I recently read a blog post that covered a topic that we frequently discuss in our office – Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS). In the blog post, Dr. Kendall Donaldson shared some interesting observations about how we spend most of our lives looking at screens – computers, tablets, smart phones, TVs, movies, video games – and, in turn,…
What Can More Profits Mean For You?
Vision Expo East launched the formal debut of the all new Optical Profit Center showcasing how to increase profits at your practice through a small lab set-up and dispensing area. Super Optical, one...
Why Optometrists Dilate Your Eyes
Optometrists dilate your eyes to help your irises widen. This perspective allows them to recognize symptoms of certain eye conditions more quickly.
How to Choose Eyeglass Frames for Your Face Shape
Which frames will work with - not against - your face shape?
America's Best Contacts & Eyeglasses
Learn more about the product protection plan for eyeglasses offered by America's Best. Warning: Value cannot be null.Parameter name: child
What to Expect after Cataract Surgery
Cataract surgery is a safe & effective way of restoring ones vision. There are many experienced surgeons at FLEI that are available for cataract evaluations
The 3 Types of Conjunctivitis: What You Should Know
Conjunctivitis is the inflammation of the conjunctiva - the thin covering of the white part of your eye and inside of your eyelids.
Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy for Cerebral Palsy: What You Need to Know
Reviewed By When less invasive treatments for cerebral palsy (CP), such as braces and oral medications, aren’t providing sufficient relief, your doctor may consider neurosurgery Selective dorsal rhizotomy (SDR) is one option that can lead to improved movement for many children who have spasticity with dystonia (increased muscle stiffness and spasms). Here’s what Johns Hopkins pediatric neurosurgeon Shenandoah “Dody” Robinson, M.D ., wants you to know about this treatment option. Q. What is selective dorsal rhizotomy? A. Selective dorsal rhizotomy (SDR) is a complex procedure. Johns Hopkins neurosurgeons take care to make the procedure as minimally invasive as possible. Our surgeons remove only one layer of bone (vs. multiple) in the back of your child’s spine.…
10 Neat Optical Illusions
Melt your brain and amaze your eyes with these optical illusions.
What Are Cataracts?
Cataracts are a type of clouding that occurs in the lens of the eye. This interferes with light reaching the retina, potentially causing blurry vision and other vision problems.