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Back-To-School Eye Exams
As summer draws to a close, many of us are preparing for the new school year. As you check off school supplies and other back-to-school necessities, be sure to schedule your child’s annual vision exam. August is Children’s Eye Health and Safety Awareness month and during this time, we encourage parents and caregivers to arm themselves with the knowledge to protect their child’s vision. During August, we like to stress the importance of annual vision exams for the early detection and treatment for vision problems before children head back to class. Schedule Your Child’s Back-To-School Vision Exam Children should haveRead More
Protecting Your Vision This Summer
It’s summertime, which means everyone will be spending a lot of time outside enjoying the sun. Though many of us know about using sunblock to fight off the sun’s harmful rays, it is also important to protect your eyes! Here are a few tips on protecting your vision this summer. Sunglasses with UV Protection Just like your skin needs protection from the sun’s strong ultraviolet rays, so do your eyes! During the summer when you’re outside, these rays can be reflected from the water or sand. The best way to protect your eyes is to use sunglasses that protect againstRead More
What is a Stye?
Styes can be an uncomfortable and annoying yet common experience. Fortunately, most of them will go away on their own or with minimal treatment. What Is a Stye? A stye, also known as a hordeolum, is a small red, sometimes painful bump on the eyelid. It is often caused by bacterial staph (staphylococcal) infection and can occur at the base of the eyelash or within a small oil gland of the eyelid. A stye may fill with pus as it becomes infected, however, it is important to not squeeze, pop, or attempt to drain the stye. Causes Sometimes oil glandsRead More