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Silas Gupton's Story

April 10, 2018

Lisa Gupton brought her family into Precision Eye Group so that she, her husband, and their three kids could all get their eyes checked. Little did they know that at the end of the appointment, all five of them would be leaving with glasses!

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Bringing the importance of children’s vision health into focus

Dr. Derek Bailey

August 23, 2017

The eyes play an important role in child development, which is why it’s critical to understand the need for comprehensive eye examinations for children—starting as young as 6-12 months old. Over time, a child’s eyes change in different ways. And when you consider that nearly 80% of learning occurs visually, it’s easy to see why vision health is so important to young, developing brains.

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Itching for Summer

Dr. Derek Bailey

May 17, 2017

Spring brings a lot of things to mind: Flowers, sunshine, outdoor sports, cookouts, warm weather, and, unfortunately, allergy season. As everyone moves outside with all these wonderful things the warm weather brings, the unlucky majority has to determine how we are going to cope with the itching, sneezing season.

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I just got a new spot in my vision—is that normal? What is a floater?

Dr. Derek Bailey

April 5, 2017

These are common questions and concerns we hear from patients whenever they have something new in their vision. There are several different ways the eyes are affected by these spots or “floaters.” People will notice small transparent floaters from time to time when looking at a bright background (such as the bright sky or a computer screen). But when there is a sudden change in...

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Stylish and Safe: How your sunglasses can keep you and your family safe

Dr. Derek Bailey

March 14, 2017

When talking about UV protection, the first thing most people think of is sunscreen. My dermatologist has long been an advocate of making sure I have proper skin coverage. With the many risks of skin cancer, more and more of us have become aware of the importance of protecting ourselves from the harmful rays of the sun. What you may not know is that our eyes are just as susceptible to this harmful UV light.

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A Make-Up Blog by Dr. Bailey? Yes, but he got some help.

Dr. Derek Bailey

February 20, 2017

With it still being winter and most people with ocular surface disease being women, I thought it would be a good idea to give some tips and precautions with how make-up affects the surface of the eye and eyelids. However, as a person who never wears make-up, I...

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“It’s ok… My eyes are just a little dry”—Ocular Surface Disease

Dr. Derek Bailey

January 6, 2017

This is a common statement I hear especially throughout the winter months.  While it may not seem like a big deal, there are a lot of components to Ocular Surface Disease (OSD), also known as Dry Eye Syndrome.  My common analogy I use to explain how OSD affects the eyes is a comparison to when skin gets too dry and starts to crack.  Lotion will give some relief but it is not...

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Comprehensive Eye Health

October 21, 2016

How long has it been since your last comprehensive eye exam?  A comprehensive eye exam not only involves checking your glasses and contact lens perscription, but it also is a complete ocular health examination.  The eye doctor will carefully check all aspects of your vision.  The doctors and staff at Precision Eye Group specialize in comprehensive vision...

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Make Eye Injury Prevention A Priority

February 10, 2016

Every time we open our eyes we are reminded of the remarkable gift of sight! Whether you’re watching the sunset or seeing your child take their first steps, your eyes allow you to see some pretty amazing things.

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Contact Care 101: The Do’s And Don’ts

January 28, 2016

Contact lenses are safe, comfortable, and can change your lifestyle! However, taking proper care of them is crucial to your vision health.

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Print vs. Digital: Which Is Better For Your Eyesight?

January 13, 2016

When it comes to reading, there are some key differences between computer screens, e-readers, and printed books and newspapers. The question is, how does each affect our eyes? 

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Did You Know These 6 Eye Facts?

December 23, 2015

Our sense of vision is a wonderfully beautiful and complex part of our everyday life. On an average day it may be easy to take it for granted, but it’s important to take time to recognize what makes all of that beauty possible—our eyes!

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Are Your Children’s Toys Eye-Safe?

December 9, 2015

Did you know that roughly a quarter of a million children are seen in hospital emergency rooms each year due to toy-related injuries?

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Prediabetes And Your Vision: Know The Facts

November 25, 2015

More than 29 million people in the United States are living with diabetes. 86 million Americans—more than one out of three—have prediabetes, and vision problems are one of the foremost complications accompanying this disease.

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The Importance Of Vision Screening For Infants

November 11, 2015

Undetected vision problems can affect children in every aspect of their lives. Even as an infant, poor vision can affect a child’s behavior, learning and development, and much more.

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Understanding Astigmatism

October 28, 2015

Astigmatism may be one of the most commonly misunderstood eye conditions. Many believe it’s caused by improper lighting, that it can lead to more serious eye problems, or—something we’ve all likely thought at some point—that it’s called “a stigmatism.” 

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How Do Our Eyes Rate Against The Rest of The Animal Kingdom?

October 14, 2015

We humans have a lot to brag about among our relatives in the animal kingdom.

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Eye Safety Tips For The Weekend Warrior

September 23, 2015

Many of us work long hours and have little time for activity during the week. But when the weekend comes, it’s time to go out and play!

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