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  • Can diabetes-related eye problems be prevented?

    Can diabetes-related eye problems be prevented?
  • What is diabetic retinopathy?

    What is diabetic retinopathy?
  • At what age can a child wear contacts during sports activities?

    At what age can a child wear contacts during sports activities?
  • What is the difference between a sight test and an eye exam?

    What is the difference between a sight test and an eye exam?
  • What’s new in eye glass frames?

    What's new in eye glass frames?
  • Are there any new advances in contact lenses?

    Are there any new advances in contact lenses?
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  • Rachel’s Story

    Find out how a Doctor of Optometry helped diagnose Rachel with a serious health issue that was affecting more than her vision.
  • Edward’s Story

    Edward's school struggles and coordination were misdiagnosed as ADD. Watch his story to find out how treatment from a Doctor of Optometry helped change his life.
  • Braydin’s Story

    After visiting a Doctor of Optometry, Braydin’s mom realized the importance of bringing her child in for an eye exam. Watch his story.
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  • Opt for a Doctor of Optometry and skip the ER line

    Opt for a Doctor of Optometry and skip the ER line When David Kelly woke up with a lump on his left eyelid that was itchy and sore, he called his Doctor of Optometry to have it checked, even though he didn’t think it was serious. But his Doctor thought otherwise and gave him an [...]

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  • Scary Halloween Eye Health Risks

    Doctors of Optometry caution parents to consider potential risks to children during Halloween. It’s not uncommon for this enjoyable holiday to take some not-so-fun turns, and there are things people can do to help protect kids – and their vision. One of the main concerns Doctors of Optometry have is the potential danger associated with [...]

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  • Book an eye exam and help your child see their full potential

            Book an eye exam and help your child see their full potential. A little information can go a very long way. Five-year-old, Hunter, can not only see the blackboard now, but he sees a whole new world after a long undiagnosed vision problem was identified and corrected. Hunter’s mother, Ashley McLaughlin, [...]

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