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  1. Should You Rest Your Eyes Before an Eye Exam?

    Should You Rest Your Eyes Before an Eye Exam? If your last eye exam was a while ago, you might be wondering what to expect. At For Eyes, we help our patients by performing a comprehensive evaluation of the eyes, starting with a quick discussion of your eye health concerns.  Once our eye doctors have a good grasp of your vision loss symptoms and review your family’s medical history, Read more...
  2. How to Schedule an Eye Exam

    How to Schedule an Eye Exam The time is coming for your annual eye exam. We know it can be challenging to pencil this into your busy schedule, but preventive eye care is one of the most practical ways to mitigate vision issues. Consider these facts: You’re most likely to get cataracts after you turn 55. However, they can also develop in kids.  If any of your family Read more...
  3. Can an Eye Test Detect High Blood Pressure?

    Can an Eye Test Detect High Blood Pressure? High blood pressure (also called hypertension) takes place when your blood exerts too much force against the area around your blood vessels. Anything above 140 over 90 mm Hg is considered high blood pressure, by most standards.  According to recent findings, 33 percent of people in the U.S. possess high blood pressure. And about 20 percent of Read more...
  4. How Can You Tell If Diabetes Is Affecting Your Eyes?

    How Can You Tell If Diabetes Is Affecting Your Eyes? Many symptoms of eye diseases and other problems begin in the eyes, and diabetes is one of them. What is diabetes? It’s a health issue characterized by a high volume of glucose (or blood sugar).  People with diabetes can’t process insulin well, which prevents the body from using glucose as an energy source. There are various kinds of Read more...
  5. What Are the Most Common Diabetic Eye Disease Symptoms?

    What Are the Most Common Diabetic Eye Disease Symptoms? Diabetes affects many parts of your life and body, including your eyes. Over time, this condition can cause diabetic eye diseases, which can lead to complete vision loss. While this may sound alarming, did you know that almost 50 percent of people in the U.S. aren’t sure if there are symptoms for diabetic eye diseases? That can make it difficult Read more...
  6. 3 Reasons to Go to the Eye Doctor

    3 Reasons to Go to the Eye Doctor The importance of eyes can’t be said enough. You use your eyes to see, learn, read, and experience all that life has to offer. Many health problems, such as diabetes, also show the first symptoms in the eyes, prompting you to seek treatment when necessary.  Going to the eye doctor is an excellent way to keep tabs on your eyes and ensure Read more...
  7. 3 Most Common Eye Questions and Answers

     3 Most Common Eye Questions and Answers Since we started in 1972, we have heard our fair share of eye questions--and answers are easy to come by, thanks to our optometrists’ wide range of expertise. As someone who plans to schedule an eye exam soon, you will likely appreciate knowing some of the jargon surrounding eye exams (even though our eye doctors do their best to explain things Read more...
  8. How Often Should You Get Your Eye Prescription Checked?

    How Often Should You Get Your Eye Prescription Checked? Being proactive is one of the best ways to take care of vision issues early on. We recommend having regular eye examsas a preventive eye care technique that can help our eye doctors catch any eye health issues that may be coming your way.  One essential component of every eye exam is looking into your current eyewear (if you have it). How Read more...
  9. How to Find the Best Eye Doctor for Kids

    How to Find the Best Eye Doctor for Kids Did you know that children with unresolved vision problems can have issues in the classroom and with sports? Working with the right children’s eye doctor is crucial to staying ahead of these problems so that your little one can enjoy a happy, fulfilled life.  Keep reading to find out when to bring your child to see an eye doctor for kids ( Read more...
  10. What Not to Do Before an Eye Exam

    What Not to Do Before an Eye Exam According to the American Optometric Association (AOA), annual eye exams are essential because they allow an optometrist to catch severe eye issues early enough to create a plan for treatment. Waiting too long (or missing eye appointments) can make your eye condition progress faster than it can be treated.  Just as delaying your eye doctor Read more...

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