7 of the Most Troubling Signs that Your Eyes are Too Dry
Posted by: Eye Health Northwest in Uncategorized on October 20, 2022
It is possible to experience temporary dry eye symptoms and not have dry eye syndrome. However, if you experience consistent or worsening symptoms of dry eye, it may be time to visit your eye doctor. While you may find relief with over-the-counter products and at-home remedies, if you have any of these troubling signs, mention… Read More
What Your Concerns Should Be During Halloween Safety Month
Posted by: Eye Health Northwest in General Eye Health on October 6, 2022
October is Halloween Safety Month, and the American Academy of Ophthalmology wants to ensure that you stay safe while having fun. These precautions for kids, teens, and adults will help you preserve your eyesight. Keep reading to learn what your concerns should be during Halloween Safety Month! Avoid Non-Prescription Cosmetic Lenses While it’s fun to… Read More
What IOL Will the Best Cataract Surgeon in Portland Recommend?
Posted by: Eye Health Northwest in Cataracts, Uncategorized on September 23, 2022
When you’re consulting with the best cataract surgeon in Portland, you and your eye doctor will work as a team to determine the IOL that will provide you with the best outcome from cataract surgery. You may get several recommendations, and they will all be based on various factors like your budget and your vision… Read More
Follow These Tips For Healthy Eyes During Healthy Aging Month
Posted by: Eye Health Northwest in Eye Exams on September 9, 2022
You’re as young as you feel, but if your vision is reduced, your quality of life is affected. As you get older, the risk of developing eye conditions increases. For this reason, regular visits to your eye doctor become even more important. In September, the AAO celebrates Healthy Aging Month. Keep reading to learn tips… Read More
What Parents Can Do During Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month
Posted by: Eye Health Northwest in Children on August 19, 2022
Before the back-to-school rush begins, take a moment to focus on your child’s eye health. August is Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month, and the American Academy of Ophthalmology has suggestions on how you can help protect and preserve your child’s eye health for life. Give your child a leg up by ensuring that vision… Read More
Four Questions to Ask Your Ophthalmologist at Your Eye Exam
Posted by: Eye Health Northwest in Eye Exams on August 8, 2022
When you visit your eye doctor for your annual routine exam, it’s essential to have a list of questions to ask your doctor. Besides educating you on the health of your eyes, much of the modern-day practice of ophthalmology is to help you understand your options in deciding on newer, easier, and more convenient ways… Read More
Is Vision Loss Due to Cataracts Permanent?
Posted by: Eye Health Northwest in Cataracts on July 22, 2022
As your body ages, your eyes age as well. Cataracts are a natural part of the aging process and can cause various symptoms, including blurry vision up close. The good news is that cataract surgery can restore your vision! Cataract surgery is minimally invasive, offers a quick recovery, and you can resume your everyday activities… Read More
Stay Safe During UV Safety Month
Posted by: Eye Health Northwest in General Eye Health on July 8, 2022
Making the most of the summer here in the Pacific Northwest and soaking up all of the sun is essential. After all, fall’s foggy mornings will return way too soon! But as you soak up the summer sun, it’s important to cautious to protect your vision and eyesight. July is UV Safety Month, according to… Read More
Can Eyedrops Help with Glaucoma?
Posted by: Eye Health Northwest in Glaucoma on June 23, 2022
Glaucoma is the second leading cause of blindness. Early detection is essential for many reasons. If an eye doctor can detect this eye condition early, non-invasive treatments may be able to control glaucoma and preserve your eyesight. Keep reading to learn if eye drops can help with glaucoma! What is Glaucoma? Glaucoma is an eye… Read More
What Are You Doing During Fireworks Eye Safety and Cataract Awareness Month?
Posted by: Eye Health Northwest in General Eye Health on June 9, 2022
You probably associate June with weddings and graduation parties, not fireworks and cataracts! The American Academy of Ophthalmology, also known as the AOA, has named June Fireworks Eye Safety and Cataract Awareness Month. It’s an observance that highlights both ends of the life circle of eye health, from kids to older adults. Keep reading to… Read More