• 03 JAN 17
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    Old-fashioned house calls have always been part of our advanced care.

    When you think of physician house calls, you probably think of the “good ol’ days” when TV’s Dr. Kildare and Marcus Welby, MD visited patients at home in their beds. We are happy to say that those days are still alive and well at our practice because our doctors still make house calls, in fact,Read more →
    • 16 JAN 17
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    Introducing NuEyes Smartglasses- A True Game Changer for Low Vision

    We are excited to announce that we now offer our patients one of the newest, most advanced wearable technologies on the market today - NuEyes featuring ODG smartglasses. NuEyes offer magnification up to 12x, voice recognition technology and Bluetooth control. They offer contrast enhancement of print and can be customized with prescription lenses. Understandably, NuEyesRead more →
    • 15 OCT 18
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    FDA Approves First Artificial Iris

    FDA Approves First Artificial Iris

    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the world’s first artificial iris, a breakthrough development for those suffering with severe vision loss. The iris is the colored part of the eye that surrounds the central pupil. The iris plays an important role in the function of the eye. It controls the diameter andRead more →
    • 06 NOV 17
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    FCC Innovations Expo

    We recently attended the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Innovations Expo, a showcase of technologies that advance accessibility for people with vision impairment and other disabilities. It was an exciting look at the innovations that entrepreneurs, technology companies, organizations and academics in the public and private sectors are developing. As FCC Commissioner Mignon L. Clyburn saidRead more →