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The Benefits of Early Diagnosis and Treatment for Dry Eye

Dry eye syndrome affects millions of people worldwide. You experience it when you do not produce tears in sufficient amounts.

Dry Eye: Prevention and Treatment

Dry eye is one of the most common ocular conditions in America. Some people have it throughout the year, while others may experience it only during certain seasons.

5 Reasons to Switch to Disposable Daily Contact Lenses

When people think of contact lenses, the main idea that comes to mind is daily wear lenses.

Cataracts: Which Treatment Is Right for Me

Cataracts are an ocular condition where the lens of your eye becomes cloudy. It is...

5 Ways to Find the Best Eye Doctor Near You

If you want to know the strategies you can put in place to always find a good eye doctor, keep reading.

Optomap or Dilation - Which One Is Right for You?

Eye doctors recommend having a comprehensive eye checkup every year. A thorough eye...

Vision Screening Vs. Eye Exam: What's the Difference?

Most parents get confused about vision screening and eye exams for their children. They often assume that once one happens, it has taken care of all the others. The two types of vision tests administered to children are different and serve their unique individual purposes. Read on to learn more.

What Should You Do in the Event of an Eye Injury?

The eyes are among the most vulnerable body parts you have. They can sustain injury very easily compared to other parts. Debris that enters the eye can scratch the eye’s surface and cause you to lose vision. Chemicals that enter the eye can cause irreparable damage. It means that you should always wear protective eyewear when working. If you sustain any eye trauma, it would be best to see a doctor immediately.

How to Tell the Difference Between Dry Eye and Allergies

When treating eye irritation, you must know whether it stems from dry eyes or allergies. The two are similar in their symptoms but different in their underlying causes. Here are a few facts to help you know the difference.

What Is the Difference Between a Comprehensive Eye Exam and a Routine Eye Exam?

Regular eye exams are a vital part of preventive care. Many eye issues do not have apparent signs in the early stages. You might not know that you have a problem until the condition is severe. The best way to protect your eye health is to schedule regular eye exams. 

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