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Understanding an Eye Exam

Has it been awhile since you had your eyes checked out? Are you nervous about going to the eye doctor?  There’s no need to be nervous! Let’s go over the basics of an eye exam. First, we’ll ask you to read some letters on a computerized chart. This helps us see what you see.  After… Read More »


March is Workplace Eye Awareness Month

On-the-job eye injuries range from a mild annoyance to severely impacting our vision. Trying to predict when eye injuries happen is impossible; we can take precautions to limit damage to our eyes. Less serious workplace hazards may simple cause transient irritation to our eyes. Sitting near a fan or heater can dry our eyes out.  Also, extensive… Read More »


Do you have Dry Eye Syndrome??

At our clinic, we see patients struggle with dry eye syndrome on a daily basis. Some patients are not aware they may have the beginning symptoms of dry eye, and assume their glasses need an update. In today’s digital world, nearly everyone spends multiple hours in front of a screen each day. Patients may also… Read More »


Thank You!

As 2018 winds to a close, we’d like to thank all of our patients for trusting us with their eye care needs! It has been a pleasure to work with everyone we have seen this year!  Dr. Ballitch, Dr. Finn, and our staff look forward to providing excellent vision and eye care to patients in 2019 too.  If you… 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 »


Kerato-what? (Keratoconus)

Keratoconus  affects 1 in 2,000 Americans. Kerato-meaning cornea and conus-meaning cone. . . keratoconus describes a painless progressive thinning of our corneas. This thinning causes the front of our eye to bulge forward (when viewed under a microscope) and the cornea adopts a cone-shaped appearance. Keratoconus usually is an inherited condition and can be made worse… Read More »


Teary, watery eyes

Excessive tearing is frustrating.  Watering of our eyes blurs our vision and wiping away tears getting annoying.  Why does this happen? For many patients, our eyes tear up in response to dryness. In other words, dry eye can cause increased tearing. This occurs because the ocular surface is not adequately covered in tears. This usually occurs because our… Read More »


Eyelid twitching

Have you ever noticed your eyelids twitching? Eyelid twitching, known as myokymia, usually lasts a few minutes up to a few days. Twitching usually comes and go; however, it is not painful. Myokymia usually resolves without treatment. Twitching eyelids can be alarming at first, but almost always does not pose any long-term problems. Primary causes of myokymia include: Stress Caffeine intake… Read More »


When should I wear safety glasses/eye protection?

According to the CDC, around 2,000 eye injuries occur daily in the US. Construction workers have one of the highest rates of eye injuries. Certain types of eye injuries can be severe and permanent. Prevention is better than treatment; eye protection is highly recommended for specific activities. Occupations involving grinding metal, welding, mixing chemicals, chopping wood, lawn… 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 »


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