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  • Use It or Lose It - HSA & FSA
    Every year, you're given a certain number of benefits through your traditional vision insurance policy and any HSA & FSA accounts you have. These benefits rarely carry over to the Read more
  • FDA- Approved MiSight Contact Lenses Do Wonders in Reducing Myopia Progression!
    If there is one thing that eye health professionals agree on, it’s that myopia is an eye disease of growing proportions.  Having myopia as a child significantly increases the risk of Read more
  • Importance of Routine Eye Exams
    Importance of Routine Eye Exams It is important for patients to get routine eye examinations. These should not be ignored, especially if a patient already has prescribed lenses from an eye Read more
  • Macular Degeneration FAQs
    Most Commonly Asked Questions about Macular Degeneration Many eye diseases can compromise our vision, especially as we age. One of these common conditions is macular degeneration, sometimes referred to as age-related Read more
  • Recent media coverage about childhood myopia
    Myopia in children is a growing concern, especially with so many kids learning virtually during the pandemic. Myopia is a disease where the eye grows too long, with the symptom Read more
  • Common Eye Injuries
    Your Guide to Common Eye Injuries from Warm Springs Optometric Group Most of us realize how important it is to take care of our eyes, but accidents are also a part Read more
  • Back To School Glasses
    Put Glasses on Your Back to School Checklist This is the time of year that parents flock to back to school sales for pens, pencils, backpacks, laptops, and clothes. It's also Read more
  • Fruits & Veggies and How They Impact Vision
    Fruits & Veggies and How They Impact Vision Most people are aware that eating a diet full of fresh fruits and vegetables provides a variety of health wellness benefits. One way Read more
  • Choosing the Right Prescription Sunglasses: Protect Your Eyes from the Sun
    Choosing the Right Prescription Sunglasses: Protect Eyes from the Sun If you are not wearing your contact lenses, it can be hard to protect your eyes with sunglasses alone. Prescription sunglasses Read more
  • Sports Vision FAQs
    Sports Vision FAQs One of the aspects of vision that our optometrists specialize in at Warm Springs Optometric Group in Fremont is sports vision. Sports vision plays an important role when Read more
  • Early Signs of Glaucoma
    Early Signs of Glaucoma Glaucoma encompasses several types of eye conditions that damage the optic nerve in the eyes. It can be caused from high pressure in the eye and it Read more
  • Signs of Sight Loss
    Signs of Sight Loss Most people would identify their vision as one of their most important senses. At Warm Springs Optometric Group, we want all our patients to understand the symptoms Read more
  • Lazy Eye
    Lazy Eye Treatment Lazy eye, which is also known as amblyopia, is a condition that develops during early childhood. It occurs when a child’s eyesight doesn’t develop as it should in Read more
  • Signs of Computer Vision
    Signs of Computer Vision If you live in the Fremont area and your job requires looking at a computer for prolonged periods of time, you can turn to Warm Springs Optometric Read more
  • Dry Eye
    10 Tips For Dealing With Dry Eye This Winter As autumn turns to winter, windows close, heaters come on, humidity drops and, for those who suffer from Dry Eye that irritating Read more
  • The Importance of Eye Care and Check Ups
    3 Reasons Why You Shouldn't Skip Your Regular Eye Exam Eye care is important for everybody, from kids to seniors. At Warm Springs Optometric Group, we recommend that Fremont residents visit Read more

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