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Do You Need Computer Glasses?

Do You Need Computer Glasses?

In front of a screen much? Whether you’re frequently online for work, school, or just scrolling out of habit, you may have considered computer glasses. Here, we find out whether or not they’re worth looking into. Many people these days are investing in special eyewear...

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Buying Children’s Eyeglasses: What to Consider

Buying Children’s Eyeglasses: What to Consider

Once your child or teen has an eye exam and receives a vision prescription, now comes the fun part: They get to pick out their very own eyeglasses. In addition to helping your child see clearly, the right eyeglasses can boost confidence and protect little eyes. These...

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What to Expect at Your Kid’s Eye Exam

What to Expect at Your Kid’s Eye Exam

For kids, a trip to the eye doctor can be both scary and exciting. They’re exposed to a new environment, all that strange equipment, plus attention from unfamiliar people. If this is your child’s first comprehensive eye exam, here’s what you and your little one can...

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We’re Here for Your Eye Care

We’re Here for Your Eye Care

Are you due for your eye exam, but don’t know if your eye doctor is open again, or even if it’s safe to go to the eye doctor? Our top priority is that you feel welcomed back in a safe, friendly way. Here’s everything you need to know about coming in. We can’t wait to...

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Does Vision Therapy Work?

Does Vision Therapy Work?

Lazy eye, crossed eyes, double vision, reading and learning disabilities: These are just a few of the vision and cognitive problems that can be helped by vision therapy. But what exactly is it, and how does it work?    Vision Therapy Defined   You’ve...

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Cataracts: Everything You Need to Know

Cataracts: Everything You Need to Know

You’ve heard of cataracts, but do you really know what they are and what to watch for? Learn more about this common eye condition.   What are cataracts?    Cataracts occur when the natural lens of your eye becomes clouded. Light can no longer pass through...

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