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What is 20/20 Vision?

May 26, 2016

The term 20/20 vision is often used in many offices to describe great vision. However, what exactly does having 20/20 vision mean? Read on to learn more about 20/20 vision. Understanding 20/20 Vision According to the American Optometric Association, 20/20 vision is a term used to describe a person’s visual acuity, or the clarity or […]

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Why Do Newborn Babies Have Blue Eyes?

January 22, 2016

It’s very common for newborn babies to be born with blue eyes, even though this color usually changes as the baby gets older. Continue reading to find out more about how eye color develops in a baby. Newborns having blue eyes is caused by the quantity of a protein pigment known as melanin in the […]

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Life-Saving Discoveries Made During Routine Eye Exams

December 3, 2015

Having regular eye exams is crucial because your eye doctor could identify a serious illness, injury or disease that you may not otherwise have known about. Some of these issues may not have any signs or symptoms causing you to be unaware that you’re dealing with them, such as diabetes or high blood pressure. This […]

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