Free RLE Q&A Night
Posted in Bellingham, Contact lenses, Events, Eyeglasses, Fluctuating Vision, Medical, Mount Vernon, Practice News, Sedro-Woolley, Stanwood, Surgery, Whidbey
Do you want to be less dependent on glasses and contact lenses? Learn more about achieving customized vision correction with Refractive Lens Exchange (RLE) at this event hosted by our experienced surgeon, Dr. Carlindo Pereira. You will find out what RLE really is, have the chance to ask questions, and find out whether you are… Read More
A Doctor’s View: What Happens in a Glaucoma Exam
Posted in Bellingham, Eye Blog, Eye Exam, Fluctuating Vision, Medical, Mount Vernon, OCT test, Whidbey
By Ernesto Golez MD It can be disquieting to find out you have glaucoma, but seeing a specialist for a glaucoma exam regularly can help slow the progression of symptoms. As a glaucoma specialist, I see many patients who are curious to learn what is different about glaucoma eye care and what happens when a… Read More
My Cataract Surgery
Posted in Dry Eyes, Eye Blog, Fluctuating Vision, Medical, Surgery
What can patients expect from cataract surgery? Introducing “My Cataract Surgery: A Patient Perspective”, our newest video to help people who wonder what cataract surgery is like. Are you thinking about cataract surgery? Teryl describes what to expect from cataract surgery; her experience throughout the process, what made her choose to have surgery, what the… Read More
What causes floaters?
Posted in Dry Eyes, Eye Blog, Eye Exam, Fluctuating Vision, Medical, Mount Vernon, Stanwood, Whidbey
By Jared Rasmussen OD Have you ever felt like you’ve just seen a fly move out of the corner of your eye? You try to swat it away to no avail and then eventually realize there might not be a fly at all. You probably don’t have a pest problem, but rather floaters! What exactly… Read More
What causes your vision to fluctuate?
Posted in Eye Blog, Fluctuating Vision, Medical
Fluctuating vision can be a warning of other health issues such as diabetic retinopathy or fluctuating blood sugar levels, high blood pressure, dry eyes, or hormone fluctuation. I recently heard a new patient express her frustration that no one had ever warned her that uncontrolled diabetes would affect her vision. It meant she would have… Read More