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    Common Computer Vision Syndrome Treatments We live in a time where the latest technology is used everywhere. Most jobs require that employees be on some type of screen for at least Read more
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    An Athlete's Sport Vision The first lesson many athletes learn is to “keep your eye on the ball.” It's true from baseball to football, and from amateurs to pros. Since vision Read more
  • Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD)
    Macular Degeneration from Advanced Eyecare At Advanced Eyecare, we are a Las Vegas optometry service that can treat a variety of conditions including astigmatism, farsightedness, nearsightedness, and glaucoma. We also treat Read more
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    Cataracts and Their Relationship to Other Conditions of the Eyes Most people consider the development of cataracts as a normal part of the aging process. Our optometry professionals here at Advanced Read more
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    Why Our Optometry Office Performs LASIK Surgery in Las Vegas  LASIK is a corrective eye procedure that can fix a lot of the most common vision problems. Advanced Eyecare, the premiere Read more
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    Why Annual Eye Exams Are Important Ensuring that you have good vision and eye health is very important. For those that are in the Las Vegas area, one of the best Read more
  • Early Signs of Glaucoma
    Early Signs Of Glaucoma Glaucoma is an eye disease that worsens over time and causes damage to the optic nerve. There are symptoms of it you shouldn't ignore. However, in the Read more
  • Hard To Fit Contacts vs Regular Contacts
    Hard-To-Fit Contacts Vs Regular Contact Lenses: What You Need To Know The human eye is among the most delicate parts of the body. Therefore, finding the best eye doctor in Las Read more
  • What to Expect During a Contact Lens Fitting
    What to Expect During a Contact Lens Fitting If you're thinking about contact lenses, or need to check your vision, talk to the professionals at Advanced Eyecare in Las Vegas. In Read more
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    How to Prepare For an Eye Exam Everyone should make it a point to schedule an eye exam every year. Vision changes can occur very gradually, therefore, you may not even Read more

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