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Hand-held Laser Pointers Pose Risk of Eye Injury

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The FDA recently issued a statement warning consumers about the risk of eye injury associated with exposure to hand-held laser pointers. Often, hand-held laser pointers are misused as toys. The FDA has placed a limit on the visible light power of laser pointers to 5 milliwatts. What many consumers don’t realize is, even at 5 […]

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10 Things You Need to Know About Glaucoma

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You may have heard of glaucoma, but how familiar are you with this eye disease? Often, glaucoma is misunderstood. Here are 10 facts about the eye disease you need to know: 1. Glaucoma is one of the leading causes of blindness It is estimated that three million Americans have the disease, but only half know they […]

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Glaucoma 101

As the second leading cause of blindness, glaucoma is a common eye disease that is often difficult to detect and slow to develop. It is important to have regular eye exams to maintain the health of your eyes.   What is glaucoma and what causes it? Glaucoma is a slow process of fluid building up […]

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Dr. Jackson Takes Eye Care to New Heights in El Salvador.

Our very own Dr. Gregory Jackson traveled with a team to the mountains of Gotera, Morazan, El Salvador for a week long eye clinic to help underserved people with their vision needs.  There were over 415 patients examined, with 375 pairs of custom eyeglasses created and given to patients; many who had never worn eyeglasses […]

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Dr. Richard Duffey Featured in Ocular Surgery News About Presbyopes Expectations

Dr. Richard Duffey on the cover of Ocular Surgery News About Presbyopes expectations

Developments in corneal and lens-based refractive surgery enable surgeons to meet patients high expectation for vision quality. Ongoing research centers on presbyopia treatment because presbyopia has fewer treatment options than myopia and hyperopia. An emerging group of patients – young presbyopes – has the desire and the means to seek the latest treatments for ag-related […]

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