Blue Light affects on eyes

Blue Emitted from Your Computer and Other Devices and Its Effect on Your Eyes The vast majority the population today uses some sort of a light-emitting device (LED) such as a computer, laptop, iPhone, android, workbook, television, etc. for many hours per day. Many of...
Scleral Lenses, making your vision great again

Scleral Lenses, making your vision great again

Scleral contact lenses have become the lens of choice for treating keratoconus and other corneal conditions not correctable with glasses or standard contact lenses. However, scleral lenses can also provide great comfort and vision in the treatment of a variety of eye...

Reading and Cheater Glasses – Dr. Steve Explains

Dr. Steven Reinders, owner and optometrist of Complete Family Eyecare explains how to choose “cheater” eyeglasses.   As long as your eyes are healthy (your eye doctor will give you a thorough eye exam once a year), it is ok to buy some inexpensive...

Crossed Eyes and Strabismus

Strabismus is a condition in which one eye does not track with the other eye. It may be constant or intermittent and may alternate between the eyes. The most common symptom of strabismus is one eye turning in a different direction than the other eye.

Crusty Eyelids and Blepharitis

Blepharitis is a common condition in which the eyelids become chronically inflamed and irritated. Blepharitis can cause corneal scarring and vision loss if left untreated.

Diabetic Eye Disease

With the recent increased incidence of diabetes in the general population, the potential for serious vision loss due to diabetes has increased also. Diabetes can cause several ocular complications and the most vision threatening complication is diabetic retinopathy.