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SightTrust Eye Institute
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Are you tired of cloudy vision? Here is how our dedicated team at #SightTrust can help you!

VIDEO: ➡️ bit.ly/2ris7Aj
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Due to Hurricane Irma and its severity, we will be closing our office until further notice. Please take shelter and remain indoors during the storm. Stay safe, everyone! (Photo via U.S. Navy)
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With more than 15,000 intraocular procedures performed over the past 17 years, Dr. Andrew Shatz is believed to be the Southeast’s leading implanter of both the ReSTOR multifocal lens and the Artisan Phakic premium lens. You can learn all about the Doctor on our website! #SightTrust

Meet the Doctor👨🏻‍⚕️: bit.ly/2vcOAzH
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Curious about cataract surgery and our office-based surgery center? Check out our FAQ page where your most common cataract-related questions are answered!

FAQ >> http://bit.ly/2sBQXtd
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August is National Eye Exam Month! 👁

Do you remember your last eye exam? If not, now would be a good time to visit your eye doctor for an annual eye exam to check for cataracts and other age-related eye diseases!
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By combining the precision of femtosecond laser technology with multifocal and accommodating implants, Dr. Shatz can perform a completely bladeless cataract procedure with a level of accuracy that has never before been possible.

Call our office Monday-Friday to learn all about the advanced technology we offer here at #SightTrust! (1-877-878-7890)
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We hope everyone has a fun, safe and happy Independence Day! 🎆🇺🇸
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June is #CataractAwarenessMonth.

If you or someone you know is frustrated with their vision, we recommend that you seek medical assistance from an eye care professional sooner rather than later. While cataracts can be operated on at any stage of their development, removing them earlier may decrease surgical risks, speed up the recovery process and give you more time to enjoy all the sights life has to offer! 📞 1-877-878-7890
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You asked, we answered!

NEW #SightTrustBlog 📒: “What will my restrictions be after cataract surgery, and when can I go back to work?" >> http://bit.ly/2qNrXAh
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Cataracts are caused by the normal growth and aging process of the body. As the cells age, the lenses lose their clarity. During cataract surgery, your surgeon will remove these cells from their lens capsule and replace them with a lens implant that can neither grow nor cloud up.

LEARN all about cataracts and the surgery on our website!
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