Protect Your Vision


Vision is important to everyone, yet many suffer from vision loss remedied with simple outpatient procedures.


Prevent and Treat

At least 75 percent of disease-related vision loss is avoidable through prevention or treatment.

Don’t be part of the statistics; get treated now to start seeing life clearly again and follow these tips to help protect your vision.

Get regular eye exams.

Many eye conditions have no symptoms in the early stages when they’re most treatable. Doctors recommend regular eye screenings beginning at age 40 or earlier if you have eye disease risk factors, including family history, diabetes and high blood pressure.

Wear Sunglasses.

Too much sunlight exposure can increase your risk of developing eye diseases. Since sun damage can build up over a lifetime, you and your children should wear UV-protective eyewear and even wide-brimmed hats.

Stop smoking.

Smoking increases your risk of developing cataracts and macular degeneration as well as other health problems, such as cancer. The longer you smoke, the higher your risk, so don’t wait to quit.

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Schedule your eye appointment today and be on your way to better vision!

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