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  • Vision Screening vs Comprehensive Eye Examination

    Have you ever wondered the difference between a vision screening and comprehensive eye examination?  Check out this article explaining the difference:

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  • Pediatric Vision Checklist

    Does your child experience any of these symptoms or do you notice any of these signs?   If so, call us to schedule an exam.  All children should have yearly comprehensive eye exams by an eye care professional even if they don’t have symptoms!!   Pediatric-Vision-Checklist    

    Continue Reading August 12, 2014

  • Oregon Vision Law

    In July 2013 Governor Kitzhaber signed into law HB 3000. This law requires children in Oregon to receive either an eye exam or vision screening within 140 days of starting an education program. Please read the reference guide that the Oregon Optometric Physicians Association has provided for more information.   Oregon Vision Law – HB […]

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  • Top Eye Health Risks for Women

    April is Women’s Eye Health and Safety Month. Did you know that more women than men suffer from visual impairments? Find out which eye diseases pose the highest risk and what you can do to lower your risk According to the National Eye Institute, 3.6 million Americans age 40 and older suffer from visual impairment, […]

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  • What Do Computer Glasses Do?

    Do your eyes feel irritated and dry after a long workday in front of the computer? Check out the functions and benefits that computer glasses offer you and your eyes. If you take a look around your workplace you will most likely see a computer or even tablet at every desk. In today’s technological world, […]

    Continue Reading March 28, 2014