Meet our Newest LASIK Technology, iDESIGN®, and All the Benefits that Come with It

At Horizon, we’ve always prided ourselves on being at the forefront of new corrective eye surgery procedures, which includes staying on top of new and improved technology. To this end, we’ve been using top of the line CustomVue iLASIK and KAMRA technology to power our LASIK procedures- with great results.

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Why You Should Invest in Your Vision in 2019

The new year is almost upon us, and if you’re like most people, you’re ready to set some resolutions. But even if you’re not a fan of resolutions, the start of a new year is always a good time to set goals and intentions. So, what’s on your list for 2019? What do you want to improve or change in order to get you a better quality of life? 

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Keep Your Eyes Healthy This Winter

If you’ve been a regular at your optometrist’s office over the years, and wear contact lenses or glasses, you’re probably pretty familiar with eye care best practices. Wash your hands if you need to touch your eyes. Take out your contacts every night. Use allergy drops if your eyes get irritated in certain high-allergen seasons. See your eye doctor at least once per year. The list goes on… but did you know that your eye health requires some additional attention in the colder months of the year? It’s true. Here are some winter health tips for you, so you can keep your eyes in great shape all year long. 

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December is Safe Toys & Celebrations Month

It’s mid-December and you’re full-swing in the holiday spirit… and who can blame you? This is many people’s favorite time of year, a magical season for kids and adults alike. But along with the gingerbread lattes, boughs of holly and gift exchanges are some serious safety concerns. Especially when it comes to children, there are some real risks with Christmas toy safety. In fact, roughly 10 percent of kids’ eye injuries that result in ER visits are caused by toys. 

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November is Diabetic Eye Disease Awareness Month

Most of us are pretty familiar with what diabetes is, but have you heard about diabetic eye disease? This term refers to a group of different eye conditions that people with diabetes often have, including diabetic retinopathy, diabetic macular edema (DME), cataracts and glaucoma.

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