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  • Hope In Sight on World Sight Day
    Did you know that over 75% of vision challenges are avoidable? Reduced eyesight wreaks havoc in all areas of our lives including the performance of daily personal activities, work responsibilities, Read more
  • Can Macular Degeneration Be Prevented
    Macular degeneration is the deterioration of the macula, which is the small central area of the retina of the eye that controls visual acuity. While medical experts cannot definitively pinpoint Read more
  • Protecting Your Eyes at Work and Play
    It’s likely that your workplace has provided you with an ergonomic chair that supports your spine and helps to prevent or at least decrease back pain. Your company may also Read more
  • How to Protect Your Eyes This Summer
    The summer months are almost upon us and we are all looking forward to being outdoors. While dermatologists often use this time to remind their patients of the proper use Read more
  • Take Charge of Your Health by Keeping an Eye on Your Eyes
    It’s been said that the “eyes are the window to the soul.” No one would agree to this statement more than your optometrist. Your annual eye exam has the potential Read more
  • Are Your Eyes Ready for Back to School?
    For many, the back to school season feels like a second new year. Change is in the air and we feel a renewed motivation to set and achieve our goals. Read more
  • Make a Resolution for Your Eye Health
    Like many people, you may have made a New Year’s resolution to commit to a healthier lifestyle. Perhaps this included a new eating plan, a gym membership, or more self-care. Read more
  • Is It Allergies or Dry Eye?
    Stuffy noses. Sneezing. Itchy eyes. For those who suffer from seasonal allergies, these are the signs of spring they have become accustomed to during this time. However, allergies are not Read more
  • 5 Signs You Might Have Dry Eye
    5 Signs You Might Have Dry Eye Dry eyes are not only annoying but can be quite painful. This condition is often caused by pollen in the air and its symptoms Read more
  • What is a toric contact lens
    What is a Toric Contact Lens? A toric contact lens is a lens that is shaped in a particular way. While a standard contact lens has a spherical surface, like the Read more
  • Getting Your Vision to 2020
    Getting Your Vision To 2020 Having regularly scheduled eye exams at Family Vision Center is the best way to increase your vision. Our optometrists in Stratford and Bridgeport offer a range Read more
  • Signs Of Sight Loss
    Signs of Sight Loss Sight loss is losing the ability to see fine without a form of vision correction. Different vision correction tools include contact lenses, surgical correction to the eye, Read more
  • Contacts Lens vs Traditional Glasses
    Contacts Lens vs Traditional Glasses If you require corrective lenses, you may have wondered whether to purchase traditional eyeglasses or contact lenses to improve your vision. The first step in obtaining Read more
  • Diabetic Retinopathy: FAQ
    Family Vision Center LLC – Stratford: Diabetic Retinopathy FAQs Over the past few decades, a few health conditions have become more common than ever before. One of these conditions is diabetes. Read more
  • Computer Vision Syndrome Treatment
    Computer Vision Syndrome Treatment in Stratford and Bridgeport If you spend a large amount of your day looking at a computer screen, there's a good chance that you experience at least Read more
  • Early Signs of Glaucoma
    5 Early Warning Signs of Glaucoma Glaucoma is a group of conditions that cause optic nerve damage. If left untreated, this disease often results in irreversible vision loss. The key to Read more

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