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Frequently Asked Questions

What are these little “floaters” in my eye?

These “floaters” are shadows created from deposits that are located within the jelly of your eye. It’s not normally dangerous, however, an increase in floaters with increase of flashes of light need to be seen immediately.

Why are my eyes always dry?

There are numerous causes of dry eyes and each one is treated differently. Many times allergies are the cause of dryness.

What are cataracts?

Cataracts are a normal aging process within the eye that cause decrease in vision, increase in glare, and in some instances eye fatigue.

What age should my child get an eye exam?