Reducing Intraocular Pressure with Laser Energy

One of the most significant concerns that individuals with glaucoma face are a substantial increase in intraocular pressure. This is the very characteristic of this eye disease. There is currently no cure for glaucoma, only tools that help patients manage the pressure placed on their optic nerve and, thus, preserve their vision. Recent developments in […]

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Redness and Itching may be more than Allergies

Although we do not experience the dramatic weather changes that other parts of the country do as the season’s change, there are nuances to the passing months of the year. Springtime notoriously brings blooms that may cause certain people to sneeze and sniffle. Sometimes, allergies are far subtle, causing mild eye irritation. These are referred […]

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The Timing of LASIK

They say there is never a perfect time for anything, so don’t wait to do the things to want or need to do. Handling the vision problems that are keeping you from the active life you want is one of those things that falls into both the “need to” and “want to” categories. You need […]

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Oh, My! It’s a Stye!

With all of the conditions that may develop, a stye is one that most people just don’t expect. We may not be surprised if we feel a little eye strain at the end of a long work day – or the end of a long book. Allergies, and even dry eye syndrome seem common enough […]

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Does 3D Entertainment always mean Motion-Sickness?

In your youth, you may have never missed the chance to catch a flick like Jaws 3D, or even Shrek 4D. Such films are not the norm, so they hold a special sense of magic about them. If you are among an elite few who find that you start to feel nauseous and dizzy sometime […]

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Your Eyes are the Key to an Active Lifestyle

Here on Maui, it’s hard to want to stay indoors. Our consistently good weather begs to be enjoyed on a daily basis, and that is precisely what most of us want to do. If your eyes are not in tip-top shape, staying active as you get older can become a challenge. Eyesight is a vital […]

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It’s Time to Talk Glaucoma

January is Glaucoma Awareness month, providing us with the perfect opportunity to discuss eye health with our valued patients. If you have not been diagnosed with glaucoma, you may not give much thought to this eye disease. In fact, most people don’t. That is why as many as half of the people who have glaucoma, […]

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We want to Peep through your Pupils

An eye exam is a great way to stay on top of eye health. In many cases, patients do not visit their eye doctor until something is wrong with their vision. This could be detrimental to long term eye health. Eye exams are necessary because there are several conditions that do not provide you with […]

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Women! Treat your Eyes Right!

Did you know that two out of three people with impaired vision are women? Research shows that the “fairer sex” is more likely to develop serious eye disease. This goes beyond the fact that women tend to outlive their male counterparts. In fact, there are several factors at play. The good news is there are […]

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