Glaucoma is the leading cause of irreversible blindness. In the United States, approximately 120,000 are blind from glaucoma, accounting for 9% to 12% of all cases of blindness. Learn about some ways you can help raise awareness.
The chart below is an approximation of the printed chart used by eye doctors. For more accurate detection of macular damage, you will need a complete eye exam.
Good vision is necessary for optimal academic performance. As kids grow, all sorts of developmental stages can cause changes in their eyesight. An eye exam helps to identify these changes. Find a good time to make an appointment to see us as part of your back-to-school routine. We’ll help your child commence the academic year with great vision.
Ever wonder what it looks like through another person’s eyes? Different eye diseases can appear dramatically different from each other and can significantly impact one’s ability to see and function throughout the day. See more here.
With the rise in popularity of video games and E-Sports, parents have always wondered what the potential side effects include after spending many hours in front of the television. This article will help dispel some of the most popular myths.
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.