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Myopia (nearsighted or shortsighted) is commonly understood as the inability to see far away objects clearly without glasses or contact lenses. It is, in fact, much more than that.
Macular degeneration, commonly referred to as AMD, is an eye condition that damages the central parts of our vision. Drusen, a waste material that is toxic to the retina, builds up inside of the eye.
If you’ve been diagnosed with cataracts, you may wonder if cataract surgery is right around the corner. Not to worry. There are many preventive steps you can take to slow the progression of cataracts and preserve your vision.
The best way to see if you have eye problems from high blood sugar is to have a dilated eye examination done by your eye doctor.
Our eye doctor will begin by assessing your risk level for developing glaucoma. This will help determine the frequency and extent of testing needed.
Our doctors at Grand Eye Care fit a wide variety of soft, gas-permeable, and specialty contact lenses. Even if you have been told that you aren’t a good candidate for contact lenses or aren’t able to be fit in contact lenses...
Ocular surface disease (OSD) describes a group of conditions that affect the front surfaces of the eye known as the conjunctiva and cornea.
It is important to see an eye care provider when you experience an issue with your vision or eyes. If you are experiencing eye pain, severe redness, loss of vision, flashing lights, then you should contact our office immediately to be scheduled for an eye examination.
Keratoconus is a disease of the cornea that causes the cornea to become thinner over time. As the cornea becomes thinner, it changes shape and begins to protrude outward in a cone shape.
Damage to the eye can result is low vision, vision impairment, and blindness. Individuals that have low vision, vision impairment, or blindness may find it difficult to see things clearlyPediatric Eye Examinations with their prescription glasses.
Did you know that the American Optometric Association recommends that a child’s first eye examination should be performed at 6 months of age?