7 Dry Eye Tips To Try If You Need Relief This Winter
When it comes to winter, it’s inevitable that things will feel a little more dry than normal. Your hands may crack and your skin may feel rougher. But for people with dry eye syndrome, having dry eyes during the winter can feel plain miserable! If your dry eyes are throwing you for a loop as… Read More
Use Your Flex Spending On Vision Care Before The Year Ends!
The holiday season is finally almost here! There’s a lot to be excited about, but with the holidays also comes another thing to think about. If you have flex spending, you’re running out of time to use it. Not sure how to spend it? Keep reading for some ideas on how you can put those… Read More
8 Cataract Warning Signs To Watch Out For
Cataracts are something that everyone will experience as they get older. But if you’ve never had a cataract, how do you know what the warning signs of a cataract are? Keep reading for 8 cataract warning signs to watch out for! 1. Blurry vision When you have cataracts, one of the most common symptoms is… Read More
Will My Dry Eye Worsen Because of Allergies?
Ah, spring. Flowers are blooming, birds are chirping, and you’re sneezing. Allergy season is right around the corner. For those of us who suffer from allergies, it can be difficult to enjoy the beautiful springtime weather. This can be worsened if you have allergies and you suffer from dry eye syndrome! Keep reading to find… Read More
Here Is Why You Should Consider Blade-Free LASIK
Do you wear glasses or contacts? If so, you may be wondering if there are better vision options available. For those that qualify, blade-free LASIK may be an option to reduce dependence on contact lenses and prescription eyewear. Did you know that LASIK is the most popular elective medical procedure available in the world? Keep… Read More
On the road: what our doctors have been up to!
Wondering what the eye doctors at See Clearly Vision have been up to? Our doctors are always busy, and lately we’ve been attending events locally and throughout the U.S. to share our knowledge and expertise on a range of common eye health issues. We want to give you a glimpse into some of the ways… Read More
Ravens defensive tackle Brandon Williams seeing more clearly after surgery to combat eye condition
Baltimore Ravens defensive tackle, Brandon Williams, receives FDA approved collagen cross-linking treatment for both eyes due to his struggle with keratoconus. Performed by our very own Dr. Rajesh Rajpal, the treatment will help combat his condition to help him see clearly on the field. The Baltimore Sun shares his story: (Link No Longer Available)
Top 10 Questions about Corneal Cross-Linking
Keratoconus is one of the most common corneal disorders in the U.S. today. In 2016, the FDA approved the corneal cross-linking procedure for progressive keratoconus and corneal ectasia after refractive eye surgery. Our very own Dr. Dawn Williams wrote an article in Optometry Times answering the top 10 frequently asked questions about corneal cross-linking:
Introducing Raindrop® Near Vision Inlay, a Simple Solution for Near Vision Loss
Raindrop Vision Procedure Designed for People Who Want to Reduce or Eliminate Reading Glasses Now Available at See Clearly Vision The all-new Raindrop ® Near Vision Inlay is designed to improve near vision so you can see fine print, menus and your phone without the hassle of reading glasses Tysons, July 31, 2017 — If… Read More