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Once considered an annoying refractive error, myopia is emerging as a fast-growing condition that increases the chance of vision-threatening eye conditions. Cases of myopia, or nearsightedness, are on the rise. Eye doctors are finding themselves on the front line when it comes to fighting this epidemic.
As a parent, you want your little one to perform well in school. One of the best ways to help your child succeed in and out of the classroom is by ensuring that their eyes are healthy, and their vision is good. Every child should have a comprehensive eye examination prior to entering Kindergarten.
Dry eye is a condition caused by the eye's inability to produce adequate tears. Tears help lubricate the eyes; when tear production is unstable or inadequate, the result is dry eyes. There are different reasons why your eyes may fail to produce enough tears or produce poor-quality tears, which we will discuss in more detail.
It’s summer in Cincinnati full of hot and hazy days. Are you currently dealing with dry eye syndrome or chronic dry eyes? Dry eye is typically characterized by poor quality tears or insufficient tears. It is a serious condition and can lead to damage to the eyes or infection if left untreated.
We are so fortunate to practice in a special place. We’re on a singular mission to help our community thrive by offering quality eye care services that you can trust. We’re committed to empowering you to take your eye care into your own hands with guidance from our team of eye care experts
It's spring in Cincinnati, otherwise known as allergy season. At our practice, we see a lot of contact lens wearers. In fact, over 60% of our patients get a contact lens exam exam from Madeira Optical. As the man on TV says, "We know a thing or two, because we've seen a thing or two." Check out a few basic tips and enjoy your spring.
We firmly believe in local, community-based eye care. That's why we searched for many years before acquiring Madeira Optical from Dr. Larry Spitz in 2002. Starting in 1956, Dr. Spitz had built an Optometry practice from the ground up and in his 46 years, saw multiple generations of the same family grow, go to college, get married and get their fist pair of glasses.