Why Does the Optometrist Take Pictures of My Eyes?

Fundus photography, or a picture of the inside of the eye, is an important part of your comprehensive eye examination. The camera used is designed to allow high-resolution photography of the retina and the optic nerve.  Although the optometrist is able to view these structures of the eye with a microscope and lens during your …Read article >

Hot Compresses and Lid Massages

The use of a heating mask combined with lid massages will keep your eyes hydrated and also help to heal and prevent styes. The following videos contain a demonstration by Dr. DesGroseillliers, on how to safely perform hot compresses and lid massages. Heating masks can be purchased at all six eyeDOCS locations or on our …Read article >

Patient Order Pickup Instructions

We have changed the way patients can pick up contact lens and frame orders. If you are expecting an order for glasses, we will contact you when your order is ready to arrange for shipment or pickup. Contact lens orders can be placed at www.shopeyedocs.com.  Most contact lens orders are available with free shipping to your home. If …Read article >

Contact Lens Recycling; Optical Going More Green

As climate change and green initiatives are becoming more and more important, we’ve come to realize that there is more we, in the optical industry, can do in the fight against pollution. One of the biggest culprits in our industry, when it comes to waste, is surprisingly contact lenses. In America, 2.6 to 2.9 billion …Read article >

We Have Dry Eye Solutions for You

In an effort to address the needs of our patients, eyeDOCS optometric clinics now offer advanced Dry Eye Treatments. Irritation due to Dry Eye Disease (DED) is one of the most common complaints heard by our optometrists. Burning eyes, red eyes, gritty eyes and, yes, eyes that water abundantly! These are all possible symptoms of …Read article >