What Can I Eat To Keep My Eyes Healthy?Posted by HEY GIRL on
Not just carrots, these foods below will help keep your eyes healthy. – Dr. Morrison Leafy Green Vegetables Spinach, kale and other leafy greens contain important pigments that deposit in the back of the eye (retina) and protect your eye from damage. Berries The antioxidants in blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries...
3 Things I See in Eye Exams That Patient’s Don’t Know They HavePosted by HEY GIRL on
When it comes to eye exams there's more than meets the eye. In your comprehensive eye exam we can learn a number of things related to your eye and general health. Here are the top 3 things I see in eye exams that patients don't know they have.
Why Our Eye Exams Are DifferentPosted by HEY GIRL on
I want your vision to help you, not limit you, in living your best life. My mission is to provide my patients with the most comprehensive and personalized care possible. Because we function as a concierge-like practice, I am able to provide this unique care to each patient. With...
Does my age affect my lens prescription?Posted by FRAMED EWE on
By Dr. Caitlin J. Morrison, OD, FAAO, FSLS | Doctor of Optometry | email@example.com Glasses are not a one-size-fits-all. There are many types of lenses that can help you see your best during different aspects of your life. I get a lot of questions about eye strain and computer work...
Do I Need A Blue Light Filter On My Glasses?Posted by FRAMED EWE on
Blue light protection is a hot topic. Considering how much time people spend on their computers and phones, is there a benefit to wearing glasses that filter the light coming from these digital devices?