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Contact Lenses Santa Rosa, CA

What to Know if you are Considering Contact Lenses

Millions of U.S. adults wear contact lenses. They can correct astigmatism, presbyopia, farsightedness, and nearsightedness. Contacts are small silicone or plastic circular lenses that are specifically shaped to fix refractive errors or vision problems. The right prescription, fit, and design are vital for safety and comfort. Over the years, contact lenses have improved to become […]


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3 Typical Eye Problems And What To Do About Them

Red bumps on the eyelid, eye twitch, and the contagious pinkeye are all common eye problems. Here are some ways to identify what your eye issue is and determine if you should schedule an appointment with your eye doctor. Pinkeye: Pinkeye is also known as acute conjunctivitis. If your eyes have a yellow or white […]




Wink Not, Want Not: How to Combat Dry Eye This Season

Does the person standing next to you in line at the farmer’s market think that you are winking at them because of your incessant blinking? Does your boss think that you have a nervous tick because of that very same blinking? If you suffer from dry eye syndrome, and just can’t seem to find relief […]


5 Signs That You Need An Immediate Eye Exam

Regular eye exams are important to maintain the health of your eyes. Unfortunately, many people avoid getting these exams until they begin experiencing problems. Here are five signs that may indicate the need for an immediate eye exam. Pain in or around the eye. Eye pain is often mild and temporary, but it can also […]


Ocular Migraine: The Blinding Headache

According to the American Optometric Association, an ocular migraine is a severe headache that involves visual symptoms. Some people may describe this condition as a “headache behind the eye,” a “retinal migraine” or “ophthalmic migraine.” Ocular Migraine Symptoms Ocular migraines typically cause both pain in the head and visual symptoms. Some of the characteristics of […]


Halloween Contacts: What You Need to Know

Contact lenses can be an important part of maintaining eye health and correcting your vision. However, contact lenses have also become the next trend in Halloween costumes. While it does sound fun to add colored contact lenses for Halloween, there are serious risks you need to know about before you pick up non prescription colored […]


Protective Eyewear Prevents Eye Injuries

According to a national survey conducted by the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) and the American Society of Ocular Trauma, a mere 35 percent of Americans always wear protective eyewear when they are making home repairs, using chemical-laden cleaning products, or performing typical home maintenance tasks such as mowing the lawn. Of more concern to […]


Cataract Symptoms: Know Your Risks

If you were to ask someone, “what are cataracts,” the most likely answer you’d get is cloudy vision. While clouded vision is the most well known of cataract symptoms, what concerns ophthalmologists about this eye disease is that they develop gradually, so a person may not notice changes in vision until cataract symptoms such as clouded […]


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