October 2015


How to avoid ripping contacts

It can be very frustrating to tear a contact lens. You might wonder, why can’t they just make them out of a stronger material? Currently more than 30 million Americans wear […]

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23 Facts About Eyes And What Can Go Wrong With Them

BRYN NELSON,  MOSAICSCIENCE.COM Eight surprising things about eyes 1. Eyebrows: Among the many potential functions of eyebrows, they keep sweat and moisture from dripping into our eyes, send information about local […]

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The contact lenses worn at night means you’ll no longer need reading glasses

A contact lens worn each night could remove the need for reading glasses in middle age. The technique – which experts liken to braces for the teeth – alters the […]

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CDC survey shows many contact lens wearers report risky eye care behaviors

CDC and partners created Contact Lens Health Week in 2014 to promote healthy contact lens wear and care practices that can help prevent eye infections associated with improper contact lens […]

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Keratoconus and what you need to know about it

Contact Lenses for Keratoconus

Most people have a round-shaped cornea, and that’s the way a human cornea is supposed to be. However, sometimes human eyes have a weakening that doesn’t allow the eye to preserve […]

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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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