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We Are Thankful For Our Patients

We are thankful for our patients

This Thanksgiving season, it is essential to acknowledge the things we are grateful for in our lives, and we give thanks to all of our patients.  The doctors and staff of Central Florida Eye Specialists have the opportunity to touch so many people’s lives in such a unique way, and we see patients all the time… Read More


I Have Been Diagnosed With Cataracts. What’s Next?

I have been diagnosed with cataracts. Now what?

If you have been diagnosed by your eye doctor with a cataract, you are not alone. According to the National Eye Institute, cataract affects over 24.4 million Americans age 40 and older. Here at Central Florida Eye Specialists, we are also here for you to ensure you have the best support for your cataract diagnosis. … Read More


Conjunctivitis: What is Pink Eye?

Conjunctivitis, often called “pink eye,” is when the conjunctiva is irritated by an infection or allergies. Pink eye is a common eye infection that affects millions of Americans every year. Your eyes are red and swollen (inflamed), and sometimes they have a sticky discharge when infected. You can have conjunctivitis in one or both eyes. Some types of pink eye… Read More


Tips To Keep Your Eyes Healthy This Fall

Tips to keep your eyes healthy this fall

The great memories of Summer are coming to an end, but there is something about fall that makes people fall in love with this beautiful season. Maybe having a pumpkin spice latte, seeing the tree’s foliage change, or a trip to the orchard can entice you to fall in love with the season every year…. Read More


September is Healthy Aging Month

September is Healthy Aging Month

As we age, we become wiser, but our health becomes more important. There is much appreciation for the improvements in medicine; we live longer lives now. As such, it is even more critical than ever before to develop a healthy lifestyle as we get older. Like the other organs in our bodies, our eye health… Read More


Do Our Eyes Change As We Get Older?

Do our eyes change as we get older?

Beginning in the early to mid-40s, many adults may start to have issues seeing clearly, especially when reading and working on a digital device. According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, adults develop this typical problem between 41 to 60. This average change in the eye’s focusing ability, called presbyopia, will continue to progress over… Read More


Protecting Your Eye Health With Exercise

Protecting Your Eye Health With Exercise

Did you know that physically active people appear to have a 73 percent lower risk of developing glaucoma? According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, people who engage in moderate to vigorous physical activity may be able to lower their risk of glaucoma significantly. Researchers reported a 73 percent decline in the risk of developing… Read More


Eye Anatomy 101

The human eye is one crucial aspect that we should not take for granted. The miracle of seeing the beautiful world around you is the greatest gift we have as individuals. The uniqueness of these mysterious organs is the reason that eyes make all magical experiences through sight. Did you know that the human eye… Read More


The Connection Between Glaucoma and Sleep Apnea

Do you suffer from obstructive sleep apnea (OSA)? Sleep apnea is a sleep disorder in which breathing repeatedly stops and starts while sleeping. OSA symptoms include loud snoring, gasping for air during sleep, feeling sleepy during the day, and waking with a headache. Leaving this condition untreated may lead to serious health problems like stroke,… Read More


The Different Degrees of Color Blindness

Color blindness happens when you cannot see colors correctly, also known as color deficiency. Color blindness occurs when someone is unable to distinguish between specific colors. Color Blindness usually happens between greens and reds, and occasionally blues. According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, two types of cells detect light in the retina. The Rods… Read More


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