Blog Hero

Category: Eye Conditions & Diseases

Book an Appointment

Is It Dry Eye Disease or Just Allergies? How to know for sure and find relief either way!

Dry, itchy, irritated eyes are not uncommon among people living in the mid-Atlantic region in early fall. Ragweed allergen levels start to peak around this time and people who are allergic start to exhibit symptoms. With public awareness increasing of Dry Eye Disease, many patients wonder if they are experiencing allergies or something more. What […]

Read More…

Scleral Contact Lens Technology – a Game Changer for Many Patients

If you are a Dry Eye sufferer who has tried other therapies with limited success or are having complications following an eye surgery, there is an innovative solution you may not be aware of – scleral contact lenses. Scleral lenses are also a good option for patients who need a high-powered prescription contact lens, who […]

Read More…

More Patients with Diabetes Need to Seek Sight-Saving Eye Care According to New Research

Diabetic retinopathy is the leading cause of preventable blindness in the United States. Approximately 1 in 10 Americans are living with diabetes and need annual eye exams and specialized medical eye care to monitor the impacts of the disease and preserve their sight. Medical and eye care professionals have historically observed a worrisome trend that […]

Read More…

Taking on the Silent Thief of Sight – Glaucoma Awareness Month

A silent thief may be lurking in your eyes, threatening to rob you of your sight! Glaucoma is the leading cause of blindness in the U.S.  It is a symptomless disease that often goes undetected until it is too late to prevent vision loss. Of the estimated 3 million Americans living with glaucoma, more than […]

Read More…

Itchy Eyes and Crusty Lids? It could be Demodex

Many Americans are unaware of a startling fact: right now, there are likely several thousand microscopic mites living on your face. The tiny pests, called demodex, live in the pores of the skin and are most active during the night when they feed on oil produced by glands and skin cells around the eyes. While nearly […]

Read More…

instagram facebook facebook2 pinterest twitter google-plus google linkedin2 yelp youtube phone location calendar share2 link star-full star star-half chevron-right chevron-left chevron-down chevron-up envelope fax