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Am I a candidate for contact lenses?

Eye doctors get asked about contact lenses on a regular basis. We hear things like: ‘Are contact lenses safe?’ ‘Can you sleep in contact lenses?’ ‘Can people with astigmatism wear contacts?’ ‘How do I learn how to put contacts in?’ ‘Can patients who need bifocals …
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Do MULTIFOCAL CONTACTS really work?

Lots of contact lens patients start to lose interest in contacts when Presbyopia (a loss of ability to focus the eyes on near objects) starts to take away their up-close vision. But wait! There are now excellent MULTIFOCAL CONTACTS available that allow patients over age …
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How to find a great local eye doctor

Finding a new doctor of any type can be a daunting task. When you go to the dentist, you want to be sure they take their time and get it right. If you see a chiropractor, you definitely want to find somebody you feel like …
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What is Astigmatism?

Astigmatism is a common cause of blurry vision. In contrast to nearsightedness (AKA myopia), which blurs your distance vision only, astigmatism will blur both your distance and near vision. If your eye doctor tells you that you have this form of refractive error, then you …
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What is LASIK?

Quite often patients who are in for a routine eye exam will ask one of our optometrists about refractive surgery. Many of these people have worn contacts or thick glasses for years; some are great candidates for Lasik, and others not so much. Read on …
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PRK vs. LASIK

Lots of patients who are in for a routine eye exam ask about Lasik, but not many have heard of the closely related surgery called PRK. PRK is short for Photo-Refractive Keratectomy and is a technique that uses lasers to reshape the cornea. Much like …
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