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This entry was posted in Contact Lens on by Solinsky EyeCare

Contact lenses are worn by many, in place of glasses, to correct their vision for distance and near tasks. With the use of contact lenses comes proper hygiene and adherence to a lens replacement schedule.   Let’s start by discussing what a contact lens is. A contact lens is a thin lens that is placed on […]

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This entry was posted in Uncategorized on by Solinsky EyeCare

Solinsky Eye Care is pleased to introduce the Alcon AcrysofIQ Vivity Extended Vision Intraocular Lens. The lens has just recently gained FDA approved for extended depth of focus. It allows for vision at distance, intermediate and near. There are several options for cataract surgery. One option is a single (monofocal) focus lens, which allows for […]

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This entry was posted in Cataract Surgery on by Solinsky EyeCare

Solinsky EyeCare is pleased to introduce the Alcon AcrysofIQ Vivity Extended Vision Intraocular lens. This recently FDA approved Extended Depth of Focus Lens is the latest advancement in lens technology aimed at providing clear vision at distance, intermediate and some near vision compared to monofocal lenses. Compared to Multifocal lenses the Vivity is the first […]

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This entry was posted in Eye Health on by Solinsky EyeCare

A common question that arises in our office consists of, “How often should I get my eyes checked?” While the answer can vary from person to person, there are some general guidelines that should be followed.   Let’s start with young kids. The AOA (American Optometric Association) recommends that children be screened as early as 6 […]

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This entry was posted in Droopy Eyelid on by Solinsky EyeCare

A new drug has just recently been FDA approved for acquired ptosis in adults. Ptosis, which can affect one or both upper eyelids, is also known as a “droopy eyelid”.  An acquired ptosis is most commonly associated with aging changes, however it can occur secondary to eye surgery, contact lens wear and underlying systemic conditions. […]

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This entry was posted in Eye Health on by Solinsky EyeCare

Due to current health concerns, many people have switched from going to the office every day to working from home. Many are finding a lot of discomfort and vision problems from the increased digital screen usage. We are spending more time looking at computer screens and digital devices than ever before. The average American spends […]

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Dr. Alan Solinsky describes how COVID-19 affects the eyes. Click Here to watch Dr. Solinksy’s interview.

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This entry was posted in Eye Health on by Solinsky EyeCare

Today we are discussing a new topic that has to do with older people compared to the recent topics dealing with children.  The new topic is something called Sagging Eye Syndrome.  This topic is something that many people may not have heard of or may not have been diagnosed with but it is something important to discuss as […]

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This entry was posted in Uncategorized on by Solinsky EyeCare

Solinsky Eyecare remains committed to your eye health during this time of crisis. In an effort to help our patients stay home, stay safe and to slow the spread of COVID-19, we will be offering telehealth visits for certain medical conditions. From the comfort of your home and using a smartphone, tablet or webcam-enabled computer, […]

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This entry was posted in Contact Lens on by Solinsky EyeCare

Hopefully all of you out there are staying safe during the Coronavirus pandemic.  This blog entry is more for the parents out there who have your kids home for the foreseeable future and are concerned about screen time.  The previous entry discussed importance of controlling the amount of screen time your child is exposed to prevent nearsightedness/myopia […]

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