We are not on the list of business closures to control the spread. We are open to see our scheduled patients. We will keep operating safely as we have during this year, for as long as we are permitted.
We are happy we can keep operating and are looking forward to helping you and your families.Continue Reading... Comments Off on Covid-19 Update: November 16, 2020
We opened on May 4th as planned and over the week, we have worked out all unforeseen glitches that arose from the new protocols we follow for exams. I thought I’d share those protocols so everyone can be prepared when arriving for an exam. Only staff and scheduled patients are allowed in the office at […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on We are Officially Open for Exams!
An easily avoidable tragedy that cannot currently be reversed once the damage is done. Boy burns retina by staring at small laser. A 9 year old burned a permanent hole in his retina by staring at a green laser while playing. The article goes into some detail about the risks and the FDA’s opinion on […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Laser burns in a boy’s eye
I understand if the title throws you off- “what is a Snellen chart and why should I care?” That was my first response too- and I actually work in an Optometry office. (I’m not a Optometrist, but I could totally play one on TV.) The Snellen Chart is that screen of weirdly shaped block letters […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on The History & Accuracy of the Snellen Chart