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Nearly five million Americans over the age of 50 suffer from dry eye. If you experience persistent symptoms of dry eye, it’s important to see your eye doctor for a comprehensive eye exam.
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The world’s first eyeglasses appeared in the 13th century, and rudimentary contact lenses were made from hand-blown glass in the late 1800s. Thanks to advances in 20th century vision correction technology, refractive errors can be effectively corrected with eyeglasses, contact lenses, or surgery.
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Thanks to new lens materials and technologies, today’s contact lenses are more versatile, comfortable and convenient than ever before and can address an extensive range of vision needs.
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The most common cause of visual impairment in children is a condition known as amblyopia, or “lazy eye”. A comprehensive examination by your eye doctor early in your child’s life can detect the condition and help achieve the best treatment outcome.
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According to statistics, approximately 2.4 million eye injuries occur in the United States each year. The good news is that 90% of all eye injuries can be prevented simply by using protective eyewear.
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Even though men and women alike can suffer from color blindness, it’s far more common in men. One out of 12 men suffer from some degree of color blindness, compared to only one out of 200 women! Your eye doctor can help determine if you have a color vision deficiency.
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Did you know that computer screens are the #1 source of vision complaints in the workplace? If you suffer from Computer Vision Syndrome, your eye doctor can prescribe a treatment plan to alleviate your symptoms and provide guidance on creating a healthier computer-viewing environment.
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Ever wonder why it’s so important to have your eyes dilated as part of a comprehensive eye exam? It gives your doctor a clearer view of the important tissues at the back of your eyes and helps them watch out for diseases and conditions such as macular degeneration, retinal detachment, glaucoma, high blood pressure and diabetes.
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According to the National Eye Institute, 23 million Americans age 18 or older have never had an eye exam to check their vision and ocular health.
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How technology may be affecting your vision: http://ow.ly/v6V130dHXmH
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