1. Are You Due for an Eye Exam?

    Has it been a while since your eyes have been checked? Even if you think you’re seeing well enough, you may be due for an eye exam. Read on to learn if it’s time to schedule your next eye care appointment. It’s Been More Than A Year Since Your Last Eye Exam Your vision changes from one month t…Read More

  2. Why You Need Eye Exams, Even If You Have 20-20 Vision

    It’s Not Just About Getting Glasses What eyeglasses and contact lenses do for us is correct vision so we can see with clarity. An eye care center works with patients to help each one see 20/20, or as close to that goal as possible. This is achieved through corrective lenses in the form of glasses …Read More

  3. Early Warning Signs Of Cataracts

    What Are Cataracts? When a section of your eye lens, or both of the lenses, become clouded, this is known as cataracts. While cataracts are thought of more frequently with regards to eye care for the elderly, it is possible (though not common) to get cataracts at a much younger age. Typically, catar…Read More

  4. 7 Foods to Eat for Better Vision

    Your grocery store, farmers’ market, and backyard garden provide a cornucopia of healthful foods to improve your vision and keep your eyes healthy. The following foods deliver excellent doses of nutrients that promote good vision and provide your eyes with what they need to serve you well, now and…Read More

  5. Your Guide to Keeping Dry Eye at Bay Throughout Winter Part 2

    If you’ve been struggling with dry eye, you’re not alone. It’s something that millions of Americans suffer from, and it’s especially common in the dry climate here in Colorado Springs, particularly during the winter. But, the good news is that there are lots of things you can do to combat dr…Read More

  6. How Your Heritage Affects Your Vision Health

    Your height, weight and eye color are influenced, to some degree, by the genes inherited from your ancestors. Unfortunately, you can also inherit an increased risk of developing certain eye conditions and diseases. Learning which diseases are more common, based on your ethnicity, will help you ident…Read More