Dedham, MA – Friday, October 25, 2019. Following last year’s success, we will be joining eye care centers throughout the United States to help support the Hawaiian Eye Foundation. Staff members from ophthalmology centers across the US will be wearing Hawaiian themed attire to work, as a fun activity to raise funding for this worthwhile cause.
It is with decidedly mixed feelings that we are announcing Dr. Kroll’s decision to retire.
After years of dedicated service, Dr. Kroll has decided that it’s time to step back and enjoy the fruits of over 40 years of practice and enjoy spending time and watching his grandchildren grow up.
Tired of Suffering From Your Chronic Dry Eyes?
Do you suffer from a feeling of having chronic dry eyes? Did you know that more than likely, you do not have enough quality tears to lubricate and nourish your eyes? Dry eyes is a common and often chronic problem, particularly for adults who are over the age of 45.
There is no better way to start off the school year than with a pair of trendy eyewear!
If you’re a glasses wearer and fashionista, getting the right pair of glasses is an essential piece of your back to school wardrobe. From attending classes first thing in the morning to your late-night cramming for tests,
Summertime is here and the FUN that comes with it!
Summertime offers so many opportunities for outdoor fun and adventure that sometimes we overlook the health of our eyes. Who wouldn’t want to take in the warmth of the sun while swimming, surfing, jet skiing, scuba diving or sailing? Nobody! But, it is essential to keep your eyes protected –
I know it is hard to believe that summer is just a couple of weeks away. However, it is a lot closer than you think! Therefore, we thought we would offer up some tips to maintain the health of your eyes over the summer.
The first and most important is to wear protective eyewear for any outdoor activities or tasks that involve potential exposure to toxic chemicals or the sun.
Sounds Strange . . . But MGD is the Most Common Eye Condition
Meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD) may be one of the most common eye problems you’ve never heard of. Its odd-sounding name is probably part of the problem. Another name for MGD is “meibomianitis,” which sure isn’t any easier to remember!
Meibomian gland dysfunction is a blockage or some other abnormality of the meibomian glands so they don’t secrete enough oil into the tears.
Spring is in the air and so is the need for heightened eye care!
It is that time of year with flowers blooming, the warmer temps are creeping in and we are more incentivized to go outside. Maybe a picnic at the local park or a jog through nearby trails in the woods?
A Season by Season Breakdown for Maintaining Healthy Eyes Throughout the Year
Spring is rapidly approaching, and with it comes eye allergies and much-needed preparation for those corrective sunglasses. The following is a must-have checklist for maintaining healthy eyes throughout the year.
- Allergy season.
Many patients often wonder whether or not a dilated eye exam is required for their yearly visit. Dilation during your eye exam is recommended, however, there are factors that almost mandate a dilated eye exam. Your age, your overall health, and your risk of eye disease will impact the frequency of a dilated eye exam.