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Winter (Dry Eye Season)

Winter is often celebrated for its festive spirit, cozy nights, and picturesque snowfalls (when they happen). However, it brings with it a less welcome guest: dry eye syndrome. As an Read More

Technology and Your Eye Health

The Impact of Technology on Your Eye Health: What You Need to Know Technology has become increasingly prevalent in our modern lives since it shapes how we connect, work, and entertain Read More

Where to buy the best glasses online: Shop 18 celebrity-loved frames

When it comes to picking glasses, celebrities certainly have an eye for style. From Gwyneth Paltrow to Oprah to Billie Eilish, celebrities regularly reach for eye-catching eyewear — and influence trends Read More

Daily vs Extended Wear Contact Lenses

Daily vs Extended Wear Contact Lenses When choosing contact lenses, you have many decisions to make. One of them is choosing between daily wear and extended wear contacts. In this guide, Read More

Allergy Season Survival: Pro Eye Care's Guide to Healthy Eyes

When allergy season swoops in, it often brings an unwelcome set of challenges, particularly for our eyes. The unpleasant sensation of red, itchy, and watering eyes can quickly sour the Read More

Does Your Child Need Glasses?

Many children have a vision prescription that requires them to wear glasses. Vision problems like myopia (nearsightedness) are common in children, and it's important to correct their vision with glasses. Read More

What Is Dry Eye Syndrome?

Dry eye syndrome is a common condition many people experience because their eyes do not produce enough tears or their tears evaporate too quickly. This condition can occur for several Read More

What to Expect During an Eye Exam

Seeing an eye doctor annually for routine eye exams can help ensure you are seeing clearly and not developing any eye conditions. In addition, since eye exams check for more Read More

How Do Screens Affect Vision?

Computer screens have become a part of our daily life. We use screens for gaming, creative pursuits, and business tasks. Unfortunately, prolonged exposure to screens poses numerous visual problems. At Read More

Contact Lenses Vs. Glasses

When you have a vision prescription that requires vision correction, you might wonder whether it's better to get contact lenses or glasses. Both are great ways to improve your vision, Read More

Common Glaucoma Treatments

If you've recently been diagnosed with glaucoma, or if you suspect that you may have this disease, there are things that you can do to improve your condition. Ask our Read More

Are Headaches and Glaucoma Related?

Glaucoma is often referred to as "the silent thief of sight" due to its lack of symptoms. However, there are numerous types of glaucoma, some of which are associated with Read More

Preventing Macular Degeneration

Age-related macular degeneration is a very serious eye condition that can threaten your vision and overall health. The disease affects the macula within the retina and central vision, gradually reducing Read More

The Importance of Annual Comprehensive Eye Exams

You may wonder why it is important to have a comprehensive eye exam every year. Comprehensive eye exams allow our optometrist to monitor and maintain the eye health of our Read More

Signs You Need to See an Eye Doctor About Pink Eye

Pink eye, also called conjunctivitis, can happen to people of all ages, but it is most common in children. Normally, pink eye goes away within two weeks. Those are normal Read More

Leave Dry Eye Behind During Warmer Months

Eliminate Dry Eye during Warmer Months When there is not enough moisture lubricating the eyes, they can become too dry. This makes them itchy and painful, and this can disrupt your Read More

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