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According to the National Eye Institute, over two million adults in the United States have age-related macular degeneration; and that number is expected to double within the next thirty years.
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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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Regular, comprehensive eye exams from your ophthalmologist is especially important for older adults. That’s because as you get older, you become more susceptible to cataracts, glaucoma and macular degeneration. A baseline eye examination is recommended for adults at age 40, and earlier for those with underlying medical conditions that increase their risk. Adults 65 and older should have their eyes checked at least every two years, or as recommended by their eye doctor.
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Optometry Cabana is delighted to introduce our associate Dr. Mark Yeghiazarian!

Dr. Mark Yeghiazarian was born and raised in San Francisco. During his time at UCLA as a psychobiology major, Dr. Mark Yeghiazarian spent many hours shadowing various optometry offices. These offices demonstrated the unique and close-knit patient-doctor relationships forged in optometry that were unlike any other profession.

Optometrists have the privilege to engage with patients frequently, allowing eye care providers to intricately care for and become well-acquainted with each patient. His newfound passion fueled him to attend the Southern California College of Optometry, where he graduated in May of 2018 with Summa Cum Laude Latin Honors. While he enjoys working with patients from all different backgrounds and ages, he particularly loves working with children to aid in the proper development of their eyes.
He strongly believes that intervening at an early age can ignite the drive in children which will allow them to reach their highest potential.

In his spare time, Dr. Mark Yeghiazarian loves partaking in various outdoor activities in San Diego, from hikes with his girlfriend to long walks on dog beach with his goldendoodle. He looks forward to serving the people of San Diego by enhancing their vision.
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More than just a window to the soul, your eyes can be indicators of more than 30 conditions that affect your overall health. http://ow.ly/Gwg930hjvtx
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Technology is being increasingly harnessed to overcome blindness and other vision disorders. http://ow.ly/nuIH30hjvtw
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Did you know that arthritis can also affect the health of your eyes? http://ow.ly/CknQ30hjvtv
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