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  • Orthokeratology: FAQ
    Orthokeratology, also known as Ortho-K, is a non-surgical alternative to glasses and contact lenses. If you are a bad candidate for Lasik surgery, this is an excellent alternative. Q: How Does Read more
  • Hard To Fit Contacts vs Regular Contacts
    Hard To Fit Contacts vs Regular Contacts Contact lenses are an excellent alternative to glasses. They give you a more natural appearance, and they are the better option for athletes and Read more
  • Don't Let Your Benefits Go to Waste
    Every year, you're given a certain number of benefits through your traditional vision insurance policy and any flexible spending accounts you have. These benefits rarely carry over to the next Read more
  • Protect Your Eyes from the Sun
    Choosing Prescription Sunglasses At Warm Spring Optometric Group Before you know it, summer will be here with its hot, bright sunlight and its invisible but damaging UV rays. For people who Read more
  • Signs You Might Have Eye Cataracts
    Warm Spring Optometric Group  Discusses Cataracs: Warning Signs and Treatments If you think you might be suffering from cataracts, or you have had a sudden change in your vision, Dr. Michael Read more
  • What To Expect During Your Contact Lens Fitting
    Contact Lens Fitting at Warm Springs Optometric Group in Fremont, CA At Warm Springs Optometric Group, a premier optometric establishment in Fremont, we strive to make your switch to contact lenses Read more
  • Sports Vision Protection
    Our Warm Spring Optometric Group on Understanding Eye Protection For Sports  There are approximately 40,000 eye injuries related to sports each year. Approximately 90 percent of them could have been avoided. Read more
  • Signs You May Have Computer Vision Syndrome
    Our Warm Spring Optometric Group in Fremont, CA Discusses Computer Vision Syndrome Staring too long at a screen can cause eye strain, and if you already have vision problems, the issue Read more
  • The Importance of Sunglasses
    Our Warm Spring Optometric Group in Fremont, CA Discusses The Importance of Sunglasses Most people wear sunglasses as an expression of their personality but sunglasses have other important roles. For instance, Read more
  • How to Keep Your Eyes Healthy for Sports
    How to Keep Your Eyes Healthy for Sports with Help from Our Optometrist in Fremont At Warm Spring Optometric Group, it is our mission to help you improve your vision and Read more
  • Choosing the Right Glasses for Your Face Shape
    Choosing the Right Eyeglass Frames with Our Fremont Optometrists At Warm Springs Optometric Group, our optometrists in Fremont offer the eye and vision care services you and your family need. From Read more
  • 5 Frequently Asked Questions About Glaucoma
    Frequently Asked Questions About Glaucoma Answered by Our Fremont Eye Doctors What Is Glaucoma? Glaucoma is a disease of the optic nerve and one of the leading causes of blindness in the Read more
  • ​What To Do During An Eye Emergency
    Eye Emergencies with our Fremont Optometrist What is an eye emergency, and when should you get emergency eye care? An eye emergency can occur when your eyes are exposed to chemicals, Read more
  • Choosing The Right Eyeglasses
    Choose The Right Eyeglasses With Your Fremont Optometrist At Warm Springs Optometric Group, our team of skilled and experienced optometrists in Fremont is here to help you optimize your eye and Read more
  • Signs You May Have Cataracts
    Cataract Treatment From Our Fremont Optometrists At Warm Springs Optometric Group, our optometrists in Fremont are here to provide the eye and vision care you need at all stages of life. Read more
  • Preparing for LASIK With Your Fremont Eye Doctors
    Preparing for LASIK with Your Fremont Eye Doctors While some people opt to wear contact lens or eyeglasses for presbyopia, astigmatism, farsightedness, and nearsightedness, others want to quit these vision aides. Read more

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