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Beware of Blue Light and Eye Disease-Part 1

November 28, 2014 |

What is blue light and why is it a problem all of a sudden?  More and more information is surfacing in the news about what I will call the “Blue Light Phenomenon”.  For years, doctors have been warning patients about … Read More

My Computer Eyeglasses……. ARE FABULOUS

May 9, 2014 |

For those of you that are old enough to remember, there was a commercial on TV that went like this.  “How do you spell relief?” And the answer was “R-O-L-A-I-D-S”.  This is no longer the answer.  The new answer … Read More

ATTENTION: Todays technology may be harming our eyes

May 7, 2014 |

 Research shows that blue-violet light can be harmful to our eyes.  At this point, just about everyone knows that invisible ultraviolet (UV) light is harmful to our whole body, including our eyes.  We all know we should wear sunscreen … Read More

Will Progressives work for me?

March 28, 2014 |

Progressives are vision correcting lenses that work for multiple purposes, typically far distance, on the computer, and up close reading.  Progressives are often called no-line bifocal, although that description is not completely accurate.  Progressives are prescribed by your eye doctor … Read More

Fun Facts about Eyes & Optix Family Eyecare – Part 2

March 7, 2014 |


FACT….Benjamin Franklin wore the first bifocal eyeglasses. FACT….All eyeglasses are personalized or customized for each person. FACT….Sun glare is a major cause of car accidents

Eyeglasses are available to make your computer vision more efficient. Golfers can benefit from … Read More

New “Eyes” Resolution

January 3, 2014 |

It’s the New Year and everyone is setting their goals for 2014, many of the goals that people traditionally set are related to their health – whether it is eating healthier or exercising more.  Something to think about is your … Read More

Protect Your Eyes with Proper Diet and Nutrition

October 18, 2012 |

There’s so much we can do to protect our eyes and vision.  Wearing protective eyewear when in eye hazardous areas or limiting our exposure to high intensity light is just a couple of ways.   If you maintain proper diet and … Read More

Why Not Just Buy Drugstore Reading Glasses?

October 4, 2012 |

As older adults start losing some of their ability to see close objects or text, it is because they are starting to realize the effects of the condition called presbyopia. When this occurs many hop into the car and head … Read More

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