Latest News

Can I Have Cataract Surgery if I Have Ma...
We are frequently asked if it’s wise to have cataract surgery if you have Macular Degeneration. Let’s sta...
What's that lump on my eyelid?
So you’re going about your day and notice a slight twinge when you blink. It starts off as a mild awareness then p...
What Everyone Should Know About Macular...
Age-related macular degeneration, often called ARMD or AMD, is the leading cause of vision loss among Americans 65 and o...
Eye Color and You
Remember back to the last time you experienced the birth of a baby. What was one of the most common questions people ask...
What is Minimally Invasive Glaucoma Surg...
For over 40 years the standard surgical treatment for glaucoma was a procedure called a trabeculectomy. In a trabecul...
protective eyewear article
 

Never overlook the importance of safety eyewear when playing sports. Every year, hundreds of men, women, and children are injured while playing sports. To help prevent sports-related eye injuries, athletes should use protective athletic eyewear whether or not prescription eyewear is needed. One choice is a sports frame with prescription or non-prescription polycarbonate lenses. Baseball or softball players who are hit in or near the eye, or suffer a blow to the head, should seek immediate care at a hospital emergency room or from an eye care professional.