Welcome backMay 12, 2020Dear Valued Patient:We are excited to announce our practice is getting ready to welcome you back for your eye health care needs. We’d like to inform you of the additional steps we have taken to protect our patients, staff and Doctor while you are in our office. Infection control has always been
Carr and Camp Fire Eye Care Relief Our hearts go out to all of those affected by the Carr Fire here in Northern California. Our office remains open and we are available to help with all of your eye care needs. Please do not hesitate to call if you are in need of artificial tears
Sunglasses as Important as Sunscreen for Kids By Rachael Anderson Perhaps you’re quick to make sure your kids wear sunglasses when you hit the beach or the pool. But do you take the same precaution when they’re just playing outside in the backyard or walking around the neighborhood? If your answer is no, you could be putting
Blue light protection tips for indoors and outside Sunglasses have enjoyed immense popularity over time. This is in part because tinted eyewear can enhance the quality of your vision. On a bright sunny day the retina in the back of your eye becomes saturated and your ability to judge contrast sensitivity, or discern fine detail, is
We Now Carry Ray-Bans! We are excited to announce that we now offer Ray-Ban prescription glasses and sunglasses. Ray-Ban has been leading the market in superior lenses that have the latest technology and colors. They are known for their innovative styles of eyewear. Some of Ray-Ban styles are Memo Ray, Carbon Fibre, Light-Ray, LiteForce and Titanium.
Block UV Rays for Eyes’ Sake This article was featured in the Record Searchlight | Redding.com today. Protecting your eyes and the eyes of your family with quality sunglasses is very important to the overall health of our eyes.
Trouble in school? Maybe it’s a learning-related vision problem. If your child is having difficulty in school, it’s very possible she just can’t see the blackboard or the book in front of her. Experts estimate roughly 80% of what a child learns in school is information presented visually, so visual problems are often confused as