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A Closer Look at Macular Degeneration

Aging changes the components of the eye that can lead to age-related eye diseases. One of the most common eye conditions that causes vision loss

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Common Myths and Misconception about LASIK Debunked

Anyone who has suffered from the effects of refractive errors like myopia, hyperopia or astigmatism for at least a year has probably searched for information

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Dry Eye Syndrome-Causes, Symptoms, and Effective Treatments

If you suffer from burning, itching, watery eyes you may have dry eye syndrome. Dry eye is common and affects up to 40 million people.

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A Closer Look at Age-Related Macular Degeneration

Age-related macular degeneration is a leading cause of vision loss in older adults. Around 15 million Americans have the progressive eye disease known as AMD,

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Exploring Advanced Imaging in Ophthalmology: Beyond the Basics

Emerging techniques and technology in ophthalmology are key to aiding in early detection of ocular disease and other eye conditions. Advanced imaging in ophthalmology involves

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How to Choose the Right Eyeglasses for Your Face?

One of the fun parts of wearing prescription glasses is the process of selecting the most flattering frames for your face. After the eye exam

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Can Allergies Affect Just One Eye at a Time?

Millions of people suffer from eye allergies every year. In fact, up to 25% of people worldwide suffer from ocular allergens. Seasonal allergies are caused

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Why Can’t I Fully Close My Eye?

While online research is a great place to start when we have unanswered questions, Premier Eye care & Surgery Center wants to remind you that

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Can Strabismus Lead to Learning Issues in Children?

Strabismus is a common eye condition among children that occurs when the eyes are not aligned properly. It may appear in children as young as

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Does Cold Weather Increase Dry Eye Symptoms?

Battling dry eyes in cold weather is an unfortunate side effect of mother nature. While those who have chronic dry eye syndrome experience symptoms year-round,

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