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5 Facts About Sunglasses
In honor of National Sunglasses Day, I’m answering the commonly asked question “what should I look for in sunglasses?” Read on for 5 important factors to look out for!
Optometrist vs Ophthalmologist vs Optician
What is the difference between an optometrist, ophthalmologist, and optician? I get asked this question frequently from my patients, friends, and family. Most people don’t understand the difference between these titles, including those in the healthcare industry. Hopefully, the explanation below will give you clarity!
9 Ways to Protect your Child’s Vision
No one knows their child better than you! In this blog, I want to empower you and your loved ones by offering some simple guidelines that may help prevent potential vision related learning issues. Did you know vision and learning are closely related? Nearly 80% of what a child learns is obtained visually! Poor vision canContinue reading “9 Ways to Protect your Child’s Vision”
10 Tips for Eye Makeup Wearers
For most women makeup is a part of our daily grind. It is meant to enhance our natural beauty and make us feel confident. You know what doesn’t make us feel beautiful? Styes and swollen eyes! Follow these steps to prevent eye infections. 10 tips to maintain healthy eyes for makeup wearers:
Computer Vision Syndrome
Do you ever get tired eyes, headaches, dryness or eye strain after being on the computer for an extended period of time? I hear these symptoms from my patients several times a day. We live in a world of computers, iPhones, iPads, and i-Everything else you can think of. People spend more time on theirContinue reading “Computer Vision Syndrome”
Protected: Diabetes and your Diet
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Who am I? What is the goal of this page?
Hi! My name is Maryann. I’m just an ordinary woman who is passionate about optometry and healthy living. My journey started in my hometown of Orlando Florida, where I attended UCF for my undergraduate degree. I then continued my education at Western University College of Optometry in Southern California to earn my doctorate.