Retina Disease

The retina is the tissue-paper-thin membrane in the back of the eye that acts like the "film" in a camera. The retina collects information from the images projected upon it and sends it along the optic nerve to the brain, where it is interpreted and experienced as sight.

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July 14, 2020

Patient Portal Smartphone App Now Available!

We live in a world where more people have a smartphone or tablet than a computer. That is why we have worked with our vendors to bring an app to your smartphone to make it even easier to communicate with your doctors and see your records....

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July 2, 2020

Fireworks Eye Safety

The numbers are clear: Fireworks are dangerous and July 4 is an especially risky time for eye injuries. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission's most recent annual fireworks injury report (PDF) fireworks caused five deaths and 9,100 injuries in 2018. Nearly two-thirds of the fireworks injuries treated in emergency rooms happened between mid-June and mid-July...

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