Protect Your Eye Health While Swimming

Posted by: Center for Sight in Eye Health, July 9, 2024

protect your eye health while swimming

Summer is officially in full swing, and what better way to escape the endless heat than to splash in cool water. Before you head out for your next swim, we want to open your eyes to some helpful eye health tips for summer fun at the pool. Protect Your Tear Film  What is a tear… Read More

July is UV Awareness Month

Posted by: Center for Sight in Uncategorized, June 25, 2024

We welcomed summer last week, and this week, we celebrate National Sunglasses Day on June 27, 2024. As we approach July, which marks UV Safety Month, it’s a perfect time to grab your best sunglasses while you are out and about to enjoy your favorite summer activities. Did you know it wasn’t until the 1900s… Read More

Your Eyelashes Are More Than Just For Beauty

Posted by: Center for Sight in Eye Health, June 18, 2024

Eyelashes are not just a popular beauty trend. They are a vital part of our eye health, acting as a protective barrier against debris, infection, or injury. Understanding their natural growth cycle, which occurs every six to ten weeks when they replace themselves after a few are lost, is key to maintaining their health. The… Read More

June is Cataract Awareness Month

Posted by: Center for Sight in Eye Health, May 29, 2024

June is a significant month for us as it’s Cataract Awareness Month. Our eye doctors, in collaboration with Prevent Blindness, are committed to raising awareness about cataracts, one of the leading causes of treatable vision loss in the United States. According to Prevent Blindness, over 24.4 million Americans will develop cataracts. As the American population… Read More

May is Healthy Vision Month

Posted by: Center for Sight in Eye Health, May 1, 2024

May is Healthy Vision Month

Spring is here with lots of sunshine and warmer weather, leading to many people exercising and having fun outdoors. There is something about the warm weather that encourages us to live a healthier and more physically fit lifestyle, including eating seasonal fruits and vegetables, taking long walks in the park, and even having a set… Read More

Our Eyes Change As We Age

Posted by: Center for Sight in Eye Health, April 17, 2024

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As we age, we undergo a few changes as adults, from our hair turning gray to changes in our eyesight. One of our priorities is ensuring our patients are empowered with information to know what to expect to minimize eye health risks. What Are Common Age-Related Vision Changes? What Are Some Major Age-Related Eye Diseases?… Read More

Tips to Manage Spring Eye Allergies

Posted by: Center for Sight in Eye Health, March 12, 2024

Spring is a season that symbolizes new beginnings. After enduring the cold and harsh winter months, we can finally look forward to the blooming of flowers and spending more time outdoors. This year, the season will officially begin on Tuesday, March 19th, which marks the first day of Spring. It is the time of year… Read More

Interesting Facts About Cataracts

Posted by: Center for Sight in Eye Health, February 21, 2024

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As we grow older, some eye diseases like cataracts become more common. Cataract is a condition where the eye’s clear lens becomes cloudy, leading to a decline in vision. Over 50% of Americans aged 80 or above have either undergone surgery to remove cataracts or are currently diagnosed with it. Initially, cataracts may not be… Read More

February is AMD Awareness Month

Posted by: Center for Sight in Eye Health, January 30, 2024

February is Age-Related Macular Degeneration Awareness Month. Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD) is a problem with your retina. It happens when a part of the retina called the macula is damaged. With AMD, you lose your central vision. You cannot see fine details, whether you are looking at something close or far. However, your peripheral (side)… Read More

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