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November is Diabetic Eye Disease Month. Here’s What You Should Know.

By PasadenaEye
November 15, 2018

At Pasadena Eye Associates, it is our goal to provide our patients with the exact eye care they need. This is why our services range from basic eye exams to advanced ophthalmology care for the management of eye diseases such as diabetic retinopathy. November is Diabetic Eye Disease Month, so we’d like to discuss how ... read more

Am I a Candidate for LASIK?

By PasadenaEye
October 15, 2018

Contact lenses and eyeglasses have been the go-to methods of vision correction for decades. The fact that millions of people wear one or the other type of corrective lens demonstrates a high degree of efficiency. That doesn’t necessarily translate into a high degree of satisfaction. People who wear eyeglasses may complain that their prescription works ... read more

Set Students up for Success with These Eye Care Tips

By PasadenaEye
September 15, 2018

Good vision is a vital aspect of academic success. Because children typically do not express vision difficulties the way an adult might, it is critical that care providers pay close attention to clues. For a child who cannot see the chalkboard or other teacher demonstrations due to nearsightedness, or whose farsightedness keeps them from being ... read more

You Can be Your Child’s Hero by Scheduling Her Routine Eye Exam

By PasadenaEye
August 15, 2018

Routine eye exams are important for every member of your family. The yearly exams that are performed may vary based on the age of the individual and their individual needs, but every single one holds a lot of value. Children should have their eyes examined before they start school and every year after that. Since ... read more

Blepharoplasty and Botox Pack a Punch Against Aging Eyes

By PasadenaEye
July 15, 2018

Aging is a process that we all expect but don’t necessarily appreciate when it comes for us. We may be in perpetual state of aging. However, we now have proven ways to manage the effects of growing older. As the tissue around the eyes loosens and sags, treatment may be performed to give the whole ... read more

Glaucoma: What Happens Next?

By PasadenaEye
June 15, 2018

Glaucoma is one of the common eye diseases that creates a concern for vision loss. Hearing that you have glaucoma can be frightening. Many patients wonder what comes next, how they will manage glaucoma if their diagnosis means they will lose their eyesight. If you have been diagnosed with glaucoma, you may be wondering these ... read more

May Invites us to Look at Ultraviolet Light

By PasadenaEye
May 15, 2018

May is Ultraviolet Awareness Month! The timing couldn’t be more perfect, because many people already have this on their mind – they just might not know it. When we think of UV light, we may recognize that sunlight is involved. It has also become more widely known that tanning beds use UV light. Ultraviolet rays ... read more

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

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