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Toyota Super Bowl Commercial

Even if one is not an avid football fan, the Super Bowl is a social event that is a great excuse to get together with friends and enjoy some good eats. However, for any optometrist one commercial was the most inspirational part of the Super Bowl event. 2022 Toyota Big Game Commercial: Brothers Exten…

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Has your child suddenly started blinking a lot?

If your child has suddenly started blinking excessively, you might wonder if this is a sign of an underlying problem. While this symptom is not particularly worrisome in itself, it’s important to bring them in for a comprehensive assessment to rule out relatively rare things like a neurological …

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Ray-Ban Stories Smart Sunglasses: Capture, Share & Listen



Ray Ban has officially partnered with Facebook to create a new way to “capture, share, and listen.” Ray Ban Stories allow you to take photos and videos, share and upload to Facebook and Instagram, and connect via Bluetooth for music and phone calls.

The built-in dual 5MP camera allows…

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Eyecare and Makeup

 

Make up can be an essential for many women. I rarely leave the house without it. However, eye care and make up can be contradictory without the proper products and care.

Waterproof mascara may be great for longevity and smudge-proof but not great for eye care. If the waterproof mascara flakes o…

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Computer Glasses vs. Progressive Glasses

Are your progressive glasses working great for everyday use but not so good for your occupation or computer driven hobbies? Computer lenses might be the right solution for you. As technology has advanced so have lenses. Let's go over the difference between traditional progressive lenses and comp…

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Are face masks causing Dry Eyes and Styes?

 Masks have become the new normal in keeping everyone safe during the pandemic. This increased use of masks has led to an in increase in the number of patients with dry eye symptoms, chalazions and hordeolums, also known as, styes. Symptoms include irritation, redness, burning, tearing or painf…

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New Eyedrop Can Limit The Need For Reading Glasses

An exciting new medication, VUITY, is the first and only FDA-approved eye drop to treat presbyopia, or difficulty with near vision. As we enter our early 40s we find ourselves holding things further away and needing reading glasses.
 
VUITY is a prescription medication that can reduce pup…

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What is Blue Light?

Blue Light is not a “new” topic. As research shows there are two types of Blue Light. Your everyday natural Blue Light (lower energy wavelengths) that comes from the sun. This natural light makes our body feel awake, alert, and energetic. With technology advancements artificial Blue Light (high …

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Garret Leight Has Arrived

 

Our newest frame collection has arrived! Garrett Leight is a Los Angeles based brand that has made an impact on the minimalist, classic, and timeless consumer market. Their designs started in The Arts District of Los Angeles pulling inspiration from local stories, art, and pop culture througho…

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Eye Opening Upneeq Has Arrived

Every year, the profession of optometry rolls out something new. This year is no exception. Recently, a new eye drop was released that has tapped into an unexpected population. It is a called Upneeq. It is actually a medication that has been around for a while as a decongestant/vasoconstrictor c…

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