February 2016


Eye Exams: Why You Should Get One Every Year

When you’re a child, it’s easy to get an eye exam because the adult in your life, be them your parent or caretaker, makes sure that you make it to […]

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February: Low Vision Awareness Month

Low vision is a loss of eyesight that makes everyday tasks difficult. A person with low vision may find it difficult or impossible to accomplish activities such as reading, writing, […]

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Love Your Eyes to Protect Against Macular Degeneration

American Academy of Ophthalmology provides tips for saving seniors’ sight from age-related macular degeneration. SAN FRANCISCO – Jan. 19, 2016 – Seniors are at heightened risk for age-related macular degeneration, the […]

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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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Cosmetic contacts for Halloween costumes prompt consumer warning

Decorative contacts purchased without prescription could be illegally imported products that may cause serious eye damage, US customs officials say. Decorative contact lenses may fittingly cap a spooky Halloween costume, […]

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MCLI is committed to the health and safety of our patients, visitors and staff. We are taking extra precautions to keep our office as safe as possible yet ensure our ability to care for our patients. We diligently and continuously disinfect high-traffic areas and high-touch surfaces, countertops, chairs, etc. If you are not feeling well or if you have been around anyone who is sick, we ask that you please reschedule your appointment. Please limit the number of people accompanying you to our office to 1 person. We appreciate your cooperation in helping us provide the safest environment we can for our patients. To schedule your appointment, please call (305) 814-2299.

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