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Headaches & Vision Problems

Headaches & Vision Problems

It is a common misconception that you only need to visit your eye doctor for annual check-ups or eye diseases. Have you ever considered that your recurring headaches could also be a good reason to consult your optometrist? If you’re experiencing frequent...

Contact Lenses & Contact Sports

Contact Lenses & Contact Sports

For the competitor in us all, there is a distinct advantage, if we are vision-impaired, to wear contact lenses while playing sports. For some, eyeglasses are more comfortable or more practical in the office or while at home. But on the field, contacts...

9 Reasons to Buy Your Eyewear at Primary Eyecare

9 Reasons to Buy Your Eyewear at Primary Eyecare

1. We offer a huge selection of frames and sunglasses that you can actually try on and touch . . . to see how you look and how the frame feels on your face. Our opticians will help you find the perfect style, size, and color in your price range. We are...

What’s your 2018 Resolution?

What’s your 2018 Resolution?

Many of us recently made resolutions to better our lives in this new year. Improving your visual “resolution” is what we do every day at Primary Eyecare. Do you have a high-definition TV, or Apple’s “Retina display” on your i-device? Did you happen to upgrade to a “4K...

How to Treat a Stye

How to Treat a Stye

What Is a Stye? Have you ever had redness or soreness on your eyelid?  It may also appear to be a pimple or a red bump.  Chances are, you may have had a stye. A stye occurs when an area around your eyelid becomes irritated or a gland becomes clogged, similar to how a...

Are Your Kids Ready to Go Back to School?

Are Your Kids Ready to Go Back to School?

It’s that time of year when the summer begins to wind down and students get ready to go back to school.  Whether your children are starting kindergarten, middle school, high school, or college, they need to be fully prepared to maximize their success. Did you know...

Eye Floaters and How They Affect You

Eye Floaters and How They Affect You

What Are Eye Floaters? Eye floaters are small spots that drift through your field of vision.  They appear like black or gray specks, strings, or cobwebs that drift back and forth when you move your eyes.  Floaters are often more of a nuisance than a serious health...