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  • What is Presbyopia? | Sandy Springs, Chastain, Buckhead

    Presbyopia: Understanding, Causes, Prevention, and Treatment Presbyopia is a common age-related vision condition that affects people typically around the age of 40 and older. It is characterized by the gradual loss of the eye’s ability to focus on close-up objects, making it difficult to read, thread a needle, or perform other tasks that require near […]

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  • Is Myopia Curable?

    Myopia is an eye condition that continues to grow particularly in children. Parents who are impacted by the disease often seek more information and many ask, “Is Myopia Curable? An estimated 1 in 3 children in the U.S. have myopia and the prevalence has grown dramatically over the last 30 years. Myopia is often referred […]

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  • It’s August! Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month

    Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month takes place in August. That’s when children in Atlanta head back into the classroom or are in the thick of getting ready to do so. It’s a good time to think about their eyes, which are important learning tools. This is a particularly busy time for Optometrists as parents […]

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  • Back to School Eye Exam yet?

    As Back to School fast approaches the Eye Doctors at encourage parents to get their children’s eyes examined before the lessons begin. Vision acuity is crucial in a child’s learning and development and how they acquire knowledge. According to the American Optometric Association (AOA), many youngsters have vision conditions that can easily be corrected easily […]

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    Does Sunlight Reduce the Risk of Myopia?

    Research suggests that sunlight exposure may have a beneficial effect on reducing the risk of myopia (nearsightedness) in children. Several studies have explored this relationship, and while more research is needed to establish a definitive causal link, the findings are encouraging. Dr. Rachael Sweeney, Dr. Jonathan Chen, and Dr. Lay Nim from are happy to […]

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