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Contact Lens Care 101: Do You Need a Refresher?

By PasadenaEye
April 15, 2018

Approximately one person in ten wears contact lenses to correct vision. In the United States, it has been estimated that as many as 40 million people wear contacts. When contact lenses are first prescribed, patients are provided with detailed information regarding the proper care of their corrective lenses. If you have worn contacts for any ... read more


Wedding Season is Coming! Here’s What You Need to Know about Cosmetic Treatments!

By PasadenaEye
March 15, 2018

At Pasadena Eye Associates, we help patients see better and also look better. We are pleased to perform injectable treatments that smooth lines, reduce undereye bags, and plump cheeks and lips. No matter what time of year it is, there seems to be no time like the present to enhance the appearance of the lips ... read more


Is That Label Blurry? It Could be Presbyopia!

By PasadenaEye
February 15, 2018

There comes a day for most people on which they notice that the clarity of print is no longer sharp and readable. You may have experienced that day. If you have, you might remember it very well; the “whoa” factor when you tried to read or observe something up close, only to have to quickly ... read more


Are You Seeing Laser Eye Surgery All Wrong?

By PasadenaEye
January 15, 2018

Laser eye surgeries have been the norm for several years. Specific laser technologies have been refined with the specific intent of improving patient outcomes in the treatment of everything from nearsightedness to cataracts. Still, the prevalence of laser eye surgery procedures doesn’t mean you’re going to avoid some misinformation. Here, we want to clarify what ... read more


Dark Circles, Meet Fillers!

By PasadenaEye
December 15, 2017

Historically, cosmetic eye concerns have been notoriously difficult to treat. This changed with the development of BOTOX Cosmetic, the godmother of all injectable treatments. BOTOX has made it possible for men and women of all ages to reduce the signs of aging around the eyes and on the forehead. We routinely use this product for ... read more


Clearer Vision Isn’t the only Benefit of Cataract Removal

By PasadenaEye
November 15, 2017

Cataract removal surgery is one of the most frequently performed ocular procedures. This surgery is intended to improve overall vision by replacing a lens that has become gradually clouded with protein with a synthetic lens on which protein accumulation will not recur. An interesting point about cataract removal is that this procedure is rather elective. ... read more


Got Contacts? Here’s How to Maintain Them – and Your Eyes!

By PasadenaEye
October 15, 2017

Most of us realize that what goes into or near our eyes could hurt us, at least a little. For example, you wouldn’t want to touch your eyes, or face for that matter, much during cold and flu season. Touching the eyes after cooking with onions is also a no-no. And yet, sometimes we forget. ... read more


Are you Pre-Planning for Eyelid Surgery?

By PasadenaEye
September 15, 2017

Hundreds of thousands of men and women are taking advantage of modern surgical techniques aimed at rejuvenating the eyes. In recent years, blepharoplasty has made its way onto the list of most commonly performed cosmetic procedures. The fact that eyelid rejuvenation surgery is so popular even in light of the power of injectables like Botox ... read more


Eye Care is as Important to Children as Yearly Checkups

By PasadenaEye
August 15, 2017

Pasadena Eye Associates is proud to offer friendly, professional service to children, teens, and adults of all ages. Our staff recognizes the value of personal care when it comes to managing eye health throughout life. In honor of Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month, we want to focus on the particulars of pediatric eye care, ... read more


Why so Blue?

By PasadenaEye
July 15, 2017

Behind everything we see, there is light. Wavelengths of red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet enter the eye simultaneously. They travel through the ocular structure to land on the retina. Here, these multiple hues combine to create white light. Sunlight is a prime example. We see it as white light, but it’s got ... read more


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