Posts From September, 2013


Tips from the American Academy of Ophthalmology

Wear Sunglasses: Make sure your sunglasses block 100 percent of UV-A rays and UV-B rays Don’t Smoke: Tobacco smoking is directly linked to many adverse health effects, including age-related macular degeneration (AMD) Eat Right: Researchers have found people on diets with higher levels of vitamins C and E, zinc, lutein, zeaxanthin, omega-3 fatty acids DHA and… Read More »


Advance Eye Care Center Presents – Laser Cataract Surgery Seminar

LenSx® Laser: A Cataract Procedure as Unique as Your Eye Itself When you choose the LenSx® Laser approach, you will enjoy the benefits of: A bladeless, advanced procedure Comfortable, relaxed setting A personalized surgical experience Join us for a FREE PATIENT SEMINAR on September 24, 2013 at 6:00pm to learn more about this breakthrough technology.… Read More »


Dailies Total 1® Contact Lenses

Recently, eyewear industry giant Ciba Vision debuted a disposable contact lens whose quality and innovation soars above the rest of the market. BENEFITS: Breakthrough design of DAILIES TOTAL® water gradient contact lenses allows: Exceptional comfort, with 9 out of 10 patients feeling nothing The very outer surface of the lens to approach 100% water Exceptional… Read More »



Prevent Sports Related Eye Injuries

Each year, more than 40,000 people are treated for eye injuries related to sports activities. Using the right kind of eye protection while playing sports can help prevent serious eye injuries and even blindness. For sports use, polycarbonate lenses must be used with protectors that meet or exceed the requirements of American Society for Testing… Read More »


What is Low Vision?

Few people are totally without sight. Most individuals today classified as “blind” actually have remaining sight and, thanks to developments in the field of low vision rehabilitation, can be helped to make good use of it, improving their quality of life. In the United States, any person with vision that cannot be corrected to better… Read More »



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