Intracoastal Eye News

How to Prevent Foggy Glasses When Wearing a Mask

06.15.2020

One of the most critical steps we can take to slow the transmission of COVID-19 is to wear cloth masks …

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Please Welcome Dr. Gail Kelley

05.21.2020

Intracoastal Eye is delighted to announce that our team has grown with the arrival of our new optometrist! We recently …

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Are Eyelash Growth Serums Safe for Your Eyes?

04.02.2020

You may have heard of the popular eyelash lengthening serum Latisse, but chances are, you are not familiar with the …

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Common Vision Changes That Can Affect Night Driving

03.03.2020

Driving, particularly at night or in low light conditions, requires excellent visual function. You need not only good visual acuity …

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How to Make Your Home Safer If You Have Low Vision

02.02.2020

According to the National Eye Institute, February is recognized as Low Vision Awareness Month. Low vision means partial sight that …

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Wet vs. Dry Macular Degeneration: Key Differences

01.03.2020

Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is a progressive disease that affects the macula, the portion of the retina responsible for clear …

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Dispelling Common Myths about Glaucoma

12.04.2019

Glaucoma is one of the leading causes of vision loss and blindness in the world. But despite how common it …

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Signs You Need to Schedule an Eye Exam

11.04.2019

Having a regular, comprehensive eye examination is important to monitoring your ocular health. It enables your eye doctor to identify …

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How Nutritional Supplements Could Delay or Prevent Vision Loss to AMD

10.05.2019

Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is the gradual breakdown of the macula, or the portion of the retina responsible for clear …

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The Proper Use and Care of Contacts

09.05.2019

In last month’s blog post about preserving eye health and clear vision, Dr. Gregory Johnson and the team at Intracoastal …

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