Vision Blog

Our blogs cover a range of tops from eye health, glaucoma, cataracts, and dry eyes.

Three Ways Outdoor Allergens Affect Your Eyes

Daniel Tepper, M.D. | 01/22/2023

Outdoor eye allergies cause an immune overreaction, numerous unpleasant symptoms, and limit our daily productivity.

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When is it Safe to Drive After Cataract Surgery?

Daniel Tepper, M.D. | 12/26/2022

Patients should wait at least 24 hours after their cataract surgery before being able to resume driving.

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What are the Symptoms of Dry Eye Syndrome?

Daniel Tepper, M.D. | 11/30/2022

Dry eye syndrome symptoms include dryness, redness, irritation, itching, hazy vision, excessive tearing, and light sensitivity, among others.

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How Do I Know If I Have an Eye Infection or an Eye Allergy?

Daniel Tepper, M.D. | 10/29/2022

Eye infections and eye allergies can present similar symptoms, so it’s best to contact us for a proper, effective treatment strategy.

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Can Eye Drops Treat my Dry Eyes?

Daniel Tepper, M.D. | 09/30/2022

Eye drops are a common, effective, and simple treatment that provides relief and comfort for those with dry eye syndrome.

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What are the First Signs of Cataracts?

Daniel Tepper, M.D. | 08/21/2022

The first signs of cataracts may include blurriness, altered color vision, sensitivity, double vision, or seeing halos around lights.

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What Should I Avoid if I Have Cataracts?

Daniel Tepper, M.D. | 07/16/2022

If you have cataracts, it’s best to avoid smoking and excessive alcohol consumption. Find out more about your options for optimal eye health here.

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How Can I Treat Eye Allergies at Home?

Daniel Tepper, M.D. | 06/26/2022

You can relieve allergies at home by keeping a clean space, practicing proper hygiene, and using OTC allergy medications, among other strategies.

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My Eyes Are Sensitive to Light. Why Is This Happening?

Daniel Tepper, M.D. | 05/27/2022

Sensitivity to light can be caused by various factors, including allergies, inflammation, dry eye syndrome, infection, and other underlying conditions

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Could Age Be Related to Your Dry Eyes?

Daniel Tepper, M.D. | 04/08/2022

Dry eyes are more common as we age, especially in women. While the condition might not seem serious at first, it’s important to get an evaluation.

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In What Ways Do Cataracts Affect Vision?

Meet Our Team | 03/25/2022

Take a closer look at how cataracts can progressively deteriorate your vision, and find out what symptoms may mean you are developing cataracts.

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Three Common Signs You Have An Eye Allergy

Daniel Tepper, M.D. | 02/18/2022

Eye allergies can be annoying to deal with on a daily basis, but a visit to the ophthalmologist can help bring you some relief.

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Will Dry Eyes Make My Eyes Sensitive to Light?

Daniel Tepper, M.D. | 01/28/2022

Dry eyes can cause your eyes to become sensitive to light, but it can be reduced with the proper treatment.

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Can Cataracts Cause Pain In the Eye?

Daniel Tepper, M.D. | 12/27/2021

While cataracts do not cause pain directly, they can lead to many problems that can become painful.

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My Eyes Are Red and Itchy. Could it be an Eye Allergy?

Daniel Tepper, M.D. | 11/14/2021

Itchy eyes could be an indicator of an eye allergy. Schedule a skin prick test to identify your triggers and learn how we can relieve your symptoms.

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Will Dry Eyes Heal on Their Own?

Daniel Tepper, M.D. | 10/25/2021

Dry eyes left untreated can lead to serious complications, including eye infection and damage.

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Relieve Yourself of Blurry Vision With Cataract Surgery

Daniel Tepper, M.D. | 09/23/2021

Blurry vision is just one common symptom of cataracts. Learn how our team helps you achieve clear vision again through advanced cataract surgery.

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PRK Candidates - Do You Qualify For PRK Eye Surgery?

Daniel Tepper, M.D. | 07/15/2021

PRK eye surgery is ideal for patients with corneas that are too thin or irregularly shaped for LASIK eye surgery.

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Can Screen Time Cause Dry Eyes?

Daniel Tepper, M.D. | 06/15/2021

When looking at a computer, tablet, or phone screen for a prolonged period, the eyes do not blink as much.

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LASIK After 40

Daniel Tepper, M.D. | 05/15/2021

Older patients may wonder if they can still undergo LASIK after the age of 40.

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