During Fourth of July celebrations, we tend to forget that we are lighting potentially dangerous explosive devices. In fact, thousands of people are sent to the emergency room each year due to injuries caused by fireworks.
With 4th of July fireworks right around the corner, its more important than ever to think of eye safety for yourself, and your loved ones. Read on for some tips to prevent eye injury.
Which gender has a greater risk of eye disease? Read our blog to find out!Read More
More than 2.2 million Americans age 40 and older suffer from glaucoma. Nearly half do not know they have the disease—it causes no early symptoms.
Everyone is at risk for glaucoma. However, certain groups are at higher risk than others. People at high risk for glaucoma should get a complete eye exam, including eye dilation, every year.Read More
As leaves begin to fall and temperatures drop, many of us are working on those last minute projects to prepare our homes for winter. Please remember to wear protective eyewear while trimming the hedges, mowing the lawn, and wrapping up other end of season home projects.Read More
Don’t let eye allergies stop you from enjoying autumn! Call our office for an appointment today.Read More
Beat the rush! Schedule your back to school eye exam now.Read More
As the new school year approaches, parents are ensuring their children are prepared with an annual physical, immunizations and back-to-school shopping, but an annual eye exam should also be part of a student's back-to-school routine. Get a jump on your back to school list—schedule your child’s back to school eye exam early this year!Read More