Fashion Eye Wear

Glasses – the Latest Fashion Accessory!

Putting on a new pair of glasses […] is a simple way to completely transform your look – just like a new hairstyle. {Brad Goreski}

Millions of people worldwide wear glasses in order to see. Many of our patients who require spectacles report they do not like being seen in glasses on a night out or when meeting new people.

Contact Lens

Selecting Your Best Contact Lens

Are you taking the big plunge and switching from eyeglasses to contact lenses?

Have you always worn contact lenses, but are not completely satisfied with them? If you wear them already or are deciding to wear contact lenses, you need to choose the right lens for your lifestyle. We thought we would offer some suggestions to help you decide.

Thinking About Contact Lenses?

If you have been thinking about contact lenses, we have definitely been thinking about you!

Dedham Ophthalmic Consultants and Surgeons are committed to the finest eye care for those we provide services. Whether you are a routine eye care client or a prospect for cataract surgery with custom lens implantation, our number one goal is to provide the highest quality of care we possibly can.

Impact of Coronavirus on your Eyes

How Coronavirus Can Impact Your eye

Research has revealed that coronavirus can spread through the eyes, same it can through the mouth or the nose.

Now that we know coronavirus can be passed through tiny droplets left in the air after someone coughs, sneezes, or even talks – the likelihood of inhaling the droplets is substantially higher than absorption through the eye.

Eye Health During Covid

Eye Health During Covid-19

It is as important to guard your eyes as much as you do your hands, nose and mouth – to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

Here at Dedham Ophthalmic Consultants of Boston, your eye health is of utmost importance. Therefore, we thought we would share some ways you can keep your eyes safe and healthy during this coronavirus outbreak.

Coronavirus Procedures

The Impact On Vision Care During COVID19

We are facing unprecedented times for everyone’s health and well-being.

The 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is rapidly changing the way the health and development communities are working. With the proximity of eye care professionals to patients during eye examinations and reports that the virus can cause conjunctivitis, COVID-19 has implications for eye health and eye health professionals.

Contact Lens Safety

Contact Lens Care During COVID-19

We wanted to respond to inquiries concerning the use of contact lenses during COVID-19. The CDC has made it crystal clear that we should try to avoid touching our faces. At Dedham Ophthalmic Consultants and Surgeons, we though the following article from the CDC, concerning contact lens care, was worth sharing.

We do want to stress the importance of WASHING YOUR HANDS with soapy warm water for 20-30 seconds before ANY type of contact lens use or care is performed.

Woman Staring At A Computer Screen at Work

March is Workplace Eye Wellness Month

Staring at your computer screen, smartphone or other digital devices for long periods won’t cause permanent eye damage, but your eyes may feel dry and tired.

March is Workplace Eye Wellness Month! While consistently being on your computer will not permanently damage your vision, it can make your eyes feel irritated and fatigued.

Cataract Surgery Recovery

Tips For Cataract Surgery Recovery

More Than 3 million Cataract Procedures Are Performed in the United States Every Year

Cataract surgery is as common as the seasonal cold. Therefore, cataract surgery recovery should be as uneventful. If you adhere to the pre-operative and post-operative instructions provided by your surgeon, this should be the case.

Typical cataract surgery takes no longer than 10 minutes of actual surgical treatment.