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How Diabetes Affects the Eyes

In the United States, nearly 26 million Americans are living with diabetes, and another 79 million Americans have pre-diabetes. This means that about 1/3 of Americans are or may soon be affected by the condition. Eyes can be severely impacted by diabetes as well as other organs like our kidneys. Diabetes can negatively affect our vision and eyes… Read More »


Advanced Eye Care Center now offers True Tear!

Allergan’s True Tear is a unique treatment for addressing the annoying burning, stinging, and grittiness of dry eye. True Tear is not an eye drop. This device stimulates glands in our eyes to produce their own natural tears. Our natural tears hydrate our eyes better than artificial tears, as they are made of a complex… Read More »


August is Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month

With back to school specials on TV already, let’s take a moment to discuss children and health of their eyes. It’s recommended that children have a comprehensive eye examination prior to kindergarten. School screenings are helpful, but may miss detection of some eye conditions. If these issues are left uncorrected, the student may struggle in school. We… Read More »


InflammaDry-one tool in our dry eye toolbox

For patients struggling with dry eyes, inflammation is usually to blame. Increased levels of inflammation are often presents before other clinical signs, like corneal staining. Advanced Eye Care Center offers InflammaDry as a diagnostic tool for patients who have or are at-risk for dry eye disease. InflammaDry acquires a small sample of tears and measures… Read More »


Rhopressa-a new treatment for glaucoma

A new type of medication to treat open-angle glaucoma has recently been released. Rhopressa helps glaucoma patients by lowering their eye pressure on a consistent basis. Rhopressa is a convenient treatment option as it is used once per day. Rhopressa helps fluid in the eye to drain away more efficiently, thereby lowering eye pressure. Rhopressa may be… Read More »



Macular pucker

Macular pucker is a condition where a thin, clear layer of cells grow across the retina. Patients who have macular pucker may not notice any change in their vision or may notice distortion or blurriness that gradually worsens.  Most cases of macular pucker only require observation, but in moderate to severe cases, surgery can be performed… Read More »


Flu Season and your Eyes

“Pink eye” or conjunctivitis is a general term that refers to inflammation in the front of the eye, making the white of our eyes adopt a red or pinkish appearance. With cold and flu season here in full-swing, it’s worth mentioning the symptoms of conjunctivitis. Viral conjunctivitis is the most commonly variety of “pink eye.”… Read More »


2017 is winding down

Time flies! 2017 has been a great year at Advanced Eye Care Center serving patient across north-central Ohio. We would like to take a moment to thank all of our patients for trusting us with their eye care needs. We are honored to serve you and we look forward to providing excellent patient care in 2018 and… Read More »


Do you know the warning signs of shingles?

Shingles, caused by the herpes zoster virus (HZV), can cause pain for weeks, months, or even years after an infection starts. Shingles usually starts with pain and red blisters occurring on one side of the head or body. These painful blisters increase in size, as the virus travels across nerve fibers. If these occur along the face… Read More »


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