Whether you wear them full time or part time, contact lenses are a great alternative to glasses. With technology constantly evolving, we have the latest in lens options. So, if you have not considered contacts in the past, now is a good time to give them a try!
It's that time of year again! Birds are chirping, leaves are returning to the trees, flowers are blooming, and everything is covered in a thick yellow dust.
Dry Eye Disease is a condition that causes the surface of the eyes to be dry. It is extremely common with over two thirds of our patients being affected.
Do you know what 20/20 actually means? Have you been told you have astigmatism but are unsure what that is? Does color blind mean you cannot see color? What does it mean to be “legally blind”?
You've probably noticed the days getting shorter and the hours of darkness increasing. So how does this change in natural light affect us? Many people experience Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD, during the fall and winter months.
Does the term ocular melanoma ring a bell? You may remember hearing about it last year when almost 40 people who attended Auburn University in the 1980's and 1990's were diagnosed with this rare cancer.
Have you ever wondered what you could do to prevent an eye disease that is common in your family? Some conditions are genetic in nature, but there are some lifestyle alterations we can make to improve overall eye health,
Do you suffer from digital eye strain? In today’s world of digital devices, it is a common complaint!