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Hockemeyer Family Eye Care
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Guinness Record: The longest eyelash recorded is 2 inches long and grew on Stuart Muller's left upper lid.
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Don’t forget to take advantage of your FSA savings this year! Flex dollars can help pay for prescription eyewear and refractive surgery like LASIK. Visit our office today!
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Did you know? People with diabetes are 40% more likely to suffer from glaucoma. The longer someone has diabetes, the more at risk they are for developing glaucoma. Ask your eye doctor for a comprehensive eye exam today. http://bit.ly/2dsDUEK
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Did you know that your Flex dollars help cover a lot of your eye care expenses like copays, deductibles, medications, and prescription lenses? How long has it been since you or your family had eye exams? Schedule appointments with us today!
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We've got a long way to go! Kick off #GivingTuesday and help us give back to our awesome community by contributing a donation to #CommunityHarvestFoodBank #HockemeyerChristmas17
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Have you heard of Costa Del Mar? It's a company specializing in 580 lens technology (superior polarization)! Stop in and try on their latest products!
#CostaDelMar #580 #polarized #sunglasses
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11/27/17
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Can Blue Light therapy really help reduce the risk of skin cancer? Learn more in this article from @uihealthcare: http://bit.ly/2dWOtOl
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Have you ever wanted to invest in a second pair of glasses? Your Flex dollars help cover the cost of prescription lenses! Visit our office and shop latest eyewear trends.
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Did you know? All babies are born only able to see black, white, and gray shades. Over the next couple of weeks, their color vision will begin to develop and they will be able to see the full color spectrum at three months. http://bit.ly/2dYJw7r
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