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Keep up-to-date on the latest vision-related news and eye care events in our Practice.

Ensure Vision Health for Academic Success This School Year

20/20 Eyecare discusses the critical role of vision health in a child's learning process, detailing how poor focus, reading difficulties, and compromised hand-eye coordination can hinder academic and social development.

Choose the Best Sports Eyewear for Safety and Performance

20/20 Eyecare emphasizes the importance of selecting appropriate sports eyewear based on the type of sport and environmental conditions. We outline key factors, such as sport-specific demands, lens technology, frame design, and comfort.

The Benefits of Daily Disposable Contact Lenses for Summer

20/20 Eyecare highlights the advantages of using daily disposable contact lenses during summer. We discuss the benefits, such as enhanced hygiene, convenience, reduced allergy symptoms, and optimal eye health.

Dry Eye Syndrome: Why Women Are More at Risk

20/20 Eyecare highlights why women are more susceptible to dry eye syndrome, exploring factors such as hormonal changes, autoimmune disorders, and longevity.

Current Glaucoma Treatment Options

January is National Glaucoma Awareness Month.Glaucoma affects between 3 and 4 million Americans and is the number two cause of preventable blindness worldwide. About 50% of patients with glaucoma are currently undiagnosed. It is sobering to think about how many of you reading this article right now currently have undiagnosed...

What Do Your Eyes Reveal About You?

An individual's eyes can reveal a lot about them, including their mood, feelings, and even emotions. By simply looking at them, eyes can convey a warm, bright, and inviting vibe as well as a cold and repellent one - they are the window to a person's soul. The Iris: What...

Potential Alcohol Effects on Vision & Eye Health

While we all know that drinking alcohol can harm our bodies, what does it do specifically to our eyes? Short-term exposure to alcohol can alter vision, but what about repeated exposure to alcohol? Are there any permanent effects that you need to worry about? People who consider themselves to be "social drinkers"...

You’re Never Too Old to Try Contacts!

Are you one of those people who tried contacts in the past, but had no luck? Perhaps you found them dry and uncomfortable, or your allergies made them impossible to wear?  Maybe you were unable to see as clearly compared to your glasses, or you never needed glasses but now...