Eye Allergies

Spring has sprung!  Along with the blooming trees, flowers and the return of green grass comes allergies.  And for many, allergies don’t just stop at sneezing and sniffling.  They also affect the eyes, causing redness, itchiness, wat...

Less Drops Cataract Surgery

According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, more than half of all Americans will develop cataracts by age 80. A cataract is a clouding of the lens in the eye, which can cause one’s vision to become blurry and distorted, leaving colors dull ...

Winter Weather and Your Eyes

While the first day of winter is technically still two weeks away, we have already been experiencing our share of winter weather across the Triangle! Winter weather can do more than just affect the road conditions around us; it can also affect our e...

Are Contact Lenses for You?

With recent developments in technology, soft contact lenses are increasingly popular, with millions of people wearing and caring for them every day. Without proper contact lens care, you could be risking infection, lack of oxygen to the eye, and in s...

Online Eye Exams: What to Consider Before Hopping on the Bandwagon

Doing anything and everything electronically seems to be all the rage these days—even most of your doctors have probably hopped on board. Some things can be quite convenient, such as rescheduling an appointment online through your physician’s por...

Women’s Eye Health Awareness

Did you know that women are more likely than men to develop certain eye-related health problems? There are a number of reasons for this difference, and I’d like to tell you why! Firstly, women tend to live longer than men, thus the likelihood that ...