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Should you have your eyes dilated?

Are you headed to the eye doctor soon? Are you wondering if you’ll have to get your eyes dilated? And, are you wondering if you can just skip this part of the exam? If you are wondering why eye dilation is a part of having your eyes examined and if it is necessary at every eye […]

Tips For Taking Care Of Eyeglasses

When you’ve been wearing eyeglasses for years, it’s easy to take them for granted – you probably don’t take care of them like you did when you first got them. But it just takes one second to ruin your eyeglasses, which comes with the hassle and expense of having to replace them (not to mention not […]

Protect Your Eyes This Summer

You probably know the importance of wearing sunscreen and protecting your skin from the summer sun, and you probably know how important it is to drink a lot of water when you’re outside in the sun to protect your health. But it is just as important to protect your eyes! Read on for some reminders about […]

Take Care of Your Eyes by Eating These Foods!

You probably have an idea of what to eat on those days when you need extra energy, or, if you are a body builder, what to eat to build up muscle. You probably also have an idea of what not to eat, such as those times when you are trying to lose a few pounds. […]

Tips for Contact Care

Once you get used to your new contacts, you probably won’t even think much about them or even notice you are wearing them. But there are some things you should know about your contacts and taking care of them, so that they can last a long time and continue to give you the sharp, clear […]

What is lazy eye?

A “lazy eye” in your son or daughter can be tricky to spot, but it is definitely something that you and your family eye doctor want to watch out for. A lazy eye (also known as “amblyopia”), if left untreated, can result in long-term problems. How do I know if my child has a lazy eye? Amblyopia […]

5+ Things You May Not Know About Botox

You’ve probably heard about Botox – you most likely know someone who has had Botox injections – and you may have considered having the procedure yourself. Did you know that North Suburban Eye Associates provides Botox and other cosmetic procedures? In case you are curious, here are some things you should know about Botox! What you […]

What is a macular hole?

The term “macular hole” is a frightening one – but it is a condition that can be treated very successfully. The important thing is to see your doctor right away if you notice a change in your vision. Here are some things you need to know about macular holes and how they are treated. What are the […]

Floater Facts

Occasionally you may notice one of those little “floaters” drifting across your field of vision – a squiggly line or fuzzy shape that appears out of nowhere, floats around a bit, and then just suddenly disappears. Everyone gets them and most of the time they are harmless – but have you ever wondered what floaters […]

When is it time for your child’s first visit to the eye doctor?

When you’re a parent, you’ve got a lot of things on your mind. Scheduling your child’s appointments with the pediatrician for checkups and vaccinations is probably one of them – but what about their eyes? When should you first take them for an eye exam? Read on for some more information about taking your child […]

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