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Time Is Running Out…Don’t Leave Any Insurance Benefits Behind!

The end of the year is fast approaching…have you used all of your vision benefits? As part of overall health and wellness, many people need corrective lenses – contacts, glasses, or Read More

Christmas Bucket List

We have been doing a Christmas bucket for the past couple of years since the kids are getting bigger.  We don’t do anything too crazy. Our goal is to make Read More

Lens Treatments To Help Protect Your Eyes

There are more ways to protect your eyes than simply wearing sunglasses or safety glasses.  Lens options available on your everyday frames also offer protective care.  Technology is changing at Read More

St. George Optometrist Discuses Kids and Contact Lenses… At What Age Is Best?

Contacts can really change the way you and your kids see… So kids and contact lenses…at what age is best for them to try them? The simple (and yet, not so Read More

Astigmatism – What Is It?

You may have heard about being nearsighted or farsighted, but an astigmatism … what is that? What is an Astigmatism? If you have been told that you have an astigmatism, don’t worry, Read More

It’s the Year of 20/20 – 20 New Year’s Resolutions that Benefit Your Eyes

It’s the year of 20/20 and we couldn’t be more excited!  In honor of this special year, we are putting our focus and efforts into celebrating 20/20 style beginning with Read More

St. George Utah Optometrist Talks about The Importance of Having Eyes Dilated At Your Eye Exam

Did you know that the eye is the only organ in our body that you can see into?  Crazy, right?!  A dilated eye means a better look at the inside Read More

St. George Utah Optometrist Gives Tips on Whether Your Child Has Myopia and What Signs to Watch For

Myopia…. what is it?  Why has there been an increase in the number of children who have myopia?  Lastly, what can you do about it? St. George Utah optometrist gives Read More

St. George Utah Optometrist Reviews Dry Eyes Treatment – Why Time Matters

When dealing with dry eyes, time could be of the essence.  Two common causes of dry eyes can be poor tear production and Meibomian Gland Dysfunction.   If your dry Read More

St. George Utah Eye Doctor Discuses the Eye Screen Photo – What It Is and Why It Helps

Who has been to our office and had one of our team members ask you if you “Would you like to have an eye screen photo taken today?”  Some of Read More

St. George Utah Optometrist Talks About- How NOT To Clean Your Glasses

Recently we discussed some things you should keep in mind when cleaning your glasses….here are a few things on how NOT to clean your glasses. Clean Your Glasses Follow our guide to Read More

St. George Utah Optometrist Answers 4 Frequently Asked Questions From His Patients

We love it when our patients ask us questions! Here are 4 frequently asked questions from our patients. Do I have cataracts? A cataract is when a normally clear lens in your Read More

St. George Utah Optometrist with Top 5 Tips To Reduce Digital Eye Strain

It’s not uncommon for our eyes to get tired after too much screen time. Keep reading for out top 5 tips to reduce digital eye strain. If you spend over 2 Read More

St. George Utah Optometrist Talks About How Annual Eye Exam Can Help Identify Serious Health Conditions

Have you ever heard the famous quote from Shakespeare, “The eyes are the window to your soul”? Well, it turns out that your eyes are the window to much more Read More

St. George Utah Optometrist Explains Pink Eye – What It Is And What To Watch For

Are you experiencing red, itchy and watery eyes?  It very well could be pink eye! What Is Pink Eye? Pink eye is a broad term used to identify an eye condition, also Read More

St. George Utah Optometrist Talks About How to Prepare For Allergy Season

Spring time is right around the corner.  The temperatures are warming. The trees are budding, and the flowers are growing.  It’s a wonderful time of year, but with it comes Read More

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