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Category: Common Eye Conditions

5 Common Eye Conditions You Should Know About

Your eyes are often the primary source of the information your brain needs to safely navigate you through life. Unfortunately, certain eye conditions can lead to the breakdown of effective communication between your eyes and your brain. When you experience trouble with your vision, it can have a serious impact on your quality of life. […]

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How Are Eye Floaters and Flashes Treated?

Floaters are among the most common experiences people face. These transparent and spotted specks occasionally float across your field of vision. Flashes, on the other hand, are temporary streaks of light. While these symptoms are harmless on their own, patients should pay attention and contact an eye doctor if they become an issue. So, what […]

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I Have Presbyopia. What Are My Treatment Options?

Do you have problems seeing objects at a close distance? Presbyopia is a common eye condition that affects millions of people every day. However, many people do not realize they have it. Because it causes blurry vision, presbyopia can prevent us from living our daily lives. If you would like the freedom of reading or […]

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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 Foods May Help Improve Eye Health?

Making sure you incorporate a wide variety of different foods into your diet can ensure you are getting the nutrients you need to maintain and enhance your ocular health. These foods include fruits, veggies, omega 3 fatty acids, lean meats, and eggs. Many medical studies have shown that nutrient-dense foods can help control and prevent […]

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Avoid Sports Eye Injuries by Putting Safety First

When you consider everyday hazards, many people don’t think of eye hazards. However, eye injuries do happen frequently, especially during sports. September is Sports Eye Safety Month. According to Personalized Cause, eye injuries in sports are the leading cause of eye-related visits to emergency rooms. Nevada Eye Physicians offers patients eye safety tips to help […]

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How to Protect Your Child’s Eyes In Sports

With school starting soon, it is important to make sure your children are in overall good health. Making their vision a priority will also help to ensure a fun-filled, successful school year. To raise awareness, August has been declared Child’s Eye Health and Safety Month. Nevada Eye Physicians is proud to educate patients about the […]

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How Does Ultraviolet Light Damage Your Eyes?

It’s no secret that UV light has a damaging effect on the skin. However, many people don’t realize the damage that UV light can have on their eyes. The tissues that make up our eyes are some of the most sensitive tissues found in our entire body. July is National Ultraviolet Safety Month, so our […]

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Tips to Protect Your Eyes from UV Light

July is National Ultraviolet Safety month. Ultraviolet rays can cause eye damage, including macular degeneration and cataracts, which are two main causes of vision loss among the elderly. At Nevada Eye Physicians, our vision professionals provide eye exams at all of our seven locations throughout Nevada to check our patients’ eye health and to determine […]

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What Is Astigmatism and How Does It Affect Vision?

During a comprehensive eye exam, our vision professionals at Nevada Eye Physicians can detect eye problems, including astigmatism. When light enters the eye, it refracts and creates a view of the object. When the sphere changes shape, it can result in blurry or wavy vision. This refractive error isn’t an eye disease and it can […]

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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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