Comprehensive eye exams can uncover more than just blurry vision and a need for glasses. Early detection of eye disease and general disease is part of proactive healthcare plan. Here’s how!
Keeping your eyesight and your eyes healthy may be easier than you think!
Laser eye surgery means more than just laser vision correction. Lasers are used in almost every part of the eye and by many different types of eye doctors.
As your child grows, so do his/her eyes. The growth of the eye changes their refraction and vision dramatically and is why back to school eye exams are essential.
Dry eye, allergies and blepharitis are the most common reasons to visit the eye doctor. Here’s why and how it can be so confusing to find a solution for you.
Cataracts can occur in just about everyone. Did you know June is Cataract Awareness Month? Here’s a crisp review…”see” how much you know about cataracts!
Spring is here. Have itchy eyes? Here’s what you can do as explained by Dr. Rose on WUSA9 with Mikea Turner.
All patients with diabetes are recommended to have regular eye exams. Here’s a review of symptoms and how you, or a loved one, can prevent loss of vision from diabetes.
There are many types of glaucoma. The goal of most medications is to lower the eye pressure and here’s a review of the more common ways to treat glaucoma.
January is Glaucoma Awareness Month. Glaucoma is a leading cause of blindness, but often can be prevented through early detection, treatment and awareness. Here’s what you can share!