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Category: Eye Health

Bay Area Wildfires: How to Protect your Eyes

  While Bay Area residents become accustomed to wildfires every summer, the dark sky and orange sun on Wednesday morning was a immediate reminder for all that smoke can travel in the air for hundreds of miles.  The past weekend’s thunder storm and extreme heat wave created wildfires in the region.  Thanks to the fires… Read More


Cataract Surgery and COVID-19: Is it Safe?

Every year about 3 million Americans undergo cataract surgery.  However, this year a lot of individuals are wondering whether or not cataract surgery is safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Many individuals may be postponing their procedures to limit their exposure to COVID-19.  However, cataract surgery is a decision that best made between you and your… Read More


Visiting your Doctor’s Office? 5 Easy Ways to Reduce Your Risk To COVID-19

As restrictions ease in San Francisco and throughout the Bay Area, many businesses are reopening again, including your doctor’s offices.  A few weeks ago, finding a routine eye appointment was nearly impossible.  Under the recommendations from national health organizations like the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the American Optometric Association (AOA), and the American… Read More


5 Easy Ways to Keep Your Eyes Healthy

This Valentine’s Day, don’t take your eyes for granted!  Your eyes are a hugely important organ and allow you to see the world around you, so what can you do to take care of them?  Here are 5 easy ways to keep your eyes healthy.  1. Eating Well Fueling your body with the right foods… Read More


Woman suffering from dry eyes

Watery Eyes During Winter? 5 Ways to Fight Dry Eyes

Dry eyes are especially common in the winter months.  The humidity drops and the air becomes cold and dry.  When the air is outsides is cold and dry, the water in your eyes evaporates quicker, which makes your eyes feel dry and tight.  Your body tries to compensate for the dryness by producing more tears…. Read More


Ready for LASIK? We can Help

LASIK is a wonderful procedure that can greatly improve your quality of life. However, there are many factors that your doctor should look for during your LASIK consultation to determine whether or not you’re a good candidate. LASIK, similar to any other surgeries have risks, so LASIK surgery shouldn’t be completed unless there is an… Read More


Dry Eyes and Summertime

Long summer days are here.  If you don’t live in foggy San Francisco, you’ve probably noticed that the suns lingers until about 9 pm.  Longer days means more time outside.  Whether your hiking or lounging by the pool, it’s important to hydrate.  Summertime also means trips and vacations.  But all this time in the sun,… Read More


Understand all the Risks of LASIK Before You Commit to Surgery

LASIK surgery, whether PRK, SMILE or LASIK, are all extremely effective, safe and trusted options.  Complications that result in vision loss is very rare.  LASIK is one of the most popular elective surgeries, and it’s satisfaction rate among patients who have had the procedure is remarkably high.  However, there are some risk factors you should… Read More


Buying the Right Sunglasses to Protect Your Eyes

Sunglasses are more than a fashion statement.  But…do sunglasses really protect my eyes?  The answer is Yes!  The white of your eye, cornea, retina, iris, and lens of your eye are susceptible to damage from too much sun exposure. Why are sunglasses so important? Sunglasses also protect the skin around your eyes. The skin around… Read More


Steph Curry squinting court-side

Steph Curry Is Ready For Play-Offs Due To His Contact Lenses!

If you haven’t heard the news about Stephen Curry. Here it is, he’s has been playing basketball this whole time with blurry vision! We know, it’s a bit unbelievable. He’s already an amazing shooter. Steph’s shooting at a 48.7% from the 3 point line since mid-March and has hit five plus 3 pointers in 9… Read More


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