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Do you have problems seeing at night or adjusting to bright light? You may have Retinitis Pigmentosa, or RP. RP is a rare eye disease that can lead to vision loss. Unfortunately, there is no cure for RP, but there are treatment options to slow progression of the disease. Watch this short video for more info: http://www.davieseyeblog.com/retinitis-pigmentosa/
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Great video on what to expect and things you should prepare for on the day of your Cataract Surgery!
http://www.davieseyeblog.com/cataract-surgery-day/
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Do you have a White, Gray, or Blue Arc around your cornea? Arcus Senilis, or Corneal Arcus, is a common eye condition that usually does not affect vision. It occurs when fat deposits form in the outer part of the cornea, which may be a sign of high cholesterol. Watch this short video to learn more:
http://www.davieseyeblog.com/arcus-senilis/
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Do you suffer from Blurry, Itchy, Irritated, Dry and yes, even Watery eyes? Then you may have Dry Eye. Watch this video to learn what treatment options may be available to you to relieve your Dry Eye Symptoms:
http://www.davieseyeblog.com/chronic-dry-eye-symptoms/
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Enhanced OCT Technology now available at Davies Eye Center! Provides a highly detailed cross section of the back of the eye in minutes! Watch this short video to learn more, then call our office at 760.729.7101 to schedule your annual exam and OCT test:
http://www.davieseyeblog.com/enhanced-oct/
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Now that summer is in full swing, make sure your eyes are protected from the sun. Most sunglasses do not protect your eyes from UV damage! Watch this short video to learn more: http://www.davieseyeblog.com/uv-damage/

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Without treatment, Glaucoma can lead to vision loss and blindness due to damage of the eye’s optic nerve. Watch this short video to see if you’re a Glaucoma suspect, then schedule an appointment with Dr. Davies for Glaucoma testing.
http://www.davieseyeblog.com/testing-for-glaucoma/
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New Technology for Managing Glaucoma! The FDA approved iStent® implant is the world's smallest medical device and can be surgically placed into your eye during cataract surgery.  It is designed to lower intraocular pressure.  Watch this video to learn more:
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Do you see small clouds or specks moving in your field of vision? You may have floaters. Watch this short video to learn more: http://www.davieseyeblog.com/floaters/
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