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Diabetes and Your Eyes Part 2: How It’s Managed

Diabetic retinopathy management intends to stop or at least slow the progression of the disease. Your eye doctor will create a treatment plan depending on the stage of the disease and your symptoms. 20/20 Image Eye Centers discusses this in detail: Early Stage The...

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Diabetes and Your Eyes Part 1: How It Happens

Diabetes mellitus is a group of metabolic diseases that can occur when your body fails to produce insulin or becomes resistant to it. This causes sugar retention in your bloodstream, leading to various complications, like diabetic retinopathy. Read on as your...

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Ways to Protect Your Eyes When Playing Sports

The beautiful, warmer weather of spring makes it the perfect time of the year to play outdoor sports. Before doing so, however, you need to take measures to protect your eyes. As April marks Sports Eye Safety Month, your reliable optometrists from 20/20 Image Eye...

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Q and A: What Is a Torn or Detached Retina?

A light-sensitive tissue layer called the retina is located at the back of your eyes and is responsible for converting light rays that enter your eyes into nerve signals. The optic nerve then delivers these signals to your brain for translation. Certain conditions can...

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Various Ways to Relieve Dry Eyes

Your eyes constantly produce tears to maintain your visual comfort. In addition to keeping your eyes lubricated, tears also help flush out foreign matter in your eyes, reducing the risk of irritation or infection. This keeps your eyes healthy and helps you see more...

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Dealing With Springtime Eye Allergies

After being cooped up inside all winter, the warmer weather and beautiful blooming flowers of spring could not be more welcome. However, be warned that spring means high pollen counts, which mean eye allergies are prevalent this time of year. In today’s post, your...

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4 Ways to Manage Digital Eye Strain at Work

In today's digital age, many jobs may require you to work in front of the computer for long hours each day. This is why more and more people are affected by digital eye strain. Also known as computer vision syndrome, this refers to the feeling of tiredness and...

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4 Fascinating Facts About Your Eyes

Your eyes are some of the most interesting and complex organs in your body. Not only do they let you see, they also play an important role in your daily efficiency and overall well-being. Today, your eye doctor from 20/20 Image Eye Centers shares four fascinating...

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Likely Causes of Eyelid Spasms

Blepharospasm is a condition that causes rapid, continuous and uncontrollable spasms of your eye muscles. These movements can compromise your visual comfort and clarity. Read on as your trusted optometrist from 2020 Image Eye Centers explores the potential causes of...

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Q and A: All About Age-Related Macular Degeneration

The macula is a small spot at the center of your retina that helps you see the figures in front of you with precision and accuracy. As you age, the macula may begin to deteriorate, leading to its gradual loss of function, a condition referred to as age-related macular...

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What You Should Know About Pediatric Eye Tests

As a new year begins, why not make a commitment to be more vigilant about your child’s visual health? Scheduling a comprehensive eye exam for your child is a good way to start 2018. Read on as your trusted eye doctor from 20/20 Image Eye Centers discusses what you...

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Eye Doctor Spotlight: Dr. Thuy Yath, OD

Since 1996, 20/20 Image Eye Centers has been providing high-quality eye care products and services. Staying in this industry for more than two decades is no easy feat. However, our clients have found it easy to trust our highly skilled, dedicated eye care specialists....

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Why Wearing Sunglasses in the Winter Is Necessary

Going outdoors means exposing yourself to ultraviolet (UV) radiation. Even in colder months, the sun is still emitting harmful UV rays. This is why 20/20 Image Eye Centers emphasizes the need to wear sunglasses during the winter. Read on as your trusted optometrist...

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Common Types of Glaucoma

Glaucoma occurs when the fluids in your eyes don’t drain effectively, causing the pressure inside your eyes (intraocular pressure or IOP) to rise. This high pressure can eventually cause damage to your optic nerve, which is responsible for sending image signals to...

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Answering the Top Questions About Presbyopia

Upon reaching your 40s, you may notice a decline in your vision, which is likely a sign of presbyopia. In today’s post, your expert eye doctor from 20/20 Image Eye Centers answers the top questions about this problem. Q: What Causes Presbyopia? Presbyopia is a common...

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What Is a Torn or Detached Retina?

The retina is the thin tissue lining the back part of your eyes. It is filled with photoreceptors that help convert light rays into nerve impulses. What happens when the retina detaches from its underlying tissue layer? Your expert eye doctor from the 20/20 Image Eye...

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Relieving Dry Eyes During Winter in 4 Easy Steps

 Changes in temperature can have adverse effects on your eyes. The freezing temperatures of winter, in particular, can cause you to develop dry eye syndrome. In today’s post, your reliable optometrist from 20/20 Image Eye Centers recommends four ways to manage dry eye...

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Choosing Eye-Friendly Children’s Toys

The holidays are a special time for everyone—but this time of the year can be downright magical for children. In today’s post, your reliable optometrists from 20/20 Image Eye Centers share some tips on choosing eye-friendly toys to give as gifts to your children as we...

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