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Category: Dry Eye

Can You Wear Contact Lenses with Dry Eye Syndrome?

Dry eyes prevent people from comfortably performing everyday activities. They may even affect your vision. This is why patients with dry eye syndrome are concerned about anything that may exacerbate their symptoms. The good news is that while you can still wear contact lenses with dry eyes, it is important to visit an experienced eye […]

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What Happens During A Dry Eye Exam?

Chronic dry eyes can be uncomfortable and even painful when experienced on a daily basis. It is important for patients to take their symptoms seriously since this could be a sign of dry eye syndrome. Dry eye syndrome is a condition that occurs when your own tear supply is not enough to lubricate your eyes. If […]

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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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Seven Ways to Relieve Computer Eye Strain

More people spend their lives using devices for their work and leisure than ever before. Because of this, digital eye strain is prevalent. With the help of Nevada Eye Physicians, our vision professionals in Las Vegas, Mesquite, Henderson, Pahrump, and Boulder City, NV can offer ways to reduce digital eye strain and helpful habits to […]

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How Do You Know If You Have Dry Eye Syndrome?

Dry eye syndrome is a common eye condition that affects patients who do not have enough tear production to properly lubricate their eyes. Tears are necessary for optimal eye health and for providing clear vision. When the eyes don’t produce tears, it can be uncomfortable and lead to blurry vision. At Nevada Eye Physicians, our […]

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How Digital Devices Affect Your Eyes

Technology is amazing. It connects us with family and friends and makes our lives so much easier. But with all the great things technology brings, it can also have negative effects. Computer vision syndrome, also called digital eye strain, describes a group of vision-related problems, such as headaches and fatigue, that result from prolonged computer […]

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How Eye Examinations Can Prevent Numerous Eye Diseases

The eyes are important organs that process visual images and gauge the distance of objects. Leading a healthy lifestyle can keep your eyes functioning well into your retirement years. Regrettably, most people don’t start thinking about proper eye health until they experience a change in their eyesight. At Nevada Eye Physicians, with eight locations in […]

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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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