January 28, 2015

Red Roses or Red Eyes? Which do you prefer on Valentine’s Day?

Have you ever had red eyes? Isn’t it fun when everybody asks you about your eyes!!! The truth is, there are many causes of red eyes, and most of them feel and look the same. So how do you know the cause? Come to Johnson Optometric and find out… Dry Eyes – There are a […]

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December 18, 2014

10 Facts about Dry Eye

Although it’s a small issue, dry eye can certainly be annoying. Here are a few causes and facts about dry eye. Dry eye is more prevalent in colder months (when the heater is running a lot), plus the air is usually more dry in the winter. Live next to Clark Griswold? Staring at Christmas lights […]

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November 13, 2014

Eyes Eyes Baby – over 15,000 views!

One of our latest YouTube videos has been seen by over 15,000 people. If you haven’t watched it yet, we’ve added it below for your viewing pleasure. Eyes Eyes Baby Yo VSP, what’s up, word, let’s kick it, ah yeah Alright stop, sit in the chair and listen, Dr. May’s back with a brand new edition […]

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October 29, 2014

Treat Yourself With a Little “Eye Candy”: The Trick to Picking Out The Perfect Frames

With Halloween around the corner you can almost hear the rustling of eager trick-or-treater’s going door-to-door with their different costumes, eagerly anticipating sacks filled with goodies. But Halloween treats don’t have to be only for kids. With our wide variety of designer eyeglass frames including Nine West, Calvin Klein, and Christian Dior, we invite you […]

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October 13, 2014

Eyes In Disguise: Colored Contacts

The most common form of vision problems are solved with corrective lenses whether that is with eyeglasses or contacts.  If contacts are the option that is right for you, did you know that selecting contacts can be much like selecting designer frames? Today, contacts come in all sorts of colors and designs.  There are color tints simply to help you see your contacts better, those to change […]

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September 23, 2014

Save Your Sight Month – External Hazards

In this second installment of Johnson Optometric’s Save Your Sight Month series, we turn our attention to common external eye hazards. By taking some simple precautions in your everyday routine, you can prevent eye injury and keep your eyes healthy as you age. Save Your Sight Tip #1 – Wear quality sunglasses with Ultraviolet (UV) […]

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September 16, 2014

Save Your Sight Month – Preventative Measures

Every September at Johnson Optometric, we look forward to sharing Save Your Sight Month with our patients. We all know that some changes in vision are a natural part of the aging process. However, Save Your Sight Month reminds us that while you cannot avoid all eye conditions, you can drastically reduce your risk and […]

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August 27, 2014

Four Reasons You Should Choose JOA for Your Pediatric Eye Care

Here at Johnson Optometric, we cater our eye care services to all members of the family.  In particular, we love working with children to diagnose and treat pediatric eye health concerns. In fact, pediatric eye care is one of our practice specialties and distinguishing features. We are not only optometrists and technicians; we are parents […]

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August 21, 2014

Warning Signs Your Child May Need Vision Correction

When it comes to children’s health, parents often need to be detectives.  This is particularly true when it comes to eyesight and vision.  Young children don’t have the life experience to realize that they should be able to see more clearly.  Parents can detect vision issues by watching for a few warning signs: Squinting Getting […]

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