Begin the New Year Prioritizing Your Eye Health

Unfortunately, the average American doesn’t typically prioritize their eye health as much they should. At the beginning of the year our Nation will see enrollment in weight-loss programs and gym memberships sky-rocket. As people recount their New Year’s Resolutions we see fitness, financial health, getting organized and improving relationships top the list, but few Americans […]

Learning About Diabetic Eye Disease – November is National Diabetes Month.

What is Diabetic Eye Disease? November is National Diabetes Month. Did you know that diabetes is one of the primary reasons for blindness amongst working-age adults in the United States? However, with early detection and preventative treatment prescribed by an eye doctor in a timely manner, this disease can be controlled. Diabetic Eye Disease 101: […]

7 Sight-Saving Habits for Seniors from Corrective Eye Center

We’re here to help with these sight-saving habits… The American Academy of Ophthalmology encourages us to celebrate senior independence in the month of July with these seven sight-saving habits. Among older Americans, visual impairment is one of the most significant contributors to loss of independence; it is also associated with a higher prevalence of chronic […]

Cataracts: Signs, Symptoms and Surgery

Cataracts are the Most Common Cause of Reversible Blindness in the World Are you in need of cataract surgery? Do you know what a cataract is and what causes them? Cataracts are a clouding of the lenses in your eyes, or a progressive loss of clarity in the area of your eyes that focuses what […]