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Clarus Eye Centre is comprised of a team of fellowship-trained ophthalmologists, optometrists, and a caring, professional staff who all work together to help patients of all ages Maintain healthy eyes, Achieve clear vision and Improve their self-confidence through aesthetic and oculoplastic procedures.
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June is Fireworks Eye Safety Month!

By Clarus Eye Centre / June 20, 2019

Fireworks-related eye injuries can combine blunt force trauma, heat burns and chemical exposure. If an eye injury from fireworks occurs, it should be considered a medical emergency. Click here to learn more about eye safety during fireworks season!

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June is Cataract Awareness Month

By Clarus Eye Centre / June 4, 2019

June is cataract awareness month. Cataracts are a leading cause of blindness among older adults in the United States. Download this fact sheet from Prevent Blindness to share crucial facts and myths about cataracts with your patients. Learn More  

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Study Finds Relationship Between Glaucoma and Poor Sleep

By Clarus Eye Centre / May 17, 2019

A study of glaucoma patients with optic nerve damage and vision loss revealed possible connections between glaucoma, vision outcomes and sleep problems. The odds of vision loss were three times higher for people who got 10 or more hours of sleep, compared with those who got seven hours a night. People who slept three or…

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Eye Health Education in Action! March 2, 2019

By Clarus Eye Centre / March 7, 2019

It was a family day of health career information and education at the first annual Olympia High School Health Career Fair, hosted by Providence of Southwest Washington. Dr. Penny Reck and our Marketing Coordinator, Sasha, attended on behalf of Clarus and had a blast! Using toy microscopes, petri dishes displaying images of the fundus, forceps…

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Vision and Driving

By Clarus Eye Centre / December 20, 2018

Written By: Reena Mukamal Reviewed By: Dianna L Seldomridge, MD, MBA   Vision is essential for driving. Good vision helps you identify road hazards, read signs and see your dashboard. Awareness of common vision-related changes and problems can help you and your loved ones stay safe while driving. What kind of visual function is necessary…

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Science and Research Around Blue Light

By Clarus Eye Centre / December 12, 2018

Blue Light is all around us, indoors and especially outdoors. While Blue-Turquoise light helps regulate our circadian rhythm, Blue-Violet Light may be harmful to our eyes. Harmful Blue Light is the blue-violet wavelengths between 415-455nm believed to be most toxic to retinal cells.  Emerging research has pointed to a possible link between exposure to these…

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Clarus Eye Centre’s 50th Anniversary Community Celebration!

By Clarus Eye Centre / September 18, 2018

Clarus Eye Centre would like to extend a heartfelt “thank you” to our wonderful community, who has supported us for the past 50 years! We look forward to continuing to serve you now, and in the future, for all your eye care needs! Check out images for our 50th Anniversary Community Celebration! ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC”…

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Should you be concerned about Blue Light from your Smart Phone Blinding you?

By Clarus Eye Centre / September 5, 2018

A recently released study has been creating both concern in the public and alarmist headlines from news outlets worldwide. But experts caution that the news reports are leaping to unfounded conclusions about the potential effects of blue light on the eye. READ THE FULL ARTICLE HERE >> Related Article: Should you be worried about Blue Light? Related Article: Are Computer Glasses…

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Clarus Eye Centre was voted Best Eye Care Service!

By Clarus Eye Centre / September 4, 2018

Have you heard? Clarus Eye Centre was voted Best Eye Care Service 2018 by Showcase Magazine! Thank you to everyone who voted for us, we are so honored to have won this award in both 2017 and 2018!  

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CLARUS OPTICAL’S 12TH ANNUAL CRUISIN’ FOR A CURE EVENT

By Clarus Eye Centre / July 30, 2018

When: August 4th Location: Clarus Eye Centre Parking Lot Cruisin’ for a Cure is Clarus Optical’s 12th Annual Hot Rod, Motorcycle and Classic Car Show! All proceeds from this event go to American Cancer Society and Seattle Children’s Hospital “Strong Against Cancer”. Car registration opens at 8:00 AM, with an award presentation at 3:30 PM.

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