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  • We Are Back Open to Routine Care

    Our office is back open to routine care, and we are excited for patients to experience our new facility. Please follow our facebook page to view our latest video. With the post-COVID opening, we are implementing new procedures for everyone’s safety. Masks – our staff is wearing masks and other protective gear. We ask that […]

    Continue Reading June 4, 2020

  • New Hours & Procedures

    In compliance with the Center of Disease Control, our office postponing routine eye care and seeing medical appointments as needed. Our new hours are  9AM to 4PM. Glasses and contact lens pickups are by appointment, and we would appreciate courtesy calls when patients are en route. In addition we have removed communal items from our […]

    Continue Reading March 27, 2020

  • How to Keep Glasses in Top-Notch Condition

    Picking out the right frames and lens is a deep reflection of personal style and vision needs. We know the importance of keeping glasses in proper working order, so Dr. Bell has put together the following educational tips:  1. Wipe with a special microfiber cloth. Microfibers are designed to pick up even the smallest particles […]

    Continue Reading July 30, 2016

  • Eye Care Precautions to Take in Flooded Conditions

    Spring is here, and with it comes baseball, spring break, and the possibility of high waters and flooding. Flooding has the potential to devastate a community and create many community-wide health issues. The American Optometric Association warns readers of how flooding conditions can affect eye care and eye health, especially for contact lens wearers. Below […]

    Continue Reading March 14, 2016

  • Macular Degeneration and Your Diet

    February Eye Focus: Age-Related Macular Degeneration Age-Related Macular Degeneration is the most common eye disease affecting people over age 50, and it is unfortunately irreversible. Some common symptoms include a gradual loss of ability to see objects clearly, distorted vision, a gradual loss of color vision, and a dark or empty area appearing in the […]

    Continue Reading February 15, 2016

  • Premier Eyes Official Rules for Contests, Promotions, and Giveaways

    NO PURCHASE OR PAYMENT OF ANY KIND IS NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. The “Stay Warm at the Ballpark” giveaway is a promotion of Premier Eyes, SC in Wisconsin. This contest is governed by these official rules. By participating in the contest, each entrant agrees to abide by these Official Rules, including all eligibility requirements, […]

    Continue Reading January 1, 2016

  • Smoking and Vision Loss

    Our office always wants to help patients focus on eye health. As you set goals and resolutions for 2016, consider adding smoking cessation to your list. Your vision will thank you! Article source: http://www.allaboutvision.com/smoking/ Smoking is the single largest preventable cause of disease and premature death in the United States. It harms nearly every organ […]

    Continue Reading December 8, 2015