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Now is the Time to Use Your Medical Insurance

The end of the year is quickly approaching and that means the end of most of your insurance plan benefits. In most cases, unused medical insurance benefits from this year will not be carried over to the new year. So, you should use it before your deductible resets. This also means you should take advantages of any […]

What to Consider When Buying Sunglasses

Sunglasses are often considered a fashion accessory, or something to make you look “cool”, but they’re actually very important in protecting your eyes from harmful UV rays. Here’s five quick tips on what you need to consider when buying sunglasses, and don’t worry, you can still find something that does both protect your eyes and […]

Vision Loss – 10 Steps to Protect Your Eyes from Corrective Eye

Suffering from vision loss, or even the thought of losing your vision can be scary to anyone. However, there are a few simple things you can do to help protect some of your most valuable assets… your eyes. Have Your Eyes Checked – A number of serious eye diseases have no symptoms, and early detection […]

Corrective Eye Center Thanks You for 2016

Looking back at 2016 our thoughts quickly turn to pride as we think about the wonderful people we work with on a daily basis. Our Corrective Eye Center Team is very fortunate to work with such wonderful friends and patients. We truly appreciate the personal relationships formed with all of our patients, and look forward […]

10 Simple Steps to Avoid Dry Eyes This Winter

Colder temperatures have arrived, and like it or not, Old Man Winter is knocking at the door. With winter comes challenges for those who experience dry eyes syndrome, or dry keratitis, caused by insufficient mucus on the surface of the eye. The harsh outdoor climate with chilling wind, blowing snow and reflecting sun rays wreaks […]

Marijuana for Glaucoma? The good, bad and indifferent.

Last week in Ohio the Medical Marijuana law went into effect bringing new treatment options to patients and doctors in a number of fields. While the law went into effect there are still a number of processes and regulations that must be implemented prior to writing a prescription or walking into, a currently non-existent, dispensary. […]