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Annual eye exam may detect early signs of diabetes or other diseases

January 3, 2011 (comments: 0)

Annual eye exam may detect early signs of diabetes or other diseases which have no symptoms in the early stage

Annual eye and vision examinations are important. It’s not just about your vision, but also other serious eye diseases. During a comprehensive eye exam, your eye doctor does much more than just determine your prescription for eyeglasses and/or contact lenses. While that part is important for good vision, it’s just a small component of the entire process. Additionally, at Eola Eyes, we will also assess how your eyes work together, check for common eye diseases, and evaluate your eyes as an indicator of your overall health. Read more …

Eola Eyes doc participates in a panel discussion about contact lenses with industry leaders

December 20, 2010 (comments: 0)

Eola Eyes Doc Participates in a Panel Discussion about Contact Lenses with Industry Leaders

I was honored to be invited to participate on a panel at the 2010 Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Optometry in San Francisco. This meeting is one of the largest in the optometric profession, with over 5800 optometrists and vision scientists attending this year. Participating in a panel discussion about contact lenses with three other nationally recognized leaders in optometry in front of over 100 contact lens residents and educators was exciting, but learning from the brightest professionals in the industry was the real payoff. I heard firsthand about the latest research and trends in the contact lens industry and how we can continue to better serve our Eola Eyes patients. Read more …

Proper contact lens care starts with washing your hands

December 2, 2010 (comments: 0)

Proper Contact Lens Care Starts with Washing your Hands

There are a few simple steps that will increase your success in wearing contact lenses and reduce complications such as corneal swelling, conjunctivitis, inflammatory reactions. The following reminders can be applied to new contact lens wearers or long time contact lens wearer: Read more …