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With Summer right around the corner, children will be spending more time outdoors. Research shows that the more exposure you’ve had to sunlight, the higher your risks are of developing age-related eye problems like Cataracts and Macular Degeneration. It is important to protect the eyes against the harmful Ultraviolet Radiation by wearing the right type
With Spring in the air so are seasonal allergies.  Allergies can affect children as well as adults.  Some Ocular signs/symptoms of allergies are: rubbing eyes blinking forcefully and repeatedly Complaints of itching Complaints of eyes hurting Red and watery eyes It is important to distinguish allergies from “Pink Eye”.  For more information see our Optometrist

Aging eyes

Your vision is one of the first senses to be effected by age. Your ability to see up close diminishes starting at the age of 40.  This condition is called Presbyopia and continues to worsen with age. The risk of Cataracts, Glaucoma, Macular Degeneration, and other eye diseases also increases with age.  Many of these

What is Cataracts

Did you know that most people over the age of 60 are at risk for Cataracts? Cataract is the clouding of the lens of the eye.  The major risk factors for developing Cataracts are: Exposure to Sunlight Cigarette smoke Certain systemic conditions including Diabetes Certain medications Cataracts cause blurry vision that cannot be corrected by