Back to School Eye Exams

Vision screenings are an important service provided by most schools and without question provide benefits.  It is important to recognize however, that studies have demonstrated screenings are not as effective as comprehensive eye exams.  In fact, The National...

Vision and Eye Health After 40

If you are over 40 years of age, you’ve probably noticed changes in your vision. Difficulty seeing clearly for reading and close work is among the most common problems adults develop between ages 41 to 60. However, this is also the time when other changes in...

Thyroid Eye Disease

Do your eyes ever ache, become red and irritated or maybe overly sensitive?  Do you ever have a sensation of pressure in or behind your eyes?  A first thought might be dry eyes or a sinus infection however, if you’re a middle aged female it could be Thyroid Eye...

The Optomap Retinal Exam

For centuries the art of medicine has been dominated by breaks, bumps, bruises or other symptoms felt by the patient or discovered by the physician.  Over time, clinical findings have been enhanced by increasingly sophisticated technology like the microscope, the...

The History of Cataract Surgery  

Cataracts have been a medical problem throughout history.  In early times, strange concoctions and eye drops were used to treat cataracts until physicians in ancient Babylon and India began surgical treatment.  Their highly primitive method, known as couching,...

The Hazards of Looking Good

Magazines, newspapers and TV smother us with images of the ideal look.  In fact, the average American woman spends 12K a year to look good!  This figure may seem high however, consider what you spend a year on all beauty and grooming products, hair and nail...

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