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About 100,000 people have sports-related eye injuries every year and an estimated 13,500 of these injuries result in permanent vision loss. April is Sports Eye Safety Month and the American Academy of Ophthalmology remind athletes of the importance of simply wearing proper eye protection.
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Chronic Dry Eye can be caused by various factors including aging, improper wearing of contact lenses, eye strain and even environmental factors.
If you have been experiencing symptoms of dry eye such as watering and itchy eyes, blurry vision or eye fatigue -- you should take our Dry Eye Self-Evaluation below! www.nhdryeye.com/DryEyeEval.html
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We’re bringing pediatric eye care closer to home.
We’re proud to announce that Dr. Melissa M. Wong is joining our staff and will begin seeing patients in March. Dr. Wong is a board-certified pediatric ophthalmologist with extensive experience. She’ll be seeing patients in both Manchester and Londonderry in our newly constructed pediatric exam rooms.
Learn more about Dr. Wong and our Pediatric Eye Care Services by clicking below.
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February is Age-related Macular Generation (AMD) Awareness Month according to the American Academy of Ophthalmology. AMD is the leading cause of blindness among older Americans.
Early macular degeneration may cause little, if any, noticeable changes in your vision in the early stages of disease. As the disease progresses, some symptoms of macular degeneration include difficulty seeing to read or drive and the inability to see details.
Fortunately, new treatments have been founded in the last ten years that can save vision but catching this disease early is crucial, which can be done through a comprehensive eye exam.
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According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, Dry Eye affects an estimated 3.2 million women at the age of 50 and over, and 1.68 million men age 50 and over in the United States. In a NH Magazine article, our own Dr. Kimberly Licciardi talks about the symptoms of Dry Eye and new treatments available at the NH Dry Eye Center.
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Do you ever look at your computer or anything you are trying to get a closer look at, and suddenly, a speck or squiggly line zips away? If so, you may be dealing with eye floaters. Don’t worry, most of the time it’s nothing to be concerned about.
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