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New Eyezen Lenses

We are now offering the new Eyezen lenses to protect against harmful blue light. First things first, what is harmful blue light? Blue light is a portion of the visible light spectrum with the shortest wavelengths and highest energy. Ok,…

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Contact Lenses for Sports

Many adults and children have vision problems such as, nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism which requires corrective lenses. These adults and children may also be athletes and wearing glasses to play sports may become a hassle. Advantages of wearing contacts for…

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Vision and Learning Month

August is National Vision and Learning Month. What does this mean? This month is to help educate teachers and parents about the connection between vision and learning. 1 in 10 children have a vision problem significant enough to impact learning….

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Introducing Ultra for Presbyopia Contact Lenses

Bausch and Lomb has introduced a new contact lens: Ultra for Presbyopia. This is a monthly multifocal lens. If you experience blurred vision at near, you may be a candidate for this new contact lens. What is presbyopia? Presbyopia usually…

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Red and Green Lenses

Happy Monday! Today I wanted to talk to you about Red and Green lenses that we use in therapy. These are most commonly used for when a child has a lazy eye or amblyopia. This means that one eye does…

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INTRODUCING NEW LIPIFLOW® TREAMENT FOR DRY EYE SUFFERERS

Our Nashville Location is now offering a new, breakthrough treatment for dry eye sufferers. If you are experiencing eye dryness, irritation, light sensitivity, vision fluctuations, contact lens intolerance and eye fatigue, you may be a candidate for a new treatment…

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COVD Annual Meeting

Hello! Emily here. As some of you know, I was in St. Louis last week for the College of Optometrist in Vision Development (COVD) annual conference. COVD has a meeting once a year. They have a lot of great courses…

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April is Women’s Eye Health and Safety Awareness Month

Did you know? Glaucoma, Cataracts and Age Related Macular Degeneration are more common in women than men. Why are these eye diseases more common in women than men? Women live longer than men and they are also affected by hormonal…

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Glaucoma Awareness Month

Glaucoma is a term used to refer to a group of eye diseases that ultimately cause damage to the optic nerve. Unfortunately, there is no cure for glaucoma; but there are treatments available to help manage the condition and prevent…

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Happy 2016

Happy 2016! It’s a new year and a new start. People have started to set goals of losing weight, getting organized or eating healthier, but what if you had one simple goal of 2016? Getting an eye exam and keeping…

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