Posts From October, 2021

Sleep Apnea and Your Eyes

Sleep Apnea is a common sleep disorder affecting approximately 22 million Americans, according to the American Sleep Apnea Association (AASA). This condition can increase risk of many other health problems, but as many as 80% of those suffering from Sleep Apnea may not know that they have it. In this blog, we’ll discuss common signs […]

Eye Care FAQ’s Part 2

Eye Care FAQ’s Part 2 Does wearing glasses make my eyes weaker? No. Glasses work by bending light rays as they enter your eye. They do not change how your eyes work. When you wear your glasses, they bring light to a focus on your retina so that the object you are viewing forms a […]

Winter Eye Care

Winter Eye Care Fairbanksans experience some of the coldest winter weather in the country. Cold winter air can take a toll on our bodies, and it is especially hard on our eyes. In this blog, we’ll discuss how winter weather affects your eyes and the steps you can take to protect them. Dry or Irritated […]

How Do Glasses Work?

How do glasses work? If you wear glasses, you know that they make your vision clear and sharp when you put them on. But how does this work? In this blog, we’ll discuss the science behind corrective lenses and how they change the way we see. Refractive Error The term “Refractive Error” refers to the […]

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VUITY™ Eye Drops for Presbyopia

VUITY™ Eye Drops for Presbyopia You may have heard the news about a new eye care drop called VUITY™. This prescription medication was recently approved to treat age-related Blurry Near Vision (presbyopia) in adults, and it is the only medication ...Read More »

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