1 02, 2023

Visual Acuity: What is 20/20 vision?

By |2023-02-01T09:38:41-08:00February 1, 2023|Eye Care News, News|0 Comments

Visual acuity is the most common clinical measurement of how your eyes function. It's usually one of the first tests taken during a comprehensive eye exam to determine how sharp your vision is.  20/20 Vision If you have 20/20 vision, you can see an object [...]

3 01, 2023

Surprising Benefits of Cataract Surgery

By |2023-01-03T08:43:38-08:00January 3, 2023|Cataract Surgery, Eye Care News, News|0 Comments

Cataracts are a common cause of poor eyesight as we age. One in every four older Americans has them. Removing cataracts has an obvious benefit: restoring clear vision. But did you know cataract surgery has other benefits not related to the eyes.During the procedure, an ophthalmologist replaces the eye's cloudy [...]

3 01, 2023

Advanced Surgical Suite and “Light Adjustable Lens” Set New Standard for Cataract Surgery at Barth Vision Care

By |2023-01-23T10:38:52-08:00January 3, 2023|Eye Care News, Eyecare, News|0 Comments

Longtime North Bay vision care leader Dr. Gary Barth of Barth Vision Care recently announced two major developments that may be able to dramatically enhance outcomes and convenience for patients requiring cataract surgery. First, Barth debuted an in-house surgery suite in Santa Rosa that now allows [...]

1 12, 2022

Eye Strain: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

By |2023-01-03T08:31:00-08:00December 1, 2022|Eye Care News, Eyecare|0 Comments

Eye strain is a condition that occurs when a person engages in vision-intensive tasks for prolonged periods of time without breaks and without changing eye focus. Routine tasks that can lead to eye strain include reading, driving for long distances, or working on a computer. [...]

1 12, 2022

Your Eye-Safe Holiday Gift Guide

By |2023-01-03T08:30:51-08:00December 1, 2022|Eye Care News, Eyecare|0 Comments

How can you tell which toys are safe for your kids? Eyes are particularly vulnerable to injuries. And serious injuries to the eye can have life-long effects. Commonly reported injuries from toys include corneal abrasions and ocular hyphema. More severe trauma can lead to retinal detachment, ruptured eyeballs, and even [...]

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