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Red Eyes
  by admin on September 20th, 2017

Red, crusty, watery, painful and mucus-filled eyes are a common problem that people face. These symptoms can cause significant discomfort, and need to be addressed quickly. While many people may assume they have  an eye infection, or scratched their eye, there are literally hundreds of possibilities of what a red eye could be. With so many possibilities, the treatment for red eyes must be specifically tailored to match the cause. A red eye may require anitbiotic, steroid, anti-viral, lubricating, anti-allergy, or pressure-lowering drops. Sometimes oral medication is also needed. With extensive knowledge and experience, your eye doctor is the best place to go for sudden red eyes, or any eye related problem. So, the next time you have an “eye infection” call us, and we will be happy to see you as soon as possible to get you feeling better.

 

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Contact Lens Health Week
  by admin on August 23rd, 2017

August 21-25 is Contact Lens Health Week. Contact lenses are a great option for vision correction instead of glasses, but proper care must be taken to maintain eye health. When not cared for properly, your eyes are at risk of painful and possibly sight threatening infections. Basic steps for healthy contact lens wear include: washing and drying your hands before handling your contact lenses, cleaning and storing your contacts with appropriate solution, removing your contacts every night before bed, replacing your contacts on the appropriate schedule, and seeing your eye doctor at least once a year. You only have one pair of eyes, so take care of them! If you have questions or problems with your contacts please let us know. And if it’s been over a year since your last exam, call or click at the top of our website to schedule your appointment.


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Red Eyes


  by admin on September 20th, 2017

Red, crusty, watery, painful and mucus-filled eyes are a common problem that people face. These symptoms can cause significant discomfort, and need to be addressed quickly. While many people may assume they have  an eye infection, or scratched their eye, there are literally hundreds of possibilities of what a red eye could be. With so many possibilities, the treatment for red eyes must be specifically tailored to match the cause. A red eye may require anitbiotic, steroid, anti-viral, lubricating, anti-allergy, or pressure-lowering drops. Sometimes oral medication is also needed. With extensive knowledge and experience, your eye doctor is the best place to go for sudden red eyes, or any eye related problem. So, the next time you have an “eye infection” call us, and we will be happy to see you as soon as possible to get you feeling better.

 

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Contact Lens Health Week


  by admin on August 23rd, 2017

August 21-25 is Contact Lens Health Week. Contact lenses are a great option for vision correction instead of glasses, but proper care must be taken to maintain eye health. When not cared for properly, your eyes are at risk of painful and possibly sight threatening infections. Basic steps for healthy contact lens wear include: washing and drying your hands before handling your contact lenses, cleaning and storing your contacts with appropriate solution, removing your contacts every night before bed, replacing your contacts on the appropriate schedule, and seeing your eye doctor at least once a year. You only have one pair of eyes, so take care of them! If you have questions or problems with your contacts please let us know. And if it’s been over a year since your last exam, call or click at the top of our website to schedule your appointment.


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