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  • How to Manage Myopia
    Over 2.6 billion people worldwide are living with myopia. Myopia is nearsightedness, which makes it difficult to see things that are far away. Those with myopia can see objects clearly Read more
  • 5 Facts About Myopia You Probably Didn’t Know
    As time goes on, chances are you probably know someone who has myopia - whether your child, a friend, family member or yourself. But how much do you really know Read more
  • Why Vision Therapy is important
    Quality Vision Therapy from Our Optometrists  Sometimes, we all need a little support. Glasses and contacts can improve your vision, but vision therapy seeks to support your overall eye health. Vision Read more
  • Does Myopia Get Worse With Age?
    Many parents who come into our practices consider their children’s myopia as a simple vision problem that needs correction. Each time the child needs a higher prescription, they just “fix” Read more
  • When to See an Optometrist
    When to See an Optometrist Good health extends to every part of your body and keeping your eyes healthy requires you to have a regular eye exam schedule. A visit to Read more
  • What is a toric contact lens?
    How Toric Contact Lenses Can Help Astigmatism is a condition that causes a spherical curvature deviation in the eye's lens, preventing light rays from meeting at a common focus creating a Read more
  • What To Expect During a Contact Lens Fitting
    What to Expect During a Contact Lens Fitting If this is your first contact lens fitting, know that you are in good hands with us at the Warm Springs Optometric Group Read more
  • Has COVID-19 Impacted Your Child’s Eyes?
    Is your child squinting more than usual? Is she or he having difficulty reading or seeing distant objects, even if they already wear glasses or have recently had an eye Read more
  • Are Myopia Management Contact Lenses Safe for Children?
    We meet dozens of parents and children every day who come in for eye exams, myopia treatments and other services. During these visits, we welcome and address questions or concerns Read more
  • How Eating Healthy Affects Your Eyes
    How Eating Healthy Affects Your Eyes Your eye health is linked to your overall health and condition. Certain lifestyle factors, including being sedentary and eating processed foods high in fat, sugar, Read more
  • 5 Ways to Get Your Kids Outdoors This Winter and Save Their Vision
    Just because the weather is cooling down, it doesn't mean that your kids should be kept indoors all winter long. In fact, there are many reasons to have them spend Read more
  • 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

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