The importance of regular student eye examinations

Studies continue to show that approximately 80% of all learning occurs visually, which makes it incredibly important that children are evaluated regularly to determine their visual acuity. Students spend a lot of time in the classroom, and if they are unable to see the chalkboard or read properly, it can inhibit them from getting the …

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LASIK payment options available at The Eye Care Institute

Patients who are tired of dealing with prescription eyewear and contact lenses may want to take the time to learn about a permanent treatment option for improving eyesight called LASIK. LASIK surgery continues to grow in popularity as it becomes a more common surgical procedure used for adults to correct vision impairments. LASIK surgery can …

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The use of Botox injections for blepharospasms and the signs of aging

At The Eye Care Institute, our doctors work with patient with a variety of medical and cosmetic concerns. Men and women who are bothered by excess blinking, or “blepharospasms,” may want to speak to our team about the benefits of treatment with Botox. What is Botox? Our doctors describe Botox as an injectable medicine that …

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How wearing sunglasses keeps you looking youthful while protecting your eyes!

Everyone should be wearing sunglasses outdoors, and that means everyone—even children! Sunglasses are one of many proactive ways of protecting one’s eyes, while reducing sun-related damage and the fine lines and wrinkles that come with squinting. The team at The Eye Care Institute in Louisville, KY encourages patients to consider the following benefits of wearing …

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Understanding the signs of a macular pucker

If you are noticing that your central vision is blurring or distorted, or you are having difficulty reading or seeing fine detail, you will want to be evaluated by an eye doctor in the Louisville, KY area for an evaluation. Many conditions in the earlier stages will provide symptoms that may indicate signs of trouble. …

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The Eye Care Institute
1536 Story Avenue
Louisville, KY 40206

Phone: (502) 589-1500
Fax: 502-589-1556
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