• Apr/15


    Allergy Attacks!

    Do you have itchy eyes?  Do your eyelids swell?  Do your eyes tear or become red and inflamed?

    You may be suffering from allergies. 

    According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, seasonal allergies affect more than 35 million Americans each year and can have a tremendously negative impact on an individual’s quality of life. Tree pollens in April and May, grass pollens in June and July and mold spores and weed pollens in July and August add up to a five-month barrage of eye-irritating allergens.

    There are several different medical solutions and environmental solutions that may give you relief from these allergies.  You will need an eye exam to determine the treatment route that is best for you.  Call for an appointment!  270-780-2494

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  • Mar/15


    March Madness!

    It’s that time of year when we may be watching more television and trying to read the ticker at the bottom of the screen!  Are you having trouble seeing your favorite team play basketball?  Is everything getting blurry? If your vision is keeping you from enjoying this season to its fullest, it’s time for an eye exam!

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  • Mar/15


    Six ways students can protect their eyes.

    1. Don’t shower or swim in contact lenses.

    2. Go outside.

    3. Wash your hands.

    4. Give your eyes a break.

    5. Don’t share make-up.

    6. Protect your eyes during the game.


    Eye health information from the American Academy of Ophthalmology Association.

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