How To Be Your Own Advocate with Your Vision & Eye Care

What’s your plan for your vision and eye care? If this question made you pause or scratch your head, you’re not alone. A lot of people get their eyes checked when they experience itchiness, pain or need to update their prescription. But there is immense value in approaching your eye care more proactively. Doing so requires you to become your own health advocate. Here’s how to take on this important role for you and your family.

Posted in Optometry Information, Eye Health Tips, UV Damage to Eyes, Avoid Dry Eyes, Eye Exam, makeup and eye health, Eye Health Care Tips, Ways to Improve Eye Health, Digital Strain, Yearly Eye Exam, children's eye care, Vision Care

How Our Mindset About Technology Benefits Our Patients

When it comes time for a vision exam or procedure, you want the best for your eyes. This starts with doctors like ours, who are the most elite fellowship trained specialists with extensive experience. In addition, the best eye care requires the latest eye care technology. Luckily for our patients, we prioritize and invest in the most cutting-edge technology every day. Here’s how, and why that matters.

Posted in Optometry Information, primary eye care, Eye Exam, Ways to Improve Eye Health, Yearly Eye Exam, Vision Care, New Eye Care Technology

6 Eye-Related Gifts You Can Give This Holiday Season

In many ways, it feels like the holiday season of 2020 just ended - and yet here we are zooming ahead to December once more. With gift giving at the heart of many holidays, we wanted to bring you some ideas for eye care gifts that will delight your loved ones and/or protect their peepers. Here are a few gifts to consider.

Posted in Optometry Information, Eye Exam, makeup and eye health, Yearly Eye Exam, Vision Care

HSA & FSA Deadlines: What You Should Know

If you have a Health Savings Account (HSA) or Flexible Spending Account (FSA), you might be aware that some changes were made to both recently. From HSA deadlines to FSA deadlines to contribution increases, there were several noteworthy FSA and HSA changes that took place. Here’s what you should know, especially if you’re considering using funds from either account to pay for LASIK or other eye-related expenses.

Posted in Financing, Cataract Lens Cost, FSA, Vision Care, HSA

Is It Possible to Get Cataracts Again After Surgery?

So you have a cataract, and have heard you can possibly develop another one even after cataract surgery. Now you’re wondering, “is cataract surgery worth it?” Here’s a look at the facts, so you can make the most informed decision possible.

Posted in Blended Vision, Cataract Information, Types of Cataract Surgery Lenses, Intraocular Lenses, Cataract Surgery Options, Cataract Evaluation, Cataract Lens Options, Cataract Lens Cost, Signs of Cataracts, Vision Care

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