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Contact Lens vs Traditional Glasses

If you have a vision prescription, you may be choosing between contact lenses and traditional glasses for daily wear. But first, you need a vision exam. At The Center for Read More

VUITY EYE DROPS

As we age, it becomes harder to see things up close. But now there’s VUITY™. The first and only prescription eye drop to treat age-related Blurry Near Vision (presbyopia) in adults. Read More

Eye Irritation from Allergies

When most people think of allergies they tend to think of the sneezing or headaches that most allergy patients experience. The truth is that there are many symptoms associated with Read More

Eye Surgery FAQs

When you are told you need eye surgery, it's natural to be anxious and have questions about the surgery. Our eyes are a vital organ that helps us navigate the Read More

Common Questions Before Cataract Surgery

People are often intimidated by cataract surgery, but one of the easiest ways to ease your mind is to learn as much as you can about the procedure. If you Read More

Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty (SLT)

Traditionally, the most common means of treatment for most cases of glaucoma is the use of eye drops which lower intraocular pressure in order to reduce the likelihood of optic Read More

What Are Oculoplastics?

Oculoplastics, also known as oculoplastic cosmetic surgery, is a good way to change the appearance of a person's eyes. Several procedures fall under this category. The following are just a Read More

What Is the Difference Between Optometry and Ophthalmology?

You might not have given a lot of thought to who your eye doctor is. You likely checked out the person and their qualifications, but you just know them as Read More

The Early Signs of Cataracts

The National Eye Institute states that about 24.4 million Americans have cataracts, and this number is expected to double by 2050. The only way cataracts can be treated is with Read More

Common Causes of Dry Eye

Dry eye is a relatively normal condition that is caused when the eyes don't produce enough lubrication or tears. It's also more common with the older population as well as Read More

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