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Should you Have your Eyes Dilated?

By PasadenaEye
January 15, 2017

When you schedule your eye exam, you may think of little more than what time is the best time for your visit. We think about the details of your assessment, such as whether or not we should observe ocular structures while your pupils are dilated. Our recommendation to dilate your eyes for your exam may ... read more

Winterizing your Eyes

By PasadenaEye
December 15, 2016

Summertime is typically the season during which we think more frequently about our eye health and how to protect it for the long term. It is important to understand that changes in weather, particularly from hot to cold, can lead to unexpected and uncomfortable conditions. The sun may be less intense during the winter - ... read more

Pumpkin: Superfood with a Smile

By PasadenaEye
November 15, 2016

Pumpkin is a scrumptious treat that we love to see on our plates during Thanksgiving dinner. The widespread love of all things pumpkin continues to spread, and now our offices and homes seem permeated with the warm, inviting scent of this Fall fruit. Pumpkin isn't just yummy, it's also good for us. This means we ... read more

Eye Redness Causing Irritated Nerves? Here's what you can do!

By PasadenaEye
October 15, 2016

Pasadena Eye Associates provides comprehensive ophthalmic services to patients of all ages. We hate to say we've seen it all, but some days it does feel like we have! This is good, because our experience with the common and not-so-common situations affords us the insight to diagnose and treat problems quickly and successfully. We understand ... read more

Taking the Right Approach to Cataracts

By PasadenaEye
September 15, 2016

Cloudy, blurred vision that is caused by thickening and stiffening of the eye's lens is referred to as a cataract. Technically, cataracts are deposits of protein that accumulate over time. As buildup worsens, so does vision. Ultimately, there is the potential for vision loss. Long before that time, however, the consequences of cataracts can be ... read more

Say Goodbye to Under Eye Bags

By PasadenaEye
August 15, 2016

In the past decade, the world of aesthetic medicine has grown substantially. Here at Pasadena Eye Associates, patients can find solutions to some of the most concerning signs of aging that affect the face. One of those signs is under eye bags. Do my Eyes Need Liposuction? Fat is something that we tend to think ... read more

Glaucoma Management in a Few Simple Steps

By PasadenaEye
July 15, 2016

A substantial number of people in our country are affected by glaucoma. The danger of this eye disease is that its effects are silent, at least for some time. In many cases, glaucoma is not even a blip on the radar until the optic nerve has been so significantly damaged that vision is disrupted.  Our ... read more

The Aging Eyes: Are your Habits a Factor?

By PasadenaEye
June 15, 2016

Eye health may not be something that we consider on a daily basis. However, research is uncovering a number of different ways that our daily habits may be causing premature aging in this very important aspect of health. Sun exposure.  Typically, we consider how exposure to UV rays may affect our skin. Most often, this ... read more

Are your Eyes Ready for Summer?

By PasadenaEye
May 15, 2016

There are numerous ways that you may prepare for summer; planning vacations or babysitters for the kids on break from school. Because your eyes may be exposed to different irritants during the summer months, a vital part of getting ready for summer is to determine how you can protect your eyes, and thus your long-term ... read more

Find Solutions to Dry Eye Disease at Pasadena Eye Associates

By PasadenaEye
April 15, 2016

Dry eyes. We all experience them from time to time. Maybe we spend too many hours in front of the computer, or nose-deep in a good book. On such occasions, irritation may be remedied with rest or with a few drops of artificial tears. What we are discovering through research is that dry eye disease ... read more

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