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Special Concerns for Diabetic Patients

According to the American Diabetes Association, there are over 25 million Americans living with diabetes today.  And, while we typically associate the condition simply with high levels of blood sugar, the problems don’t just end there.  Diabetes can have far-reaching systemic effects as well.  These include high blood pressure, heart disease and for the purposes […]

  • Posted on: Aug 1 2012
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97% Would Recommend LASIK to Friend or Relative

When it comes to eye surgery, what is the true measure of success?  Is it the number of procedures that are performed?  Sure, while that figure can certainly speak volumes, that’s not the most important factor.  Rather, for us, the success of a LASIK procedure lies in patient satisfaction.  That is, whether the patient would […]

  • Posted on: Jun 29 2012
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About 70% of People Will Have Cataracts by Age 75

So, how common are cataracts? The answer may surprise you. According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO), “By age 75, about 70 percent of people will have cataracts.” With a startling figure like that, you may be wondering, “What should I know about this condition?” Here’s a brief introduction. Like a camera, your eye […]

  • Posted on: Jun 1 2012
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Top 5 LASIK Eye Surgery Myths

In today’s world, most people have heard of LASIK eye surgery, but not everyone knows the whole story.  And, even though this cutting-edge procedure appears frequently in the national media, LASIK continues to be surrounded by a host of myths and misunderstandings.  Let’s take a moment to clear things up. Here is our list of […]

  • Posted on: May 7 2012
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If you have diabetes, you likely know that there are some things you need to do every day to make sure you’re healthy and happy. Planning .... . . read more

Why Would I Need Eye Exercises?

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