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
Don’t let eye allergies stop you from enjoying autumn! Call our office for an appointment today.Read More
We at Eye to Eye want to be sure that everyone enjoys the eclipse on Monday, August 21, 2017. It will truly be a spectacular event, but must be taken seriously and viewed with caution. Please read our Solar Eclipse Safety Tips blog post.Read More
Most of us share a common color vision sensory experience. Some people, however, have a color vision deficiency, which means their perception of colors is different from what most of us see.Read More
Looking after your Contact Lenses properly is very important to keep your eyes healthy. Read this post for our top tips in Contact Lens Care.Read More
Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is a deterioration or breakdown of the eye's macula. The macula is the central area of the retina — the light-sensitive tissue lining the back of the eye that controls central vision and color vision.Read More
It's easy to forget that the most important job of our sunglasses is to protect our eyes from the harmful UV rays of the sun. Sunglasses do so much for our vision, but also for the health of our eyes. Did you know that the effects of ultraviolet radiation (UVR) in the eye are cumulative?Read More