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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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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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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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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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Can Too Much Screen Time Hurt Kids’ Eyes?

For many children, remote learning has restarted this year. Virtual learning could lead to increased screen time for your child. We also realize how difficult it can feel to balance your job with your children at home, so additional screen time may be necessary. Unfortunately, it could hurt your child’s eyes. It can feel overwhelming […]

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Tips to Maintain Eye Health As You Age

Aging causes many unwanted changes to the body, including our vision. Visiting an eye care professional for a comprehensive exam is one of the most important things you can do to reduce vision loss. Even if your eyes seem fine, sometimes, age-related eye conditions show no symptoms. Healthy Aging Month is the perfect time for an assessment […]

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Signs Your Child May Have Trouble Seeing In School

During school, children read from books, digital devices, and chalkboards all in the same day. This is why back-to-school season is the best time for parents to schedule eye examinations. These comprehensive exams could reveal problems, such as nearsightedness and farsightedness, that might affect their ability to learn new things or participate in extracurricular activities. For […]

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Can A Child’s Eyesight Improve Over Time?

August is here, and that means many parents are preparing their kids for another school year. Child’s Eye Health and Safety Month is a great way to ensure healthy vision in your child for years to come. In addition to buying new school supplies, do not forget to schedule a comprehensive eye exam as part of your […]

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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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