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Message from Family Eye Care Centers Regarding COVID-19

Message from Family Eye Care Centers Regarding COVID-19

Family Eye Care Centers will be suspending operations temporarily. The CDC has recommended postponing all routine medical care including eye care services for the protection of our community.
Glaucoma: Symptoms and Treatment

Glaucoma: Symptoms and Treatment

Many people have heard of glaucoma, which is a very common eye disease. It occurs when the optic nerve becomes damaged due to an accumulation of pressure inside the eye, causing vision loss. The vision that has been lost due to glaucoma cannot be restored, with early diagnosis, regular monitoring, and preventative treatments, it is possible to protect your vision from further damage.
It’s American Diabetes Month! Family Eye Care Centers is in! Are you?

It’s American Diabetes Month! Family Eye Care Centers is in! Are you?

You may have heard that diabetes can be a contributing factor in the development of some eye problems and in severe situations may even lead to blindness. However, if you take steps to properly care for your eyes and attend your regular appointments with our experienced and knowledgeable team, this doesn’t have to be the case. In fact, while people who have diabetes do have an increased risk of experiencing serious eye problems, plenty of people with diabetes experience little to minor vision inconveniences that are easily resolved.
What are the benefits of HOYA's single vision iQ/iD lenses?

What are the benefits of HOYA's single vision iQ/iD lenses?

If you have been told that you need to wear glasses to correct your vision and you only need one prescription to enable you to see more clearly, you may be recommended to choose single vision lenses. As their name suggests, HOYA’s single vision iQ/iD lenses incorporate a single prescription across the entire surface of the lens.
How to protect my eyes from sun damage

How to protect my eyes from sun damage

Prolonged exposure to the sun’s UV rays has been shown to be a contributing factor in the development of a number of ocular conditions including macular degeneration, cataracts and photokeratis, all of which can cause temporary loss of vision as well as other, debilitating symptoms.