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Eye Health

  • Contact Lenses part 2: Opening the door to the contact lens room

    The views expressed in this post are that of Eyecare Associates of Ankeny. The author has no financial disclosures to make regarding this blog post. Any views or classifications of contact lenses are opinion only and may not reflect the views of other doctors or intended by the manufacturer.   So you want to get […]

    Continue Reading March 11, 2014

  • Contact Lenses Part #1: The Problem with Contacts

    So I was helping my mom shop for a new computer a few days ago. To begin, I went online and looked at all review websites breaking down each and every variation of all the machines I could ever consider. They had pages and pages of every possible detail I could imagine. When I selected […]

    Continue Reading February 28, 2014

  • Why we lose our focusing ability as we get older

    The following information is taken from the Progressive Lenses pamphlet you can find in our office. If you think you may be losing your focusing ability to read up close and would like to know what can be done to help you, please schedule an appointment.   What is Prebyopia? When we focus our eyes, […]

    Continue Reading February 19, 2014

  • Dry Eyes

    The following information is taken from the Dry Eye pamphlet you can find in our office. If you think you may have dry eyes and would like to know what can be done to help you, please schedule an appointment.   Overview Dry Eyes are unfortunately a very common problem we see in our office. […]

    Continue Reading February 6, 2014