Ask These Questions Before You Choose a New Eye Doctor

Do you need a new eye doctor? Before you point and pick from the dozens of results you googled, take a look at the questions to ask. What Type of Eye Professional Do You Need? Not all eye care service providers are the same. The type of professional you need to see depends on your … Read More

8 Tips to Prevent Eye Problems Like Cataracts and Glaucoma

Your eyes are the key to seeing the world around you. You use them to view the smiles of your loved ones and all the wonders around you. Therefore, if you want to preserve your vision and prevent eye problems in the future, you need to take care of your eyes. Here are some tips to keep your eyes healthy… Read More

5 Frequently Asked Questions About LASIK

If you wear glasses but love the idea of crystal clear vision without them, you may want to consider a type of eye surgery called laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis. More commonly known as LASIK, this eye surgery uses a laser to reshape the cornea and correct refractive errors such as myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness), and astigmatism. If you don’t know a lot about LASIK but would like to learn more, here are the answers to five frequently asked questions… Read More

5 Common Eye Problems and Their Symptoms

Did you know that over 26.9 million Americans have some form of vision-impairing eye problem? According to the National Institute of Health, this number is likely to double by 2050. Fortunately, most eye problems have distinct early warning signs or symptoms and can, therefore, be prevented or corrected… Read More

Blepharitis Care and Treatment

Blepharitis is a chronic eye condition that can make you feel uncomfortable. Anyone can get blepharitis, but if you have certain health or skin problems, then you are at a higher risk. Blepharitis can also cause serious problems if it gets out of control. Here is more about blepharitis, its causes, and how to manage … Read More

What You Need to Know About Cutting-Edge Cataract Surgery

Cataracts place a physical barrier in the way of your efforts to see clearly. These clumps of proteins in the normally transparent lens of your eye slowly thicken into a solid mass that prevents light from entering the eye normally. Cataracts can cause blurred vision, light sensitivity, color perception changes, or even total blindness… Read More

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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 and provide for, … Read More

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 of great hu- mility and a true servant of the people in every … Read More

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