In observation of Thanksgiving, Sunshine Optometry is closed from Thursday November 22 to Monday November 26. Normal business hours will resume on Tuesday November 27. Thank you for choosing Sunshine Optometry for all of your eye care needs, and we are very grateful for all your support!
Even though we are closed, you may still schedule an appointment online 24/7 on our website.
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Quit these habits for the sake of your eyes. To help you avoid major problems down the road, here are contact lens case mistakes you might not even realize you’re making that could compromise your eye health.
Eye Make A Difference is an eyewear donation program to help the 2 billion people globally who don’t have access to much-needed eyewear due to income, distance, or disaster. Learn how you can make your old glasses useful again for someone in need.
And how to actually get rid of them. Odds are, you’ve been dealing with eye boogers your whole life and just wipe them away then keep it moving, but there’s actually a lot more to them than you’d think.
Most of us share a common color vision sensory experience. Some people, however, have a color vision deficiency, which means their perception of colors is different from what most of us see. Check out our interactive demos.
Our team at Sunshine Optometry was thrilled to win 2018 Best Optometrist and we need your help to win in 2019 with your vote!
Each year, the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America declares May to be "National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month." It's a peak season for asthma and allergy sufferers! Learn more about how allergies can affect your eyes here!
ECO Brand Glasses provide stylish prescription frames that are environmentally friendly. The company is the first and only brand that has produced an optical and sunglasses collection made with 95% recycled materials. Learn more about this brand and why Sunshine Optometry is proud to represent ECO.
Even with the best contact lens hygiene in the world, you might still deal with eye issues that warrant a trip to the doctor. If you experience a ton of dryness, redness, pain, discharge, blurry vision, or anything else that makes your vision worse instead of better, we suggest you stop wearing your contacts and call your eye doctor right away. Read more.
How is the test graded? What’s the minimum score? For both eyes combined? Can you pass the test with one good eye? And what happens to somebody whose vision test score is too low? Can it be appealed or the test retaken? How does all this work?
Many contact lens wearers have a dirty little secret: They sometimes sleep or nap in their lenses. But this bad habit could raise their risk of serious eye infections and even lead to vision loss. Read more about why sleeping in contacts can be so dangerous.