Monthly Archives: March 2014

3 Reasons to Get LASIK Surgery Before the Summer Season

Fully enjoy your summer vacation by ditching your glasses and contact lenses.
If you are someone who suffers from poor vision, there has never been a better time for you to ditch your contacts and glasses, and finally have LASIK surgery once and for all.

Sure, many of the reasons why you should undergo LASIK surgery hold […]

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By |March 27th, 2014|Current Affairs, EyeCare Topics, LASIK, Seasonal eye care tips|0 Comments

Vision Apps: Could A Video Game A Day Keep The Eye Doctor Away?

A new vision app created by neuroscientists aims to help improve your vision.
Ever since video games became a common staple in adolescent life a few decades ago, many parents have wondered aloud about the danger that these computer images could have on their child’s eyes. After all, sitting in front of the television screen playing […]

The information presented on this Site and Blog and any related links is provided for educational, informational, and entertainment purposes only. Nothing contained in this Site is intended to create a physician-patient relationship, to replace the services of a licensed, trained physician or health professional or to be a substitute for medical advice of a physician or trained health professional licensed in your state. You must never consider any of the information presented here as a substitute for consulting with your physician or health care provider for any medical conditions or concerns. Any information presented here is general information, is not medical advice, nor is it intended as advice for your personal situation. Please consult with your physician or health care provider if you have concerns about your health or suspect that you might have a problem.

By |March 25th, 2014|Cutting Edge, EyeCare Topics, In the Journals, Pediatric Eye Care|0 Comments

4 Common Age-Related Vision Problems And Their Symptoms

These common warning signs may reveal an age-related vision problem.
It is no secret that there are a number different vision problems that come hand-in-hand with the aging process. For example, glaucoma, cataracts, age-related macular degeneration, blepharitis and other vision problems that are related to systemic health. While each of these problems may occur in those […]

The information presented on this Site and Blog and any related links is provided for educational, informational, and entertainment purposes only. Nothing contained in this Site is intended to create a physician-patient relationship, to replace the services of a licensed, trained physician or health professional or to be a substitute for medical advice of a physician or trained health professional licensed in your state. You must never consider any of the information presented here as a substitute for consulting with your physician or health care provider for any medical conditions or concerns. Any information presented here is general information, is not medical advice, nor is it intended as advice for your personal situation. Please consult with your physician or health care provider if you have concerns about your health or suspect that you might have a problem.

By |March 19th, 2014|Cataract surgery, EyeCare Topics, Glaucoma, Senior Vision|0 Comments

Studies Show That, As We Age, Our Ability To See Vivid Colors Decline

A new research study confirms that our color vision may decline as we age.
One of the greatest aspects of entering the Spring season and leaving the Winter months behind is the fact that the world outside switches from a canvas of boring white and grey, to a landscape full of vibrant, colorful Spring flowers and […]

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By |March 17th, 2014|EyeCare Topics, In the Journals, Outside Interests, Senior Vision|0 Comments

The Importance Of Protecting Your Vision In The Workplace

Be sure to keep your eyes safe during Workplace Eye Wellness Month and beyond.
When most people think about unfortunate eye injuries, they often picture regrettable accidents that happen during high-impact sports games or when playing around during physical activities. We often don’t think that we can be injured so gravely when we are just going […]

The information presented on this Site and Blog and any related links is provided for educational, informational, and entertainment purposes only. Nothing contained in this Site is intended to create a physician-patient relationship, to replace the services of a licensed, trained physician or health professional or to be a substitute for medical advice of a physician or trained health professional licensed in your state. You must never consider any of the information presented here as a substitute for consulting with your physician or health care provider for any medical conditions or concerns. Any information presented here is general information, is not medical advice, nor is it intended as advice for your personal situation. Please consult with your physician or health care provider if you have concerns about your health or suspect that you might have a problem.

By |March 14th, 2014|Current Affairs, EyeCare Topics, Seasonal eye care tips|0 Comments

Google Glass Video Shows Cataract Surgery Through Dr. Silverman’s Eyes

 

EyeCare 20/20’s Dr. Cary Silverman doesn’t shy away from new technology, so he was delighted to be selected as a Google Glass Explorer. He also enjoys sharing information, experiences and guidance with his patients and followers through social media. So Dr. Silverman set out to find a way to share his experience with Google Glass […]

The information presented on this Site and Blog and any related links is provided for educational, informational, and entertainment purposes only. Nothing contained in this Site is intended to create a physician-patient relationship, to replace the services of a licensed, trained physician or health professional or to be a substitute for medical advice of a physician or trained health professional licensed in your state. You must never consider any of the information presented here as a substitute for consulting with your physician or health care provider for any medical conditions or concerns. Any information presented here is general information, is not medical advice, nor is it intended as advice for your personal situation. Please consult with your physician or health care provider if you have concerns about your health or suspect that you might have a problem.

By |March 12th, 2014|Cataract surgery, Cutting Edge|0 Comments

5 Simple Ways To Save Your Vision During ‘Save Your Vision’ Month

These simple vision-saving tips can go a long way towards keeping your vision healthy.
Often times, many people think that taking care of your vision simply means having regular vision checkups once a year or wearing your prescription eyeglasses or contact lenses like your doctor tells you to. However, when it comes to keeping your vision […]

The information presented on this Site and Blog and any related links is provided for educational, informational, and entertainment purposes only. Nothing contained in this Site is intended to create a physician-patient relationship, to replace the services of a licensed, trained physician or health professional or to be a substitute for medical advice of a physician or trained health professional licensed in your state. You must never consider any of the information presented here as a substitute for consulting with your physician or health care provider for any medical conditions or concerns. Any information presented here is general information, is not medical advice, nor is it intended as advice for your personal situation. Please consult with your physician or health care provider if you have concerns about your health or suspect that you might have a problem.

During March Madness, Remember The Importance Of Sports Eye Safety

Keep your eyes on the game and safe from injury with sports safety glasses.
Now that we have officially entered the month of March, some of the most exciting (and competitive) few weeks of sporting  competition are about to kick off, leaving just one accomplished winner crowned at the end of it all. We are, of […]

The information presented on this Site and Blog and any related links is provided for educational, informational, and entertainment purposes only. Nothing contained in this Site is intended to create a physician-patient relationship, to replace the services of a licensed, trained physician or health professional or to be a substitute for medical advice of a physician or trained health professional licensed in your state. You must never consider any of the information presented here as a substitute for consulting with your physician or health care provider for any medical conditions or concerns. Any information presented here is general information, is not medical advice, nor is it intended as advice for your personal situation. Please consult with your physician or health care provider if you have concerns about your health or suspect that you might have a problem.

By |March 4th, 2014|Current Affairs, EyeCare Topics, LASIK, Outside Interests|0 Comments