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Archive for November 2016

What Kinds of Contacts Can I Get at Family Focused Eyecare?

We provide a wide variety of contact lenses to suit your needs. Click here for easy instructions on inserting and removing your contact lenses.  Daily Disposable Acuvue Moist Softlens Daily Dailies Aquacomfort Plus Focus Dailies Focus Dailies Toric Acuvue Trueye Proclear 1 Day 2 Week Lenses Acuvue Oasys Avaira Softlens 38 Toric (astigmatism) Acuvue Oasys…

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Different Kinds of Lenses

Glasses lenses are available in several different styles, materials, and designs. Our goal is to help you understand the differences between lenses so that you can find the perfect lens type to fit your vision needs. Single Vision Multifocal Lenses Progressive Additional lenses Occupational and Recreational Lenses Lens Design Single Vision Single vision lenses have…

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Kinds of Coating for Your Lenses

Choosing the right lenses is critical to your visual health. There are many coating options available that can magnify the effectiveness of your glasses in keeping your vision good and protecting your eyes from damage. No-Glare Your glasses aren’t complete without No-Glare lenses. These coatings remove the glare from your lenses so that you can…

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What to Expect in Your Visit

At Family Focused Eye Care we will analyze two different aspects of your eye care needs. 1. Your current vision needs This includes: Optical Refraction: (focusing, eye teaming, distance, near correction, eye movement) Check for any change in your current glasses and/or contact lens prescription Ensure that your are comfortable visually at your workplace Determine…

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When Should You Schedule an Eye Appointment?

Vision problems can occur at any age, which is why regular eye exams are so important. And vision care isn’t just about seeing well. It’s also about quality of life. Good vision care leads to better overall health. Infants Dr. Hulet encourages parents to include a trip to the optometrist on the list of well-baby…

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Vision Correction

Family Focused Eye Care works in conjunction with other eye care professionals when it comes to surgical procedures. Although Dr. Hulet does not perform surgeries himself, he does provide quality pre-operative and post-operative care. The most common procedures that we see patients for include; Laser vision correction Oculoplastics Cataracts Clear lens exchange Lens implants Cataract…

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Refractive Errors

Refractive errors include nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, and presbyopia. Learn more about each condition here. Nearsightedness – Myopia Nearsightedness or Myopia is very common; 25% of adults worldwide live with this vision defect. For these people close objects are clear, but distant object are blurred and difficult to distinguish. Nearsightedness happens when light has to focus…

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Common Eye Diseases

Eye diseases all have one thing in common, the deterioration of the quality of your eye sight. Family Focused Eye Care is passionate about helping people maintain great vision! Besides receiving great care for corrective lenses and contacts, we specialize in helping patients with their long term ocular health, including the diagnosis and treatment of…

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Essilor Junior Lenses for Children

Essilor Junior lenses are made specifically for kids. Small eyes have different needs, so why should they be wearing adult lenses? They shouldn’t! Now there is a lens designed for the most precious of patients – Essilor Junior lenses. Why Essilor Junior Lenses? Essilor Junior lenses come in a 60 mm diameter size, much smaller…

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Vision Problems are More Common than You Think

Did you know that 63 million Americans have a vision issue, and less than half of them saw an eyecare professional last year? That’s one of the many reasons it’s so important for you and your family members to get your eyes examined every year. Here’s more information – and more fast facts – about…

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