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Are Floaters a Normal Part of Your Vision?

Many people, especially as they get older, experience floaters, which are specks that appear in your vision. They can be annoying, but you get used to them most of the time, and they appear to fade away. Floaters are common and usually harmless. However, there are some scenarios where floaters can indicate a more serious […]


May is Healthy Vision Month

Did you know that May is Healthy Vision Month? Healthy Vision Month promotes healthy habits when it comes to eye health while bringing awareness to common eye conditions. Regular eye exams and understanding any diseases you may be at risk for are vital to maintaining healthy vision. Several factors can compromise your vision, and you […]


Yes, You Can Afford Refractive Surgery!

LASIK and other refractive surgeries like PRK and the Visian ICL are appealing options for a lot of people who rely on glasses or contacts. It’s no wonder since these procedures can correct your vision and eliminate the need for any other visual aids. But one thing that scares off potential patients is the expense. […]


What is LipiFlow?

There are a few treatment methods for dry eye syndrome, a common eye condition in patients with inadequate tear production. Most of these treatments involve non-invasive lifestyle changes, like taking nutritional supplements. In more extreme cases, these simple treatment methods aren’t sufficient, and surgery may be necessary. Luckily, there’s a treatment for dry eyes that […]


Will Cosmetic Surgery Make My Eyes Look Younger?

There are plenty of valid reasons to seek out cosmetic surgery. Your self-confidence and self-esteem directly affect your mental health, which is just as important as any other aspect of your health. It’s not as much about how cosmetic surgery makes you look. What matters is how it makes you feel. The truth is, for […]


Workplace Eye Wellness Month

March is Workplace Eye Wellness Month! It’s essential to keep your health in mind while you’re on the job.  That includes all aspects of your health: mental and physical. Many occupations can present hazards to your eyes and your long-term eye health.  You may even be surprised at what occupations need to be most aware […]


How Often Do You Need To See Your Ophthalmologist?

When it comes to your eyes, you may not know how often you should see an eye care professional. It’s recommended to have regular appointments with various health professionals, whether it’s your primary care physician, dentist, or eye doctor. But the standard annual exam doesn’t fit all specialists. While many people who require glasses or […]


Don’t Neglect Your Eye Health During Quarantine

At Shepherd Eye Center, we are committed to providing excellent, ongoing care for our patients while taking every possible precaution in preventing the spread of COVID-19. One of the ways we provide ongoing care is by educating our patients on the importance of early detection. Ophthalmologists have seen a recent spike in serious yet preventable […]


Age-Related Macular Degeneration Awareness Month

Several health organizations recognize February as Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD) Month. The most important one that does is the American Academy of Ophthalmology. AMD is one of the more common age-related eye conditions, and it can be hard to spot in the early stages of the disease. It affects the center of your vision, reducing […]


Glaucoma Awareness Month

Did you know that January is Glaucoma Awareness Month? Glaucoma is one of the leading causes of blindness in adults over the age of 60, but up to half of those with glaucoma do not know they have the disease. You can save your vision with early detection and treatment. What is glaucoma? Glaucoma is […]


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