Patient Resources/Education

Home Remedies for Simple Eye Problems

WE ARE HERE for your continual care requirements, for eye care related emergencies, and via telemedicine. However, there are a number of home remedies for simple eye problems you can utilize if needed. Check out this great article from the American Academy of Opthalmology for more! If your eye care needs go beyond any of…
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Safety Tips for Home Eye Hazards

Many of us who are able to stay home during this pandemic are utilizing the extra time to get some extra projects done around the house, but some tasks can be hazardous to your eye health! Don’t forget to protect those peepers with safety goggles whenever possible and check out this link for more safety…
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June is Cataract Awareness Month

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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Vision and Driving

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

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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