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The Difference Between an Eye Exam and a Contact Lens Exam

March 31, 2020

Getting a routine eye exam is important for the health of your eyes. However, it is not the same thing as getting a contact lens exam.

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5 Essential Questions to Ask During an Eye Exam

February 29, 2020

One of the best ways to stay in control of the health of your eyes and your vision is attend regular appointments for eye exams with a professional eye doctor.

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Top 5 Questions to ask your Wichita Falls Eye Doctor

January 30, 2020

If your eyes are healthy and you have good vision, you may only need to see your eye doctor once a year. This means that it is essential to make the most of your visit and ask any important questions that could benefit your eye health and ensure that you continue to enjoy great vision for as long as possible. It can be extremely frustrating to leave an appointment and realize that you didn’t ask a burning question. So, to help you get the very most from your visit, listed below are the top 5 questions you should ask your Wichita Falls eye doctor.

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Eyewear Trends for 2020

December 31, 2019

Wearing glasses doesn’t just have to be functional. Like many celebrities, your choice of eyewear can make a real statement about who you are as a person. They can even become one of your defining features. Woody Allen is considered one of the pioneers of the hipster frame, while fashion icon Iris Apfel reflects her eclectic style in her choice of thick, black round glasses. And he may be fictional, but even Harry Potter is known for his round, wire-framed spectacles. 

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What is Astigmatism

November 20, 2019

Astigmatism is an issue that most people have heard of, but very few people actually know much about it. Your eye is made up of a bunch of different parts that can affect how light and images enter your eye and can be translated by your brain. Your cornea is generally designed to be smooth and curved equally in all directions. This helps to ensure that the light entering your eye from a number of different angles can be properly focused when it reaches the back of your eye. Astigmatism is when the cornea is not spherical in shape.

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