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Your Eyesight as You Age: What Happens and How You Can Help

  By the time you enter your 30s, you’ve been advised countless times to wear sunscreen and moisturizer to protect your skin from the effects of aging. But what are you doing to protect your eyes? Similar to the inevitable display of wrinkles, it’s common – even expected— to experience vision changes as you age. [...]

October 22nd, 2018|Eye Health|0 Comments

Flashes and Floaters: How to Tell When You Should Visit an Eye Doctor

Are you seeing small specks, dots, circles, or cobwebs in your vision? It could be that you are experiencing floaters. Some floaters aren’t a large concern and may go away with time. However, some can be a serious problem that requires you to see your trusted eye doctor in Lawton — at Complete Eye Care [...]

May 8th, 2018|Eye Health, Vision|0 Comments

How To Tell If Your Child Needs Glasses

Children generally will not communicate the severity of their vision difficulties. Instead, they will find ways to cope with their struggle. However, avoiding the problem would not be the best solution as poor eyesight can affect their development and education, particularly for school-aged children. We suggest having your child seen by an eye-care professional every [...]

February 27th, 2018|Eye Health, Vision, Glasses|0 Comments

Your Baby’s Eyesight: Know what is happening during their first 2 years

Much like your baby will learn to walk and talk, they will also learn how to see. As they grow, they will develop the ability to focus their eyes and send the gathered visual information to their brain for proper interpretation. Since the milestones may be a little different for every child, it is important [...]

November 15th, 2017|Eye Health, Vision, Children|0 Comments

The Food Pyramid for Healthy Eyes

It’s tried and true: eating a well-balanced diet keeps you healthier longer. This mantra holds up when it comes to your eyes, too. The first step to ensure good eye health is looking at the food on your plate. Your diet should be high in fruits and vegetables and low in saturated fats and sugar. [...]

June 6th, 2017|Eye Health|0 Comments

The Definitive List of Contact Lenses Do’s and Don’ts

Thinking about making the switch from glasses to contact lenses? Then you’re among the over 30 million Americans who’ve decided to wear contacts, according to the American Optometric Association.  Contacts come with a lot of great benefits. They’re simple, precise, and they don’t take away from that beautiful face of yours. But as Spiderman’s uncle [...]

October 31st, 2016|Eye Health, Vision, Recipes for Healthy Eyes|0 Comments

4 Health Conditions that Can Impact Your Vision

You might not think that a condition inside your body, such as bacteria, virus, or chronic diseases have anything to do with your eyesight, but the truth is that any disease that impacts your body could also be damaging your eyes. Here are four common health conditions that can significantly impact your vision and should [...]

February 17th, 2016|Eye Health, Vision|0 Comments

3D Vision & Eye Health

Seeing in 3D Binocular vision is the ability to align and focus both eyes accurately on an object and then combine the visual images from each eye into a single, clear three dimensional perception. Difficulty seeing in 3D can arise when eye fatigue occurs, forcing the eyes to make adjustments to focus simultaneously on images [...]

August 1st, 2014|Eye Health, Vision|0 Comments

A Close-up Look At Meibomitis

Which Picture Resembles Your Eyelids?   Severly plugged, unhealthy Meibomian Glands. Healthy, unplugged Meibomian Glands after Maskin Probe treatment. At our practice a routine eye exam does not just consist of updating your eyeglasses prescription, but checking the eye health as well. This brings us to the part of the exam [...]

January 31st, 2014|Eye Health|0 Comments

A simple scab? Or, life threatening Carcinoma?

This was a lesion on the cheek of a really nice female patient that I have had the privilege of knowing for several years.  This photo was taken in my office under high magnification. She had no symptoms, but when I asked her specifically about the lesion, this patient noted that the lesion had been [...]

November 4th, 2013|Eye Health|0 Comments