Itchy, Burning, Dry, Or Watery Eyes? What You Need To Do

Posted on: 26 May 2020
If you are experiencing any issues with your eyes that are getting in the way of you seeing on a day-to-day basis, it's time to get to the optometrist for an eye exam and for whatever treatment is necessary in order for you to see properly. Continuing to go through every day without being able to see properly can cause a number of other issues, including extra stress, headaches, and worsening vision problems.
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Eye Exam Services

Posted on: 14 December 2019
How long has it been since you've had your vision checked? Maybe you are great at going to your dentist every six months, and maybe you are even consistent about your one-year health exam with your family doctor. But, when you think about it, perhaps it has been way too long since you've had your eyes checked.  if you have never worn glasses before and you are around forty years old, or even younger, you might find that your eyesight is not as good as it used to be.
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Signs You Need Eye Exam, Even If You Don'T Have Eye Problems

Posted on: 26 April 2019
You don't have to experience eye problems to seek an eye exam. For example, eye problems sometimes manifest themselves in other parts of the body. Here are some signs that mean you should get an eye exam even if your eyes feel okay. Headaches Headaches (especially cluster or migraine headaches) may be a symptom of eye problems. Such headaches usually affect the front of the face. The headaches occur because your eye muscles are weak and have to work extra hard to help your eyes focus on things.
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4 Reasons To Schedule A Visit To An Ophthalmologist

Posted on: 5 December 2018
Your eyes can be affected by a lot of things and keeping them healthy means regular check-ups. If you are having difficulty seeing or focusing, it is time to visit the ophthalmologist to see what is causing the problem. There are some common things that you might not even realize are affecting your eyes but getting to the bottom of vision problems should be taken seriously.  1. Sudden Blurred Vision
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