Sports Vision

By Dr. Hernandez | August 11, 2022

Do you feel like your athletic performance isn’t living up to your ability? It could be a sports visionproblem holding you back. Sports vision is not just about how clearly you can see things. There areactually 17 different visual skills involved with sports vision. These skills not only allow you to see clearlybut help with…

Drops Instead of Cataract Surgery?

By Dr. Hernandez | August 4, 2022

As a local Eye Doctor I get asked about using drops instead of Cataract Surgery regularly. The patient will have seen an advertisement on Facebook or Groupon and will have quite a few questions. So, if you are wanting to know if there is a drop that you can use to avoid cataract surgery, this…

Bifocal Contact Lenses

By Dr. Hernandez | July 25, 2022

Around the age of 40, we all start to lose the ability to focus on objects at close distances. Of course,reading glasses is the first option people think of to help but a lot of my patients just don’t want to dealwith the hassle of glasses. Contacts could be a great option for you if…

When to Replace My Contacts

By Dr. Hernandez | July 7, 2022

A lot of my contact lens wearers admit to overwearing their contacts. They tell me that they just wear them until they start to feel irritating and then will replace them. Would you wear the same pair of underwear over and over again without replacing it? I would hope not! Whether they are doing this…

What Do The Different Colored Evil Eyes Mean?

By Dr. Hernandez | June 23, 2022

The blue-colored evil eye charm is one of the most recognizable talismans around the world, and it has only grown in popularity over the years.  Originating in Turkey, the talisman can be found in various forms such as pendants, necklaces, rings, bracelets, and a variety of other accessories. It is believed to provide the wearer…

The Future of Smart Glasses

By Dr. Hernandez | June 9, 2022

Smart glasses, a wearable tech, have the potential to become as common as smartphones. Naturally, consumers are excited about the technology. The recent 2021 release of Facebook-supported Ray-Ban smart glasses has further piqued the public’s curiosity. You might be wondering what the buzz is about and if you should get your hands on a pair…

Top Gun: Maverick Sale

By Dr. Hernandez | May 26, 2022

Top Gun: Maverick hits theaters Friday, May 27th, so what better way to celebrate the high-flying return than with a sale on Aviator sunglasses? Through Sunday, May 29th, save 40% on all Ray-Ban Aviator Sunglasses. Swing by the store or visit our ONLINE SHOP to check out our selection.

Why Does Your Eyelid Twitch

By Dr. Hernandez | May 26, 2022

            A twitching eyelid, or an eye spasm, happens involuntary and can be caused by multiple factors. Your eyelid may completely close or suddenly jolt, causing slight discomfort and annoyance. There are three common types of eyelid spasms: the eyelid twitch, which behaves like a tic, essential blepharospasm, and hemifacial spasm. Once you identify the spasm…

Ultimate Guide to Flash Burns

By Dr. Hernandez | May 12, 2022

What is a Flash Burn A flash burn is basically a sunburn to the cornea. The cornea is one of the few parts of the eye that tries to absorb all of the UV light that the eye gets exposed to. When there is too much of it then you get an extremely red and…

Pros and Cons to Vuity Eye Drops

By Dr. Hernandez | April 19, 2022

Today I want to talk about a new drop on the market to help people that need reading glasses. The drop is made by Allergan and is called Vuity. What is Vuity? What this drop is is a very low dose of pilocarpine. Now pilocarpine is an old drop. It first showed up being used…