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Eyes on Brickell: Know About OCT Testing

Everything You Need to Know About OCT Test

Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) has evolved over the past decade as one of the most important ancillary tests in ophthalmic practice. It has revolutionized the clinical practice of ophthalmology. This non-invasive imaging technique provides high-resolution, cross-sectional images of the retina, retinal nerve fiber layer and the optic nerve head which...

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Eyes on Brickell: Knowing When You Need Glasses

When To Get Prescription Glasses

Many people suffer with vision problems and are simply unaware that prescription glasses, contact lenses or other treatments can easily correct them. This is often due to the fact that eye conditions tend to worsen slowly over time and may go unnoticed if you miss your regular eye exam. The...

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Eyes on Brickell: Importance of Eye Exams for Diabetes

Why Regular Eye Exams Are Essential If You Have Diabetes

While regular eye exams are important for everyone, they are even more important for diabetics. This disease can have a profound affect on your eye health, even leading to permanent blindness, so it’s vital your eye doctor gives your eyes a comprehensive examination at least once a year to detect...

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Eyes on Brickell: Child's First Eye Doctor Visit: Essential Guide

Everything You Need To Know About Your Child’s First Visit To The Eye Doctor

Regular eye exams are key to maintaining your family’s eye health and recognizing eye conditions in their early stages. This is especially important for your child, so our optometrists have created this useful guide for parents about eye exams for children. Why Are Children’s Eye Exams Important?  Eyes and sight...

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Eyes on Brickell: Reasons Contact Lenses Are Popular

Seven Reasons Why Contact Lenses Are Such A Popular Vision Solution

Clearer vision – Contact lenses sit right against the surface of your eye, hugging the natural curvature. Due to this, they give you a wider field of view (better peripheral vision) and less of the visual distortion which is common when wearing eyeglasses.

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