A Close Up of Presbyopia

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Through each stage of life, from infancy through adulthood, your eyes and visual needs will change. One of those changes, and arguably the largest and most frustrating, will come in your early 40’s. Yes, we are referring to the need for reading glasses which is technically referred to as presbyopia. Presbyopia is the […]

Sunglasses: Protect Your Peepers

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June brings with it, not only the first day of summer, but also National Sunglasses Day (6/27). In keeping with these two annual milestones, let’s chat about the importance of wearing sunglasses! Many people simply think of sunglasses as a summertime fashion accessory but don’t stop to consider the benefits […]

May is Healthy Vision Month

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What does that mean for you? It means that now is the time to schedule a comprehensive eye exam. While these are one of the exams we may often let fall by the wayside, they are extremely important to maintain our eye health. Comprehensive eye exams serve several purposes. During these exams, […]

Ocular Side Effects: Topamax, Antidepressants, Viagra, Plaquenil, Prednisone

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It’s well established that many common medications can cause eye and vision symptoms.  In this article we’ll be going through some of the ocular side effects of topamax, andidepressants, viagra, accutane, plaquenil, and prednisone.    It’s important that everyone taking these medications know the potential side effects.   Some symptoms may […]

spring allergies

A Breakdown of Ocular Allergies by Dr. Wang

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Are your eyes constantly red? Do people always ask you why you always look like you have been crying? Redness and puffiness around the eyes could be a sign of chronic allergic conjunctivitis associated with environmental allergies. A Chemical Chain Reaction An allergic reaction is an immune system response to […]