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Tips to Protect Your Eyesight From Glaucoma

According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, 3 million Americans have the potentially blinding eye disease glaucoma, but only half are aware of it.  Glaucoma slowly damages the eye’s optic nerve, the important link between the eye and the brain. People with Glaucoma usually lose vision before they notice any problems with their eyes. The most… Read More


Who Is At Risk For Glaucoma?

To observe Blindness Awareness month, Central Florida Eye Specialists  wants to educate our patients on one disease condition that is the leading cause of vision loss. Glaucoma affects about 3 million people in the United States, and it is the second leading cause of blindness worldwide.1 Half of the people with Glaucoma do not know they have it…. Read More


Halloween Costume Warning

Central Florida Eye Specialists urges costume shoppers to stay away from non-prescription lenses after a study finds chlorine, metal, and other harmful chemicals during product testing. Wearing costume contact lenses on Halloween can be a real scream. However, the scare from non-prescription contact lenses can be all too real when chemical exposure or potentially blinding… Read More


Consider Safety When Making A Decision On A Halloween Costume

This year we may celebrate Halloween differently with the CDC social distancing guidelines by participating on a Zoom virtual Halloween party or a fun drive-by costume parade. Whichever way you will celebrate safely that does not stop the fun with Halloween costumes and probably tempts you to put extra finishes on your costume look. Halloween… Read More


What Are Cataracts?

According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, a cataract is a dense, cloudy area that forms in the lens of the eye. A cataract begins when proteins in the eye form clumps that prevent the lens from sending clear images to the retina. The retina works by converting the light that comes through the lens… Read More


For A Clearer Tomorrow Learn Interesting Facts on Cataracts

As we get older, certain eye diseases are more prevalent, such as cataracts. A cataract is an eye disease in which the clear lens of the eye becomes cloudy or opaque, causing a decrease in vision. More than half of Americans age 80 or older either have cataracts or have had surgery to get rid… Read More


Protect Your Eye As You Age

Aging is a beautiful part of life! Aging gracefully there is an appearance of wrinkles, slowing metabolism, graying hair, and your eyes are eventually affected by age. It is important to understand how your eyes change with age and what you can do to keep them in the best health possible. As we get older,… Read More


Exercise for Your Eye Health This Fall!

We have officially welcomed the Fall season, which includes cooler weather, yummy fall season treats, and maybe for some people, less time exercising. In a Gallup survey, Americans typically exercise more in the spring and summer and less in the fall and winter. However, it only takes 30 minutes of physical exercise a day that… Read More


Let’s Fall In Love With Our Eyes!

Fall is so close, and we will be waving goodbye to Summer very soon. The official first day of the fall season kicks off on September 22nd this year.  While some people are excited, others dread what they may have to endure with fall season allergy triggers. Ragweed is the leading cause of fall allergies’… Read More


Are You Ready For Fall?

We are getting closer to the first day of Fall, which lands on September 22nd . For many people, the fall season is a time for enjoying activities outdoors like camping under crisp starry skies, sitting around a bonfire making s’mores, and picking apples. These activities and more are some of the hallmarks of the… Read More


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