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6 Signs It’s Time for An Eye Exam

6 Signs It’s Time for An Eye Exam Most people don’t think about their eyesight every day. When your eyes are doing their job, there isn’t much need to worry about […]

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National AMD and Low Vision Awareness Month

February is National AMD and Low Vision Awareness Month. Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is the leading cause of vision loss for individuals age 50 and older. Macular degeneration is a […]

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November 10th is World Keratoconus Day

World Keratoconus Day is a national awareness day sponsored by the National Keratoconus Foundation. This day is dedicated to help raise awareness about keratoconus, as well as educate and advocate […]

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With Climate Change, Prevention Matters More Than Ever

Sue Lowe, O.D., has a regular spiel with patients—and it goes beyond the usual suggestions to wear sunglasses, rest their eyes or look away from their computers for 20 seconds […]

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Why Are Scleral Lenses A Better Option Than Contact Lenses?

Due to high-risk of serious infection and the cases of failure, corneal transplant imposes a crucial risk on the health of the patient. Contrary to the practices of corneal transplant, scleral […]

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