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    • AUGUST 7, 2022
    Keratoconus: Overview

    Keratoconus: Overview

    Keratoconus is a condition affecting the cornea Keratoconus is the thinning of the cornea the clear dome-shaped outer surface of your eye. Eventually, the cornea bulges outward into a cone shape causing blurred vision, sensitivity to light and difficulty seeing at night. Most commonly affecting individuals between the ages of 10 to 25, the chanceRead more
    • JULY 4, 2022
    What To Do About Red Eyes

    What To Do About Red Eyes

    Do you often use over the counter eye drops to reduce eye redness? Anti-redness eye drops temporarily reduce the size of the blood vessels on your eye, which brightens the eye’s overall appearance. These drops may briefly reduce redness, but frequent use can permanently enlarge the blood vessels on your eye. This is called ReboundRead more
    • MARCH 22, 2022
    Ocular Herpes

    Ocular Herpes

    Ocular Herpes Can Cause Permanent Blindness Ocular Herpes is a common, recurrent viral infection that affects the eyes. This type of herpes virus can cause inflammation and scarring of the cornea. One type of Ocular Herpes is known as Herpes Simplex Viral Keratitis (ker·a·tit·i·des), or HSVK. HSVK is typically transmitted through contact with another personRead more
    • FEBRUARY 23, 2022
    How Diabetes Can Impact Your Vision

    How Diabetes Can Impact Your Vision

    What You Should Know About Diabetes and Your Vision Diabetes mellitus refers to a group of diseases that affect how your body uses blood glucose, commonly called blood sugar. Glucose is vital to your health, because it's an important source of energy for the cells that make up your muscles and tissues, and it's alsoRead more
Regional Eye Center Is Not Closing The Doors!

All 4 of our Doctors are continuing to see patients. The only change is we now have a new team of retinal doctors offering services out of our Hutchinson office.