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For over 50 years, the dedicated eye care specialists at Cincinnati Eye Institute have set the standard for improving the vision of thousands of patients. Their unwavering devotion to patient care has merited the practice a world-class reputation for excellence in the treatment of eye disease.

CEI is the largest ophthalmology practice in the United States with over 45 eye doctors, many of whom are recognized among the top sub-specialists in their field, practicing in 18 locations across the tri-state area.

Today, CEI is considered one of the world's premier ophthalmic treatment, research and education centers.
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Have a safe & happy July 4th!
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Interested in LASIK? Don't miss out on this Groupon deal! Save $1,100 on LASIK at CEI, one of the top ophthalmology practices in the nation!
LASIK laser eye surgery corrects visual deficiencies with a short outpatient procedure that can result in 20/20 vision
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Will you be tuning in to watch the U.S. take on Ghana in the 2014 World Cup this evening?
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Are you nervous about your #cataract diagnosis? With custom cataract surgery at the Cincinnati Eye Institute, you may be seeing better than ever after your surgery! The vast majority of patients can read a book, work on a computer and drive a car all without dependence on glasses! Learn more by clicking the link below.
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CEI's Dr. John Cohen and Dr. Howard Bell were both recently awarded with the Healthcare Leadership Award sponsored by VENUE magazine! The Healthcare Leadership Award honors leading industry professionals who strive to improve the everyday lives of their patients, colleagues and community. Congrats to both Dr. Cohen and Dr. Bell!
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It will be a gorgeous Memorial Day weekend here in Cincinnati, filled with plenty of sunshine! While enjoying outdoor activities with family and friends, please remember to protect your eyes with sunglasses that block 99-100% of UV rays. Have a great weekend!
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An unfortunate kick to the eye reminds us all of the danger sports can possess!
Steve von Bergen has been ruled out of playing in the rest of the FIFA World Cup™ due to injury.
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Do you have super human sight? Most people have 3 types of cones in their eyes, which gives them the ability to see about 1 million colors. A very small number of women though, have 4 types of cones, expanding their range of visible color to 100 million!
Newcastle University neuroscientist Dr. Gabriele Jordan, recently announced that she has identified a woman who is a "tetrachromat," that is, a woman with the ability to see much greater color depth than the ordinary person.
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In honor of Father's Day weekend, here are some eye facts for the men!
- Men are less likely to suffer from dry eye.
- Men are 17 times more likely to be colorblind.
- Typically, men have better night vision than women.
- 73% of eye injuries occur in males (wear protective eyewear!).
- Males excel at tracking fast-moving objects and discerning detail from a distance.
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Have you seen our new awards wall by our level 2 entrance? It showcases some of CEI's company awards such as Healthiest Employers of Greater Cincinnati and Best Places to Work. We are proud to share these accomplishments with our patients and visitors!
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Swimming pool season is officially here! Do you or your children swim with your eyes open under water? Here's why wearing protective goggles is always the best idea when in the water!
If you're a regular swimmer, you've probably noticed that your eyes get irritated almost instantly when you open them underwater. Swimming underwater with open eyes affects you in numerous ...
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These eyes are simply stunning! Who can guess (without Google!) what kind of animal they belong to?
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