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Tyson Eye Named to Top 100 Best Companies List

ST. PETERSBURG, FL — Tyson Eye was recently named one of Florida’s Best Companies To Work For. The annual Best Companies To Work For In Florida list featured in the August issue of Florida Trend magazine ranks 100 companies in small, medium and large employer categories. To participate, companies or government entities were required to have at least 15 workers

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Protecting Eyes Against the Summer Heat

Hot summer temperatures can not only make us sweaty and uncomfortable, but they can also impact our eye health and vision. Here are some ways that you can protect your eyes from the heat and other summer perils. Hot Weather Eye Issues: 1. Dry Eyes Soaring temperatures can cause the tear film on your eyes to dry more quickly, causing

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The Benefits of UV Protection Lenses

Many people understand the importance of applying sunscreen when spending the day in the sun and being aware of the damaging effects that UV rays can have on their skin, including causing cancer. They may not realize that those same UV rays can cause damage to their eyes and their vision. That’s why it’s important to ensure that glasses lenses

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Best Lenses for Cataract Surgery

When you have cataracts, the natural lens of your eye becomes cloudy, causing blurred or distorted vision. During cataract surgery, your eye surgeon removes the natural clouded lens of your eye and replaces it with an artificial lens, called an interocular lens (IOL). The new IOL will be clear and free of the clouding that has been blurring your vision.

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Eye Dilation: What is it and How Long Does it Last?

Getting your eyes dilated is an important part of any eye exam, but if you haven’t had it done before, you may be a little nervous about it. Don’t be! It’s totally harmless and gives your eye doctor a better look at the back of your eyes to help spot any signs of common eye conditions like glaucoma, age-related macular

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Healthy Vision Month: Tips to Keep Your Eyes Healthy

It’s Healthy Vision Month, a great time to remind you to take steps to protect your eye health, reduce your risk of eye disease, and keep seeing clearly. Here are some tips to ensure that you’re able to keep enjoying the activities you love with clear and healthy vision. Eat Right & Stay Active Your eyes and vision are impacted

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What You Need to Know About the Light Adjustable Lens

If you’re a candidate for cataract surgery, we have good news. You may also be a candidate for an advanced interocular lens (IOLs) which can not only replace your natural lens that was damaged by the cataract, but is designed to correct your vision – often reducing the need for prescription glasses or contacts. Tyson Eye has experienced and trusted

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What to Expect During Your Eye Exam

If you’ve never had an eye exam before or it’s been a long time since your last one, you may wonder what to expect. Relax! Eye exams are usually relatively quick, painless, and can make a huge difference in your quality of life and overall health.  Regular eye exams can detect issues like glaucoma or macular degeneration early and treat

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What are the Symptoms and Causes of Cataracts?

Cataracts are a very common eye condition in which protein builds up in the lens of the eye, clouding the lens, and making it hard to see clearly. Over 24.4 million people in the U.S. have cataracts and unfortunately, age is the number one risk factor for developing cataracts. By age 80, more than half of all Americans have cataracts.

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What are the Symptoms, Causes, Diagnosis and Treatments for Glaucoma?

Glaucoma, which is a group of eye conditions that damage the optic nerve, is one of the leading causes of blindness for people over the age of 60. The damage to the optic nerve is usually caused by too much pressure inside your eye, usually due to a buildup of fluid. Some forms of glaucoma have virtually no symptoms until

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