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Eye Health & Wellness


  • LASIK for Astigmatism

    LASIK for Astigmatism

    Dr. Mark Slosar of TLC Laser Eye Centers explains how LASIK eye surgery can correct astigmatism. In the past, many patients thought they couldn't have LASIK because they had astigmatism. But today astigmatism is not a reason to exclude yourself from considering laser v...

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  • Winter Sports Eye Protection

    Winter Sports Eye Protection

    Whether protecting your eyes because you've just had LASIK eye surgery or simply because you want to make eye safety a priority, learn how you can adequately protect your eyes during winter sports and winter activities.

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  • National Eye Doctor Day

    Honor Your Eyes & Doctor with Annual Eye Exams

    March 30th is National Doctors' Day - and what a perfect way to honor your eyes - and doctor - by getting an eye exam!

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  • Ophthalmologist vs. Optometrist vs. Optician

    Ophthalmologist vs. Optometrist vs. Optician

    What’s the difference between ophthalmologists, optometrists and opticians? Their jobs may overlap, and they may collaborate, but overall there are key traits that distinguish the three experts.

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  • Eye Care In Third-World Countries

    Eye Care In Third-World Countries

    Access to eye care in third-world countries is extremely rare. Services such as laser eye surgery are simply unavailable. In countries such as Haiti, the Dominican Republic, and some in Central America and Africa, the most basic reading glasses, sunglasses, eye drops and other...

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  • Headaches from Contacts? What You Should Know

    Headaches from Contacts? What You Should Know

    If you suffer from chronic headaches, your vision could play a role. It’s important to talk to your eye doctor or regular physician to rule out more serious complications. However, if your vision is causing headaches, here are some possible reasons why.

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  • Contact Lenses and Irritation

    Contact Lenses and Irritation

    Contact lens irritation is a common problem for people who frequently wear contacts. The irritation may be caused by a variety of factors, including allergies and even the antihistamines you take to reduce allergic reactions.

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  • Dry Eye from Contact Lenses

    Dry Eye from Contact Lenses

    Contact lenses can cause dry eye as they constantly draw moisture from the surface tear film of your eye to keep the contact lens hydrated. It’s common for people who wear contact lenses to use re-wetting or lubricating eye drops in order to reduce discomfort from contact le...

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  • Laser Eye Surgery for Presbyopia

    Laser Eye Surgery for Presbyopia

    Laser eye surgery is typically not considered a fix for presbyopia, the need for reading glasses. However, laser eye surgery for presbyopia can help some people reduce or eliminate their need for reading glasses.

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