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Does Dry Eye Cause Floaters?

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Seeing Spots & Feeling Dry? When unusual spots are floating across your vision, you might wonder if you have an eye problem. It’s always wise to get your eyes assessed when you experience vision or eye changes. After an eye exam, your optometrist can determine if you’re experiencing a symptom of ocular disease, including chronic […]

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When Is It Too Late To Treat Lazy Eye?

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Lazy eye is a common condition that can affect vision if not treated properly.  Regular eye exams with the optometrist can help identify and treat conditions like lazy eye early to prevent long-term vision issues from developing. It’s important to take your child in for annual eye exams.  Fortunately, there are many treatments available for […]

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Does Myopia Get Worse with Age?

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Does Myopia Get Worse with Age? Can Age Affect Myopia? Myopia (nearsightedness) is one of the most common vision problems globally, and it’s only growing. Some research suggests that 50% of the world’s population will have myopia by 2050. Early diagnosis of myopia and vision problems is the best method of preventing worsening conditions. Primarily, […]

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Can Myopia Be Reversed?

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Can Myopia Be Reversed? Myopia Insight Your vision and your ocular health are inseparable. Keeping an eye on vision changes is essential for adult eye exams and pediatric eye exams. Although myopia is typically discussed for its impacts on sight, it’s also a big part of your health and lifestyle. Unfortunately, without a time machine, […]

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