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Save Your Vision Month

Save Your Vision Month

March is observed as Save Your Vision Month by the American Optometric Association. With 2020 being the year of promoting eye health, it really seems like every month of the year should be “Save Your Vision Month.” Follow these steps to preserve vision and ocular...

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Uncrossing the Truth Behind Strabismus

Uncrossing the Truth Behind Strabismus

Defining Strabismus Strabismus is misalignment of the eyes. There are six muscles, called the extraocular muscles, that control the movement and position of the eyes. The muscles of the right eye need to work in conjunction with the appropriate muscles of the left eye...

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What is the Purpose of Lashes & Brows?

What is the Purpose of Lashes & Brows?

Why do we have the cluster of hair above each eye and the little whiskers protruding from our eyelid? Both are for protection, even though we view both as a sign of beauty when groomed to society’s likening. The current trend is full, precisely-shaped brows and long,...

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Meet Our Staff – Danielle

Meet Our Staff – Danielle

Meet Danielle Fuoti – one of Weber Vision Care’s optometric technicians. Danielle started at Weber Vision Care in 2005 as a technician. Prior to joining us, she worked as an optician for several years. She was even an optician in Australia for six months! You might...

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Low Vision Awareness Month

Low Vision Awareness Month

February is National Age-Related Macular Degeneration and Low Vision Awareness Month. While most people have heard of macular degeneration, the same cannot be said for “low vision.” In fact, macular degeneration is a cause of low vision! Low Vision Defined According...

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