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  • June is Cataract Awareness Month
    June is Cataracts Awareness MonthCataracts Awareness Month is held every June to draw attention to the condition, which affects over twenty million people in the United States and about half Read more
  • June is Fireworks Safety Month
    Practicing Good Eye Care Around FireworksDuring the month of June Americans are gearing up for Independence Day, which usually involves being around fireworks. Because of the popularity of fireworks during Read more
  • What Are These Things Floating in My Eye?
    What Are These Things Floating in My Eye?If you're like most people, you have occasionally seen what appear to be things floating in your eye. These things, however, aren't like Read more
  • What to Expect During a Contact Lens Fitting Appointment
    What to Expect During a Contact Lens Fitting Eye Exam AppointmentSome people are thrilled about the idea of wearing contacts for their aesthetic appeal but feel a bit apprehensive about Read more
  • May is Healthy Vision Month!
    Celebrate Healthy Vision Month with our Las Vegas OptometristsHealthy Vision Month is sponsored by the National Eye Institute (NEI) to raise awareness of threats to vision and to motivate people to Read more
  • Causes of Blurry Vision
    What Causes Blurry Vision in Las Vegas?There are many reasons why your vision can become blurry. As you age, your eyes change. These changes can cause your eyesight to worsen Read more
  • Keratoconus and Irregular Astigmatism
    Keratoconus and Irregular Astigmatism in Las Vegas, NVIf you have blurry vision even with glasses, getting a new prescription often corrects the problem. In cases where that doesn't work, an optometrist in Las Read more
  • Eye Exams For The New Year!
    Get An Eye Exam This New Year!Every year, people make New Year's resolutions that involve health. They may vow to lose weight, exercise more, or eat more healthful foods. Unfortunately, Read more
  • Eye Health and Diabetes: Don't Wait Until it's Too Late
    Eye Health and Diabetes: Don't Wait Until it's Too LateEye problems come on so slowly that patients often don't realize their severity until significant damage has been done. This alone Read more

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