Wednesday, November 4, 2020

What is your eye color?

Monday, September 28, 2020

We are all facing extraordinarily challenging times, nearly unimaginable months ago. But we are here because we want to continue to provide this community quality care and to honor your faith in our business.
You have choices for providers, but you choose us. You refer your friends and family because you believe in us. Your continued support keeps our business going, enables us to care for the community and provide for our own families. From every member of our team we sincerely thank you for the lasting faith in our business and entrusting us to your care. We strive to serve you even better today and tomorrow. Stay healthy and we'll see you soon! Dr. Edwards and EEC Team

Tuesday, July 28, 2020

Why children's eye exams are important:
Eye exams for children are very important to insure your child's eyes are healthy and have no vision problems that could interfere with school performance and potentially affect your child's safety.
A child who is unable to see print or view a blackboard can become easily frustrated, leading to poor academic performance.
Schedule an appointment today!

Tuesday, June 30, 2020




FIREWORKS SAFETY
Every year, thousands of Americans are injured due to fireworks, specifically during the Fourth of July holiday period. Ocular burns are the most frequent type of eye injury from fireworks.
We urge everyone to avoid fireworks and spend the 4th of July with family and friends, instead of in the emergency room!



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Thursday, June 25, 2020

We are excited to offer TORY BURCH

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 chic women’s eyewear that offers a big-city vibe in an eclectic assortment of richly hued solids and bold color combinations, along with sophisticated accents and playful patterns.

Stop by our optical and check it out!

Thursday, June 4, 2020

How to read your eyeglasses prescription:
So, you've just had an eye exam and your eye doctor has given you an eyeglass prescription. Here's to how to read it:


Right eye (OD), Left eye (OS), Sphere (S) is the amount of lens power, Cylinder (CYL or C) the amount of lens power in cylinder, and Axis (A) the lens meridian that contains no cylinder to correct astigmatism. You may also have add power which is a magnifying power applied to the bottom part of multifocal lenses to correct presbyopia.


Celebrate DAD this year with a new pair of sunglasses! 40% off all plano sunglass frames (excluding Costa) through June 19th.