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We Support Young Patients by Offering Pediatric Eye Care


Pediatric eye care is critically important since children need to be able to see clearly in order to interact with daily life. As an adult, it is easy to take vision for granted. For children who start developing poor eyesight … Continued


Finding an Optometrist Near Me is Easy


The holiday season is an excellent time to say "I need to visit an optometrist near me." At the end of the year, people are busy getting ready for holiday parties, vacations and important events with friends and family. There … Continued


Visit an Eye Doctor in Orlando to Discover if You Have Good Eye Health


The only way to truly know if you have good eye health is to visit an eye doctor in Orlando. Many people make the mistake of thinking that the only aspect of healthy vision is whether they can see well up … Continued


A Diabetic Eye Exam is Important, Even if Your Vision Seems “Okay”


Scheduling a diabetic eye exam is important for all diabetics, regardless of their vision. In fact, we recommend that the examination take place at least every other year, though it may be necessary once a year. If a diabetic is … Continued


Contact Lenses for College Students


If you are heading to college and want to improve your vision without wearing glasses, visit our clinic for contact lenses. Wearing contact lenses is a convenient way to improve vision without drastically altering your appearance at the same time. … Continued


Facts About Contacts from an Optometrist


When visiting an optometrist, many patients ask about wearing contact lenses. Contact lenses are a convenient and popular solution since they improve vision in a discreet manner. While contact lenses in the past were uncomfortable, most people barely notice wearing them … Continued


Considerations for Vision Care


Countless sources use the phrase "The eyes are the window to the soul," without realizing how crucial proper eye care is. With such natural everyday use, people tend to neglect proper vision care with regular checkups and ignoring signs of … Continued


Glaucoma’s effect on your vision, Part 1


Introduction Glaucoma is the second leading cause of blindness in the U.S.  The disease causes progressive damage to the optic nerve, irreversible vision loss and blindness if left untreated. Glaucoma most often occurs in people over age 40, although a congenital or infantile form of glaucoma exists.  The most common form of glaucoma, primary open-angle glaucoma, is associated with an increase in the fluid pressure inside the eye. This increase in pressure may … Continued


Orlando Blind Services


Orlando Blind Services Check out Dr. Huynh’s beautifully redesigned blog about everything low vision and blind services.  He discusses who gets low vision, who needs low vision, what are magnifiers, telescopes, common complaints, misconceptions. www.orlandolowvision.com The newly redesigned blog by … Continued


What is a telescope?


What is a telescope? Telescopes are low vision aids and, or devices that magnify distance objects.  Telescopes are used for low vision patients who have distance goals or tasks such as seeing signs, objects, people, sight seeing, or events (sporting … Continued