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Seeing to Your Child's Vision Care

As a good parent, you want to do your best to ensure the health, safety, and happiness of your child. Staying up to date on routine medical and dental checkups is fundamental to a child's overall well being. This is also true for vision care.

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Corneal Abrasions: Causes, Syptoms, and Treatment

Our sense of sight allows us to enjoy our surroundings and facilitates many of the activities in our daily lives. Approximately 80% of the information from our environment is gathered and perceived by way of our eyes.

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What Is Orthokeratology?

Imagine being able to enjoy the benefits of clear, crisp vision throughout the day without having to wear eyeglasses or contact lenses. Believe it or not, thanks to advances in optical technology many people affected by refractive errors can eliminate the need for corrective lenses during waking, daytime hours simple by wearing specially designed contact lenses just at night.

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Shedding Some Light on Night Blindness

For many people, the quality of vision they possess at night is significantly less than the eyesight they enjoy during the day. Although not completely blind, these individuals have something known as night blindness or nyctalopia.

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Taking A Look at Photokeratitis

While everyone is well aware of what a day in the sun can do to unprotected skin, fewer people know their eyes can also get sunburned. Photokeratitis is a painful condition that occurs after prolonged exposure to ultraviolet rays from the sun and other UV light sources.

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Focusing on Retinal Health

How do your eyes convert reflected light into the images that you see? The process begins at the retina, a thin layer of tissue at the back of the eye. Here millions of photoreceptor cells translate the focused light, which has passed through the cornea and lens into full-color visual information.

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Your Aging Eyes

It's a fact of life that as time passes and one year turns into the next, we all grow old. Despite the many ways we may try to mask any external signs of aging and strive for a more youthful appearance, there are physical changes that go beyond the wrinkles, affecting the way we move, view and hear the world.

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Eye Exams and Guarding Against Glaucoma

Your eyesight is a precious gift and guarding against vision loss is essential to maintaining your quality of life. By taking the simple step of making a comprehensive eye examination part of your healthcare routine you can protect your vision for a lifetime.

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What Are Floaters?

While floaters that appear as thread-like strands, cobweb-type shapes, or small shadowy dots can be very annoying, they are frequently benign and not a sign of retinal damage. However, in some cases, floaters and flashers are indicative of a more severe condition that can lead to vision loss.

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