August 9, 2017

Ask the Docs – Solar Eclipse Edition

You asked and we answered!! Here is a special edition of “Ask the Docs” with information about the upcoming Solar Eclipse on Aug. 21, 2017. Be sure you know all the details to be able to enjoy this event safely!

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June 28, 2017

Ask the Docs Episode 6

You asked and we answered!! Here is the sixth segment of the “Ask the Docs” Answer Session with Dr. May and Dr. Martin. We hope you learn something and enjoy!

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May 31, 2017

Ask the Docs Episode 5

You asked and we answered!!  Here is the fifth segment of the “Ask the Docs” Answer Session with Dr. May and Dr. Martin.  We hope you learn something and enjoy! Questions in this Answer Session: Q: What should I do if I scratch my eye? Q: When do I need cataract surgery? Thanks to everyone […]

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February 1, 2017

Ask the Docs: Episode Four

You asked and we answered!! Here is the fourth segment of the “Ask the Docs” Answer Session with Dr. May and Dr. Martin. We hope you learn something and enjoy! Questions in this Answer Session: Q: What makes someone a good or bad candidate for laser eye surgery? Q: Are daily contacts better than monthly […]

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December 14, 2016

Ask The Docs: Episode Three

You asked and we answered!! Here is the third segment of the “Ask the Docs” Answer Session with Dr. May and Dr. Martin. We hope you learn something and enjoy! Questions in this Answer Session: 1. I have an FSA. What is the difference between FSA and HSA? 2. Can you explain Central Serous Retinopathy? […]

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August 16, 2016

Ask the Docs

Here’s your chance to ask the doctors anything! Perhaps you have a question about your child’s eyes, a certain type of eye condition, the benefits of LASIK, etc. Now is your chance to ask! Simply comment on this blog post with the form at the bottom of this page, and Dr. May and Dr. Martin […]

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June 21, 2016

Educational Series: Epiretinal Membrane

Hey, it’s Dr. May again! This month’s topic is a retinal condition called an epiretinal membrane. This is a fairly common retinal disorder that can affect many people, with varying degrees of severity. The retina is the very back layer of the eye, and there are 10 layers to the retina. The very top layer […]

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May 24, 2016

Educational Series: Blepharitis

Dry Eye Syndrome affects so many people in so many different ways, but let me just talk briefly about one of the major causes of dry eye, which is blepharitis.  Blepharitis is a fairly common condition where the eyelids will become inflamed (for a variety of reasons).  This causes the tear film to not work […]

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March 22, 2016

Educational Video: Dry Eye and Treatment

Many of us suffer from the symptoms of dry eye. In this video, Dr. Martin explains what causes dry eye, the symptoms, and treatment options.

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February 24, 2016

Educational Video Series: Diabetes

Dr. Andrew May discusses diabetes as part of our Educational Series. Diabetes is the leading cause of blindness in people under the age of 65, and a very serious health problem in America. It is very important to have a yearly dilated exam if you have diabetes or may be at risk for it.

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