Eye Conditions

Think You Could Spot a Lazy Eye on Your Child?

By PasadenaEye
June 15, 2019

Lazy eye, known to doctors as amblyopia, is a condition that affects nearly 3 percent of the population. This may not sound like much, but it translates to over 200,000 new cases each year. Amblyopia typically occurs in childhood, a time of intense development that forms the foundation of a person’s life. When a child ... read more


Digital Eye Strain Should Be On Your Radar

By PasadenaEye
May 15, 2019

Eye health includes everything from the vision changes that occur with age to the daily stressors we may face. Stressors present a unique challenge because they are so ingrained in our day to day living that we don't easily see them for what they are. For example, most people pick up their cell phone a ... 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


Redness and Itching? It could be Allergies . . . or maybe not!

By PasadenaEye
April 15, 2017

As we head straight into a beautiful Springtime, that has many people heading straight to their pharmacy for allergy medicine. There is no doubt that the itchy, watery, red eyes that occur when you come into contact with an allergen can be frustrating. What would be worse, though, is treating what you think is an ... read more


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


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