Dry eye syndrome can leave your eyes feeling dry and irritated, and that’s nothing short of annoying. But with intense pulsed laser (IPL) treatment, relief is at hand. Read on to learn more about this revolutionary treatment.
February is Age-Related Macular Degeneration Awareness Month. As AMD is a leading cause of blindness, it’s important to know the risk factors of this eye disease. Read on to learn about the risk factors for AMD and how to reduce your risk factors.
Traumatic brain injuries are common. And people often associate them with brain fog and headaches. But a traumatic brain injury (TBI) can also impact your vision. Here are five ways vision therapy can help you after a TBI.
It’s hard (if not impossible) to ignore dry eyes; thankfully, you don’t have to try. Dry eye therapy can help alleviate your symptoms while targeting the source of your dry eyes. Read on to find out what you can expect from dry eye therapy.
If you’re an athlete looking to boost your performance, have you considered how improved visual skills might play a role? Sports vision enhancement can help you stay sharp on the field. Explore the top benefits here.
Are you considering laser eye surgery to improve your vision permanently? Laser eye surgery can correct refractive errors, reduce your reliance on glasses, and improve your quality of life. Read on to see if you’re a candidate.
Diabetic retinopathy is a leading cause of vision loss, but there are strategies you can use to reduce your risk and preserve your eyesight. Early detection and the right treatment are key. Learn more here.
Spring allergies notoriously cause itchy and watery eyes, redness, swelling, eye fatigue, and dryness. Although eye allergies are common, they’re no less annoying. Read on for tips on how to relieve spring eye allergies.
Pterygium and pinguecula are two types of fleshy eye growths that can impact your vision if they become large enough. In this blog, we explain what these two conditions are, what causes them, and how they’re treated.
As with your heart, lungs, and skin, your eyes can benefit from healthy habits as you age. Cataracts, glaucoma, and vision changes are common with age, but these seven steps can help you protect your eyes.
Not everyone is comfortable wearing standard contact lenses, and that’s where specialty contact lenses come in. Read on to learn more about your specialty contact lens options and how they can restore clear vision.
Cataracts can diminish your vision 一 and your quality of life 一 but it doesn’t have to be that way. Premium cataract surgery can restore your eyesight and even give you freedom from eyeglasses. Find out how this surgery could benefit you.
Ready to give yourself a new look? It’s as simple as selecting a new pair of frames. Celebrate your style with our curated eyewear collection. Your hardest decision just might be whether to get one pair or two.
Cataracts are a common cause of cloudy vision, light sensitivity, and poor night vision. Cataract surgery can eliminate the hassles of cloudy vision, effectively restoring your sight. Read on to learn more about cataract surgery.
Are long hours on your computer causing dry eyes and blurry vision? Digital eye strain is a real problem in a tech-heavy society, but luckily, there are steps you can take to keep your eyes healthy. Here are eight to consider.
You can experience cataracts beginning around age 40, but they’re more common among those 65 and older. Keep reading to learn how cataracts can affect your vision and if cataract surgery to restore that vision might be right for you.
If you notice any changes to your eyesight, don’t hesitate to get your eyes checked. Being proactive can help you detect problems early, like cataracts. Keep reading to learn the signs that you might be developing cataracts.
To Our Valued Patients, We are grateful for the support you’ve provided us over the past few months as we navigated the COVID-19 Pandemic. Maryland Eye Care Center has opened a spacious new location approximately one mile away from our current...