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Just wanted everyone to know our hours have changed effective 1 November 2016. Our new hours will be:
Mon-Thu: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Fri: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

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Approximately 70% of children younger than six years, the age at which most vision problems can be treated before permanent damage occurs, have never had an eye exam. Contact us today to schedule your child's eye exam.
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Cataracts Awareness Month, Call us today for your appointment.
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The same sun rays that lead to skin cancer and premature aging of the skin are just as bad for your eyes. The culprit is ultraviolet (UV) rays and because May is National UV Awareness Month, Dr. Reynolds and Dr. Frank encourages everyone to be “sun-wise” with their eyes. Stop in to browse our wide selection of sunglasses for yourself or all the members of your family.
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April brings awareness to Dry Eye Syndrome, also called keratoconjunctivitis sicca.  Do you experience, dryness, eye discomfort, feeling of something in eye, or redness?  Come see us and we will help!  Call us today for an appointment.
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Join us for your Year End Frame Sale 1-31 Dec only!!!
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November is National Diabetes Month and Lodestar Family Eye Care, PC encourages anyone who has, or may be at risk for, diabetes to have an annual eye examination. 

“Diabetes affects 18.2 million Americans, 5.2 million of which may not even know they have the disease,” Dr. Reynolds said. “One of the health problems associated with diabetes is diabetic retinopathy, a disease of the eye which can cause blindness.”

Diabetic retinopathy can weaken and cause changes in the blood vessels that nourish the retina. Symptoms may include blurred vision, cloudiness, and/or “floaters.” Diabetes also increases a person’s risk for developing other eye diseases. For example, persons living with diabetes are 40% more likely to develop glaucoma and 60% more likely to develop cataracts.

“The early stages of diabetic retinopathy may produce no visual symptoms at all,” Dr. Reynolds said. “That is why it is so important for anyone who has diabetes or a family history of diabetes to have a yearly comprehensive eye health examination. Early detection and treatment are essential because once damage has occurred, the effects are usually permanent.”

Contact us today to schedule your appointment.
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October is Home Eye Safety Awareness Month, and we encourage people to remember their eyes when working around the home. For those who don’t require vision correction or wear contact lenses, we recommend ANSI-approved safety glasses available at hardware stores and home improvement centers. For those people who wear eyeglasses, our office can prescribe safety glasses that meet ANSI standards. Call us today for an appointment.
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Join us for some fancy chocolates and hot apple cider!!!
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Protective sports eyewear can help prevent injuries such as fracture of the eye socket, scratched corneas, swollen retinas, and even cataracts caused by trauma to the eye. Parents of children who participate in sports should insist that their children wear protective eyewear and encourage schools and athletic clubs to adopt a policy requiring it.

At Lodestar Family Eye Care, we encourage anyone who participates in sports – children and adults alike – to remember to outfit the eyes for safety. Today’s protective eyewear is lightweight, comfortable, and available with or without vision correction.”  Call us today for an appointment.
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