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Can You Avoid Cataracts?

Practicing good hygiene can help you avoid eye infections, and reducing your screentime or taking regular breaks can help you avoid eye strain, but can you do anything to prevent cataracts? Cataracts are one of the most common eye conditions.  Since they are often age-related, everyone will get them at some point in life. When […]

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How Does My Eye Doctor Determine My Glasses Prescription?

Eyeglasses are an important part of everyday life for those with refractive errors. Whether you have nearsightedness, farsightedness, or astigmatism, it’s likely you rely on your prescription glasses for a variety of tasks, if not all. Keep reading to find out how your eye doctor determines your glasses prescription! What Are Refractive Errors?  Refractive errors […]

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Can Cataracts Come Back After I Have Cataract Surgery?

Cataract surgery can make a profound difference in your life. Where it may have felt like you were permanently looking through a frosted window, cataract surgery can return clarity to your vision.  If you’re considering cataract surgery or already have it scheduled, you may be wondering whether cataracts can be a recurring issue. The last […]

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What Are The Do’s and Don’ts If I Have Glaucoma?

Have you or a loved one recently been diagnosed with glaucoma? Around the world, eighty million people are living with glaucoma. It’s a very common eye condition and is the second leading cause of blindness. Glaucoma is a slow-progressing eye condition. While it can progress to causing severe damage to your vision, early detection, and […]

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7 Reasons Why Getting LASIK Can Make Your Summer In Hudson Valley Better

Have you thought about getting LASIK? If you’ve been dreaming of a life without glasses or contacts, LASIK can make that a reality.  LASIK is a highly effective, safe, and popular method of permanently correcting a refractive error. It’s completely bladeless, instead using an advanced laser to alter the shape of your cornea so it […]

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How To Improve Your Dry Eye Symptoms This Spring

Spring means warmer days, blooming flowers, and, for millions of people, increased dry eye symptoms. Unfortunately, when spring is in the air, so is pollen. While you can be affected by dry eye any time of year, the spring season can make your symptoms even worse. It may seem like you cannot avoid pollen during […]

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What Is The Difference Between Keratoconus and Astigmatism?

Both keratoconus and astigmatism affect the same part of the eye: the cornea. The cornea is the clear dome-shaped structure at the front of the eye.  Both conditions also can cause blurry vision or distorted vision. However, there are several significant differences.  Keratoconus and astigmatism are both treatable conditions. However, they are also typically treated […]

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How Do I Know If I Have Cataracts?

Are you wondering whether you may have a cataract? If you’ve noticed that your vision has gotten blurrier and less vibrant over time, a cataract may be to blame.  Cataracts are part of the natural aging process inside the eyes. Nearly everyone will experience them at some point.  As you age, the proteins in your […]

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What is an Implantable Contact Lens?

Did you know that there are many ways to accomplish permanent vision correction beyond LASIK? An ICL, also known as an implantable collamer lens or an implantable contact lens, represents some of the best technology the eye care world has to offer.  More than a million ICLs have been implanted, and that number continues to […]

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Don’t Forget to Use Your Flex Dollars on Eye Care Before the Year Ends!

The end of the year is a time to gather with friends and family, reflect on 2022, and set goals for 2023. It’s also the time to use up any remaining flex dollars before they expire.  If you have a flexible savings account, it’s paramount that you know how many flex dollars you have left […]

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