Eye Exams Now Part of Essential Health for Children

by Heather Creekmore on September 11, 2014

Did you get your child a back-to-school eye examination yet? If not, there’s something you should know. Effective this year, under the rules of the new Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act’s pediatric essential eye health benefit, a comprehensive eye examination for your child annually is now covered by insurance. What does this mean? Well, […]

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How to Get Glasses When You Don’t Have Vision Insurance?

by Heather Creekmore on September 4, 2014

Health insurance. It’s been a hot topic in the news for years. We all know the drill. Medical related things–be it treatments or even seeing a doctor–are really, outrageously, expensive unless you have it. But, if you don’t have vision insurance, I have some good news for you. You may be surprised at how affordable […]

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Drivewear Polarized Lenses Activated by Transitions

August 28, 2014

Whether you are a truck driver clocking in hundreds of hours on the road each month, or a taxi driver (mom) who spends what feels like countless minutes driving from school, to practice, to dance, to… you name it… Chances are you spend a lot of time squinting and staring at the road through your […]

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4 Weird Things That Happen To Your Eyes When You Are Pregnant

August 21, 2014

I’ve had four children…four pregnancies, each trademarked by their own set of weird cravings, symptoms and, well, eye problems! Though it’s been a few years since I’ve been in a with-child state, I went to a baby shower today and was reminded of all of the bonus challenges of pregnancy when my ready-to-pop friend said […]

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Why Do I Need a Visual Fields Test?

August 14, 2014

I went to visit my eye doctor a few weeks ago and he suggested that I get a Visual Field Test (VFT) as a part of my eye exam. He mentioned there was a bit of an extra charge for it, but that I should go ahead and get it done because it was an […]

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