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This entry was posted in Contact Lens on by cmg-wd

Recently there have been requests either in person or via the phone about Hubble contact lenses.  Hubble contact lenses are contact lenses made from a private company that does their own manufacturing and shipping of their product.  They use a moderate water content lens material that is for daily use only.  The company seems to […]

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This entry was posted in Glaucoma on by cmg-wd

For what seems like forever since there has been a new eyedrop for the treatment of Glaucoma we have had two new medications come to the market recently. The newest one is called Rhopressa. Rhopressa is a once a day eyedrop that works on lowering the intraocular pressure by way of increasing the outflow through […]

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This entry was posted in Ask the Doctor on by Solinsky EyeCare

We have all been there.  You stand in your local grocery or vitamin store and stare in wonder at how many different bottles there can be of the same vitamin or mineral.  The question is which one is the best for you and what do you need.  Finding that information can be a very difficult […]

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This entry was posted in Ask the Doctor on by Solinsky EyeCare

It seems there has been a relative stalemate with eyedrop options for treating glaucoma for quite a while.  Essentially there have been 4 classes of medication that doctors had options for.  Recently a new eyedrop has come to the market that works in a different way than the previous drops available.  The name of this […]

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Learn about the latest technologies in treating cataracts from Dr. Solinsky!

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This entry was posted in Ask the Doctor on by Solinsky EyeCare

You may have heard your eye doctor tell a staff member or yourself that they are ordering a test for you called an ERG. This term may not mean anything to you but may sound familiar to other tests you may have heard other doctors order. An EKG would be the common test you have […]

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January is Glaucoma Awareness Month which leads into a topic that discusses a measurement that is done on patients that have or are suspicious for having glaucoma. The measurement is called Corneal Hysteresis. Corneal hysteresis is defined as “the difference between the pressure at which the cornea bends inward during an airjet applanation and the […]

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This entry was posted in Ask the Doctor on by Solinsky EyeCare

Previously we have talked about treatments for a condition called Meibomian Gland Dysfunction (MGD). We talked about using eye drops, eye ointments, compresses, etc. for these treatments but only glanced over how your doctor knows you have this issue. Symptoms certainly play a part, but how can your doctor see these very small glands? Eye […]

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Technology has been advancing at such a rapid pace it seems it would only be a matter of time before it made its way into health care. The first aspects of technology changes were with the equipment used for examinations. Eventually computers became involved with the charting or medical records aspect but now there are […]

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