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This entry was posted in Macular Degeneration on by Solinsky EyeCare

Age Related Macular Degeneration (AMD) is the nation’s leading cause of vision loss. AMD causesdegeneration of the eye’s macula, which is the center part of vision. The macula is a light sensitive areain the retina and allows us to focus on fine detail including people’s faces, fine print and even streetsigns. Degenerations in the macular […]

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This entry was posted in Dry Eye on by Solinsky EyeCare

Approximately 15% of the population in the United States suffers from dry eye disease. Dry eye is a general term for an insufficient tear film. Symptoms of dry eye include but are not limited to stinging, burning, redness, watering, foreign body sensation, light sensitivity, tired eyes and filmy vision. Our tear film is composed of […]

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Dr. Solinsky was recently published in a peer-reviewed magazine discussing a technique conserving a vital item during cataract surgery. Click here to read more.

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This entry was posted in Contact Lenses on by Solinsky EyeCare

Contact lenses allow for improved sight and more functionality compared to glasses wear. Within the first few days of wearing contact lenses, you will notice a vast improvement in vision as you can notice small details as well as an improvement in your peripheral vision. Contact lens wear can be slightly intimidating for a first-time […]

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Beauty and physical appearance are concepts that are important to many people. Those that use makeup spend a good amount of time applying and money purchasing makeup. If makeup is not used appropriately around the eyes, it can lead to unpleasant infections or allergic reactions. If makeup is not used appropriately it can lead to […]

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This entry was posted in Glaucoma on by Solinsky EyeCare

Glaucoma is an eye disease of the optic nerve. The optic nerve acts like a cable that connects the light that comes into the eyes to the brain where it is processed which then allows us to “see.” It can occur when the natural fluid that is in the eye cannot drain properly. This causes […]

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This entry was posted in Eye Health, Uncategorized on by Solinsky EyeCare

It is estimated that 34 million adults smoke cigarettes in the United States. While many people know that smoking is bad for your health and can cause heart disease, breathing problems and cancer, people may not know that it is detrimental to your eyes as well. The chemicals in cigarettes include carcinogens and pro-inflammatory chemicals. […]

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This entry was posted in Glasses on by Solinsky EyeCare

Recently, Connecticut has taken steps to become the 48th state allowing people to gain a driver’s license through use of a bioptic telescope, opening new avenues to transportation for some people who are visually impaired. All of Connecticut’s neighboring states (e.g., Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New York) already allow for driving with a bioptic telescope, each […]

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