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Steve The Woodcarver

Woodcarvers are a unique breed of any of our modern hobbies. Somewhere along the way, the idea of transforming a chunk of wood into a work of art took hold and never let go. In Steve Collinske’s case, he caught the ‘wood bug’ at the age of 28 during a long winter in...

Crystal Clear At 120 MPH!

James Noe first fell in love with racing back in 1970 while at a track in Riverside. That is where a beautiful blue color car caught his eye. He told himself right then if he ever got into racing he would want that same color car. Having three children to help raise...

Featured Spotlight: Jack Rollins

Midway All The Way! When we heard that our patient, Jack Rollins was a Yellow Hat (docent) on the Midway, we thought, “What a great story!” While it’s most interesting that Jack is a volunteer on the Midway, the real story is how he got there! It was Jack’s friend, Ev...

Dr Davies 4th of July Message

As we celebrate our nation’s independence from foreign oppression, we celebrate our struggle to give our patients independence from the oppressive effects of blinding diseases. But first, a story from the life of one of my biggest heroes, George Washington, a leader...

So…What Is 20/20 Vision?

You May Be Surprised… With all of the complicated terms associated with vision, from glaucoma pressures to surgical terms, one might think that “20/20 Vision” would have a far more complicated meaning than it does. In fact, you may be surprised just...

Small Is The New BIG!

In our market-driven world, we’ve grown accustomed to hearing about “Bigger and Better” this or that, whether we’re being sold margarine, soup or lawn mowers. But what about a “bigger is better” incision used in cataract surgery? The reality is, “the smaller the...

“I have told all my friends!”

“I am so glad Davies Eye Center was recommended to me. The professionalism and care given me was amazing. I have told all my friends about my experience and the wonderful success I have had with my surgery.” – Cherie Schwartz,...

Good Luck With Lots of Strings Attached

Paula’s interest in playing the violin began during her schooling at Catholic school. Sister Dolarette brought in an eighth grader, Margaret, to play a song on the violin for her class. Paula said, “I went home that night and said I want to play the violin. That’s how...

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