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Can You Be Too Young For Cataracts?

Cataracts are most known for affecting older people. Especially in patients over 40, cataracts are part of the natural aging process. But cataracts can come from different causes. Keep reading to learn more about other ways you can develop cataracts! Traditional Cataracts Traditional cataracts occur because of aging. When the proteins inside of your lens […]

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4 Ways To Protect Your Eyes During UV Safety Month

Welcome to July- national UV safety awareness month! Being the middle of summer, it is the perfect time for a reminder of the damage that the sun can do. The effects of UV radiation from the sun has some pretty negative effects on our bodies and eyes. Want to avoid the early development of cataracts? […]

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5 Eye Care Tips While Traveling

Protecting your eyes is a full-time job, even when you’re on vacation or traveling for work. It can be challenging to remember to follow through to keep your eyes safe and healthy! Keep reading for a few reminders to remember the next time you’re traveling! Pack Extra Contacts Don’t only bring enough contacts to last […]

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How Do I Choose An IOL?

Intraocular lenses are part of a refractive surgery known as refractive lens exchange. Refractive lens exchange is also known as RLE. RLE treats people with presbyopia, cataracts, or as an alternative to LASIK. During RLE, the cornea is opened up, leaving the tissue still attached. This is to allow for quick healing after the procedure. […]

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When Was Your Last Eye Exam?

Can’t remember the last time you saw an eye doctor or had an eye exam? It’s probably time for your next appointment! Keeping regular annual eye exams is an important part of staying healthy on a holistic level. Not only is it important to keep your vision current, but your eyes can give you insight […]

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4 Reasons For Your Winter Dry Eye

Ever noticed that your dry eyes seem worse in the winter? It’s not your imagination! There are lots of reasons why your dry eye is more irritating in the winter. Keep reading for 4 reasons, and learn how to treat it! Direct Heat Sources Even in Georgia, the weather outside can be frightful. Sure, we […]

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Do You Believe These Diabetic Retinopathy Myths?

Diabetic retinopathy is a blanket medical term diabetic vision problems. Diabetic retinopathy actually makes up a variety of conditions. These can affect both the eyes and the quality of vision. As a result, there are plenty of incorrect myths floating around diabetic retinopathy. Get your facts straight by reading this list of myths you shouldn’t […]

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5 Common Eye Myths You Probably Learned From Your Mother

How would we ever have survived our childhood without our mothers’ protection. Anyone who remembers their mother yelling, “Stop that! You’ll put an eye out!” knows that your healthy eyesight was always one of her top concerns. However, you might be surprised to learn that some of the advice our moms might have drilled into […]

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The Super-Important Nutrient You’re Probably Not Getting Enough Of

Omega-3s are a nutrient powerhouse, and two kinds, in particular, are vitally important for eye health: DHA and EPA. The concentration of DHA in the retina is dramatically higher than in any other tissue. In fact about 60 percent of the lipids in the retina are DHA. They make your cell membranes more fluid, which […]

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What to expect after Cataract Surgery

Cataracts usually progress slowly and cause a gradual loss of sight. Most cataracts are a regular part of the aging process.  The cataract blocks the passage of light through the eye. A cataract is merely the clouding, or discoloration, of the lens within your eyes. Takle Eye Group will be working closely together as a […]

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