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New Years Resolution

We’ve all made New Year’s resolutions—plans to lose weight, get organized or manage our time better. This year, make a resolution that’s easy to keep: taking better care of your eyes. With just one phone call or appointment, you can be on your way to healthier eyes in the new year. Here are some simple things you can do:
Get an eye exam
Many eye diseases don’t cause any symptoms. So a regular eye exam is a good idea even if you think your eyes are healthy. Making and appointment every January helps you remember it.
When should your child have an eye exam? Get the facts on child’s eye exam and resolve to make sure your kids’ eyes are healthy.
Get screened for glaucoma
Glaucoma is called the “silent thief of sight” because it can cause vision loss before you know you have it. If you are 40 or older, you need regular glaucoma screenings. See our links to learn more about Glaucoma and request an appointment.
Update your glasses prescription
Do you enjoy reading less than you used to? Get headaches or dry eyes after working at your computer? Your glasses or contact lens prescription could be outdated or wrong for your activities. Call Dr. Barry, Dr. Patel & Dr. Nguyen to have your eyes and prescription checked. Our office has a complete optical shop with hundreds of frames to choose from so you will be able to fill your prescription without another stop.
Protect your eyes
Even in winter, the sun’s rays can damage your eyes. Learn how to find the right sunglasses and keep your eyes safe from harmful UV rays year-round.
Protect your eyes from dust, chemicals and debris with safety glasses, safety goggles or other protective eyewear. Learn when you need safety eyewear and why it’s important.
Prevent eye strain
A few changes in your work station or daily routine can help prevent headaches and dry, tired eyes. Take care of your eyes on the job with these simple tips that our staff can help you with.
We wish you all and happy and healthy New Year. Keeping your eye sight at its best will help you maintain your lifestyle throughout the year!