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The older we get, the more the lenses in our eyes lose their flexibility. This is a process called presbyopia. It’s the main reason the majority of seniors need reading glasses even if they never needed corrective lenses before. Those of us who already need glasses to correct nearsightedness end […]

The majority of people will experience changes to their eyesight as they age. It’s essential to stay on the watch for signs of age-related vision loss the older we get. As eye health professionals, one of our priorities is making sure our patients are informed so that they both know […]

The Exchange is truly an exciting event that allows you to engage with new offerings, products, and services. This year, we have over 12o exhibitors! Over 120 exhibitors will showcase products and services from equipment, lenses, frames, pharmaceuticals, accessories, practice support, and marketing. Here’s your chance to meet some our […]

Sunscreen and shade are essential to keeping our skin protected when enjoying time in the sun, but what about our eyes? Eyes need protection from the sun too! Let’s look at a few ways you can keep your eyes healthy when vacationing so that you can enjoy every precious moment. […]

Many of us spend a good portion of our day looking at a computer screen—some averaging as much as 10 hours of screen time per day! Even if you don’t have a desk job that requires a lot of time in front of a computer, it’s important to understand the […]

Modern makeup doesn’t contain lead, mercury, and arsenic like it used to in bygone eras. Still, how safe is it around our eyes? We’ve all heard that beauty is pain, but we in the eye care business have to put our foot down when it comes to unnecessary eye infection […]

23 March 2021 Author: Kate Green Taylor’s LASIK laser eye surgery   We recently spoke to our patient Taylor, a downhill mountain bike racing champion, all about his LASIK journey at Optimax. Taylor has competed in the World Cup for his sport and has an incredibly active lifestyle. Glasses were […]