heard of macular degeneration. But do you know what the disease actually is? Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is a breakdown of the eye’s macula. The macula is a small area in the retina (the light-sensitive tissue lining the back of the eye) that is responsible for your central vision and for allowing… Read More
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.
May is Healthy Vision Month, and therefore, it’s the perfect time to schedule a comprehensive eye exam to make sure you are seeing your best. Don’t wait until there’s a problem to start paying attention to your eye health. Many common eye diseases that can lead to vision loss and blindness, such as diabetic eye disease, glaucoma or age-related macular degeneration (AMD), often have no early warning signs or symptoms. Therefore, it’s important to be proactive when it comes to your vision.
March 20, 2012
Today marks the official first day of spring; however, you may have been feeling the onset of warmer weather – and allergies – for the past couple of weeks. This time of year is great for all kinds of outdoor activities, but it is notorious for causing itchy, watery eyes and can be particularly hard on contact lens wearers.
Providing you with quality optical service is our top priority. And now, your eye care experience with us just became even more convenient with the addition of My Online Clinic.
We are pleased to announce the addition of Ann A. Patel, O.D., to our eye care team! Dr. Patel, a board-certified optometrist began her training at Pennsylvania State University with a BS in biology and continued on to Nova Southeastern College of Optometry. She completed her primary care residency at SUNY College of Optometry in New York. While she treats all types of eye conditions, Dr. Patel’s special interests include pediatrics, pre- and post-operative care of cataract and refractive surgery patients, primary eye care, and emergency eye care. Currently, she sees patients at the SGEP offices in Valdosta, Tifton and Douglas.