Tag: Shepherd Eye

Why You Should Take A Break From The Screens

With how popular screens have become in modern society, you’ve heard that too much screen time is bad for your health. It’s true that spending most of your day staring at a screen can negatively affect your health, especially your eyes. But since so many people rely on screens not only for entertainment but for […]


Workplace Eye Wellness Month

March is Workplace Eye Wellness Month. This month, we’re promoting awareness surrounding eye safety at work. Today, you may not think about your eye safety, if you like so many, work in an office environment. Eye related problems are more common in office workers than those who work in jobs like construction. Why? Because of […]


Age-Related Macular Degeneration Awareness Month

February is age-related macular degeneration awareness month, as recognized by the American Academy of Ophthalmology. Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is the leading cause of permanent vision loss in adults 60 and older. That’s why being aware of AMD and its warning signs is important as we get older. But like many age-related eye conditions, by […]


When Is A Corneal Transplant Necessary?

A corneal transplant, or keratoplasty, is a procedure that replaces a patient’s cornea with a donor cornea. The cornea is the front part of the eye where light is refracted as it passes through. This makes it a vital component for being able to see. When the cornea becomes damaged beyond repair, a transplant may […]


Is A Premium Lens Implant Right For You?

Electing to have cataract surgery is no small decision. Cataract surgery is both safe and effective. It’s also one of the most commonly performed medical procedures in the country. Getting this procedure can change your life, and for the better! It allows you to see clearly again without cataracts obstructing your vision. Cataract surgery can […]


Glaucoma Awareness Month

January is Glaucoma Awareness Month. While most people have heard of glaucoma, few realize how common it is, especially in older adults. Glaucoma is one of the leading causes of blindness in patients 60 and older. But having glaucoma doesn’t always mean you’ll go blind. But to prevent vision loss, you need to be aware […]


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