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Vision Care

  • Photochromic Glasses & You

    Premier Eyes is a proud member of Vision Source – a nationwide network of independent optometrists. The below article was originally printed by Vision Source in June 2015. Are photochromic glasses right for you? For people who wear glasses, the transition from a sunny outdoors to a darker indoors can be┬áhard on the eyes and […]

    Continue Reading April 19, 2016

  • Men’s Health Magazine explores nighttime vision problems

    It’s always exciting when major publications engage readers about eye health. Because our office focuses on providing exceptional eye care over a person’s lifetime, chances are that many people will some day experience vision troubles at night. In the below article, Men’s Health discusses how the cornea interacts with the eye’s rods and cones in […]

    Continue Reading January 28, 2016

  • Refraction is not an exam

    A friend on social media recently tagged one of our office workers in a post. The author of the post was a mother in Alabama, whose child was diagnosed with a major eye disease that will probably (sadly) result in numerous future eye problems or blindness. The mother was upset that this eye disease was […]

    Continue Reading January 6, 2016

  • What if we had a choice?

    If an eye disease was an inevitable part of your life, wouldn’t it be nice if you could pick which disease you had? If you could, you would want to pick cataracts. Today, cataract surgery can not only remedy the disease but it can make your eye sight better than it ever was before. Thanks […]

    Continue Reading May 22, 2014