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Play it Safe: Are Your Children’s Toys Harmful to Their Eyes?

During the holiday season, families across the U.S. take part in a great tradition – the holiday gift exchange. In the excitement of getting your children every gift on their wish list, you may not have considered the safety of each toy. This is why Nevada Eye Physicians educates patients about Safe Toys and Gifts […]

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Will LASIK Improve Nearsighted and Farsighted Vision?

Some people spend a great deal of time and money on prescription eyewear. For example, new frames and disposable contacts cost hundreds or thousands of dollars a year, depending on your preferred brands. The great news is that vision correction surgery can help you achieve near-perfect vision and get rid of visual aids. So, what […]

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When Do Cataracts Need to Be Removed?

Cataract surgery is one of the most well-known and often performed eye surgeries worldwide. During this procedure, the clouded lens, or cataract, is removed and replaced with an artificial lens. This clear lens is what improves vision in patients. While most people find that changing their prescription is enough to manage cloudy vision, your cataracts may eventually […]

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What Are The Symptoms of Dry Eye Syndrome?

Have you noticed your eyes feeling chronically dry or itchy? Many people do not know they have these symptoms until they become unbearable. Unfortunately, you may be suffering from a condition called dry eye syndrome, in which you do not produce enough tears for lubrication. This leads to eye redness, burning eyes, or eye irritation. Dry […]

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How Can Diabetic Retinopathy Be Prevented?

Though diabetic retinopathy is one of several eye diseases, it is the most common cause of vision loss and blindness among working-age adults. This condition damages the blood vessels in the retina, causing them to leak and warp your vision. The good news is that diabetic retinopathy can be prevented with early detection and proper diabetes management. […]

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What’s The Difference Between Nearsightedness And Farsightedness?

The most common eye problems in the U.S. are refractive disorders. So if you have blurry vision, nearsightedness or farsightedness may be to blame. It is hard to know what questions to ask your doctor when you receive a diagnosis for certain eye conditions. Hopefully, Nevada Eye Physicians will provide you with the information you need […]

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What is Diabetic Retinopathy and How is it Treated?

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), diabetic retinopathy is one of the leading causes of blindness in adults. November has been declared Diabetic Eye Disease Month to educate individuals about the connection between diabetes and vision impairment. Have you been diagnosed with diabetes? It is important to determine how this condition […]

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Ways to Prevent Eye Injuries in the Workplace

October is Eye Injury Prevention Month! While eye safety should be a concern all year long, many people are particularly susceptible to injuries at work. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2,000 individuals in the U.S. sustain a job-related eye injury every day. Roughly one-third of these injuries are treated in an […]

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How to Keep Your Kids Eyes Safe on Halloween

The most frightful day of the year is coming soon. Your little one is probably already looking forward to Halloween. But if your children enjoy dressing up and walking the neighborhoods for candy, you also want to make sure they avoid injuries. A little preparation can go a long way in protecting their eye health. […]

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At-Home Eye Check! October Is Home Eye Safety Month

Did you know that a surprising number of eye injuries happen at home each year? When completing daily tasks in and around the house, some people forget to take the proper precautions, leading to loss of vision or even blindness. The professionals at Nevada Eye Physicians believe the first step to maintaining healthy eyes is […]

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Seek Treatment Today

If you are experiencing any symptoms associated with cataracts, it is important to seek attention from an eye care professional as soon as possible. At Nevada Eye Physicians, we work to both diagnose and treat cataracts to help our patients gain clearer vision. To schedule your consultation, contact one of our facilities today.

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