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  • Glaucoma
    Glaucoma is one of the leading causes of blindness in the world. Unfortunately, few people know about it until it’s too late. Glaucoma is a condition that can damage your Read more
  • How to Prepare For An Eye Exam
    If it’s time for your eye exam, you are likely wondering what to expect when you meet with an optometrist. The first step to receiving an eye exam if you Read more
  • Digital Eye Strain (20-20-20 Rule)
    With more and more people depending on screens for school, work, or entertainment, we often see patients suffering from digital eye strain. Symptoms of digital eye strain normally go away Read more
  • Dry Eye And The Benefits of Lipiflow
    Dry eye syndrome is a common condition that affects millions of Americans. It causes dryness and itchiness in the eyes, which can be very uncomfortable and cause blurry vision. If Read more
  • Signs of Vision Loss
    Vision loss can occur suddenly or gradually as the result of an existing condition. Vision loss is caused by conditions that affect the eyes and visual processing centers in the Read more
  • Hard To Fit Contacts vs Regular Contacts
    If you want to wear contacts, but have an eye health condition, you may be hard to fit for contacts. This does not mean that you cannot wear contacts. There Read more
  • Myopia Control in Kids
    Myopia (nearsightedness) is a very prevalent eye disorder affecting approximately 50% of Americans. Nearsightedness makes faraway images appear blurry. This condition begins in early childhood and progresses as one gets Read more
  • Healthy Aging and Your Eyes
    As you age, it becomes more important than ever to get regular checkups for your eyes. Catching any eye health issues early allows for more effective treatment. At University Eye Read more
  • Early Symptoms of Macular Dystrophy
    Taking care of your eyes is one of the most important things you can do. Being aware of things that can damage your vision is vital. Several eye health issues Read more
  • Early Signs of Glaucoma
    The eyes are one of the most crucial sensory organs in human beings. This is why it is vital to take care of your eyes and visit an eye doctor Read more
  • When To See an Optometrist
    When to See an Optometrist You should have an eye exam every year, but many people don’t have them that regularly. If it’s been a while since you have had an Read more
  • Astigmatism FAQs
    Astigmatism FAQs from Our Optometrists Suffering from poor vision can be frightening, especially when you have no idea what is going on. While there are several various vision problems, astigmatism is Read more
  • Pink Eye FAQs
    Pink Eye FAQs From Our Eye Doctors In Charlotte and Davidson Pink eye, also referred to as conjunctivitis, is a condition that we treat at University Eye Associates. Our patients often Read more
  • Sports Eye Safety
    Sports Eye Safety Eye injuries are a common and sometimes serious issue, with over 600,000 people a year experiencing sports-related eye injuries. While some of these injuries can be as minor Read more
  • Signs Your Child May Have Vision Problems
    Signs Your Child May Have Vision Problems Identifying and correcting your child's vision problem as soon as possible can have a major positive impact. At University Eye Associates in Charlotte and Read more
  • Contacts Lenses vs Traditional Glasses
    Contacts Lenses vs Traditional Glasses If you've been recently diagnosed with an eye condition that requires vision correction, you may be deciding between contact lenses and traditional glasses. You should know Read more

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