Although wearing protective eyewear is the best way to prevent eye injuries from happening, there are several other ways that you can protect your eyes.
You take good care of your body and mind, but don’t forget your eyes!
How old is that mascara? Do you know? Most of us don’t worry much about makeup expiration dates. But eye makeup is a notorious breeding-ground for potentially harmful bacteria.
If you have dry eyes and can’t figure out why, the answer may be in your cupboard. Dry eye is often a side effect of certain medications.
If you have diabetes, your blood sugar, or blood glucose, levels are too high. Over time, these high levels of blood glucose can damage your eyes. Currently, diabetes is the leading cause of blindness in adults. There are several common eye diseases caused by diabetes. The most common are cataracts, glaucoma, and retinopathy.
You, our valued patients and friends, are the most important part of what we do. When you visit our practice, you’ll notice that it feels different than those big “chain” glasses stores. That’s because we ARE different.
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Glamorous, practical, and good for your eye health—sunglasses are the perfect accessory! Humans have been using eyewear to block out the sun for thousands of years. Check out these facts to appreciate how far sunglasses have come...