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Why Eye Exams Matter and How Often you Should Get Them

  You have probably wondered why eye exams matter and how often you should get them. When it comes to maintaining a healthy lifestyle, it’s safe to say most people would tell you the absolute must-dos include eating a healthy diet, exercising and getting regular checkups. Surprisingly, many might not include regular eye exams in… Read More


Blue Light Electronics Causing Digital Eye Strain

  Today’s all things digital, screen-obsessed world has a lot of people concerned the exposure that blue light electronics emit may cause digital eye strain. Considering some studies suggest 60% of people spend over six hours a day in front of a digital screen, they may be right to be concerned. Understanding blue light  What… Read More


Common Corneal Problems and Surgeries

    What is the Cornea and What Does it Do? The eye is often described as the biological equivalent of a camera. One important part of this camera is the cornea. The cornea is the transparent front covering of the eye which provides protection to the eye’s delicate internal anatomy. It also allows the… Read More


How Nutrition Affects Vision

It’s safe to say you don’t have to look far for reasons to maintain a healthy diet. After all, we all know poor eating habits can contribute to some of the most debilitating health issues there are. Conditions like heart disease, high-blood pressure, diabetes, and even some cancers. Nutrition also affects the very things we… Read More


The Importance of UV Protection

The Importance of UV Protection Some of the best things in life are free, but that doesn’t mean they’re always free of unfortunate side effects. Take the glorious Florida sunshine for example. People travel from around the world to bask in its golden rays. Since all that basking can contribute to skin cancer, you can… Read More


Things That Cause a Higher Risk of Glaucoma

When it comes to your vision, the age-old expression an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, should be words to live by. After all, according to a study done by the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, when it comes to ranking the diseases Americans fear the most, losing your sight… Read More


Diabetes and Retina Issues

According to the American Diabetes Association, approximately 1.25 million Americans have Type 1 diabetes. As if that figure isn’t daunting enough, 1.5 million new cases are diagnosed every year. One of the more debilitating effects of diabetes is vision loss. In fact, it’s the leading cause of blindness among working age adults. To understand how… Read More


Say Goodbye to Glasses after Cataract Surgery with UV Adjustable IOLs

For some patients, cataract surgery doesn’t mean ditching your glasses after the procedure. But the FDA’s approval of the innovative UV Adjustable IOL (intraocular lens), could potentially increase the number of people who are able to go “spectacle-free” after cataract surgery. So, what is a UV Adjustable IOL? Let’s start with the basics. IOL (intraocular… Read More


How Cataract Surgery Can Improve your Life

There’s no question poor vision can affect about every area of your life. In fact, it can make the most routine tasks difficult. Every day activities like driving, playing a game of pickleball, or simply walking the dog can become impossible. And in more serious cases, vision impairment can even affect your livelihood and overall… Read More


Say Goodbye to Dry Eye – Know the Triggers

The saying “bringing someone to tears” takes on a whole new meaning if you’ve ever suffered from dry eye. Yes, that itchy, burning sensation that feels like someone just threw sand in your eyes? These can all be symptoms of dry eye syndrome and are pretty tough to ignore. The condition is usually the result… Read More


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Naples, FL 34103
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North Fort Myers, FL 33903
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