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  • Teens and Contact Lenses

    Does your teen want the convenience & flexibility of Contact Lenses?   If your child wears glasses all day, contact lenses may be a great option – whether they are worn all-day/every-day wear, several days a week, or just for sports or special occasions.  Motivation is one of the keys to successful contact lens wear.  Your […]

    Continue Reading November 27, 2022

  • Goodbye, COVID!

    It has been a LONG two years of COVID-19, hasn’t it?  We are happy to say that the Kentucky State of Emergency mandates are being lifted and we are now on the OTHER SIDE of the pandemic.  That being said, while we no longer require face masks to be worn in the office, we do […]

    Continue Reading March 31, 2022

  • When Can Children Wear Contact Lenses?

    Quite often, parents ask us if their child is ready for contact lenses.  The answer can vary with the child. Four simple questions may help you decide if your child is ready to consider contacts. Does your child need to wear glasses all day? Is your child responsible? For example, do you have to remind […]

    Continue Reading July 13, 2021

  • Tears are Not Just for Crying

    Did you know that every time you blink, your eyes moisturize themselves?   With every blink, tears spread across the front surface of the eye, known as the cornea.   Just like a motor needs lubrication to keep the gears moving smoothly, the eye needs proper lubrication to keep it functioning well.  Throughout the day, your tears […]

    Continue Reading June 24, 2021