The Rothchild Eye Institute Blog
The ophthalmology team at Rothchild Eye Institute strives to provide the latest in eye and vision health to patients throughout Delray Beach, FL and beyond. From routine eye exams and cataract surgery to dry eyes and diabetic eye care, our blog offers detailed information on a range of ophthalmic topics. Explore the posts below to learn how better vision can enhance your quality of life.
When Should I See an Eye Doctor for Dry Eyes?
Dry eye relief is possible with help from a professional. Learn about dry eye syndrome and how our team members manage common issues like dry eyes.Read
What Eye Diseases Are Checked for During a Vision Exam?
It is possible to catch and treat certain eye diseases early. Learn about different eye conditions and what happens during an eye examination here.Read
How to Choose the Right Premium IOLs After Cataract Surgery
Premium IOLs can help with vision correction if you have a refractive error like nearsightedness or farsightedness. Read about premium lenses here.Read
How Important is Proper Eye Care for Someone With Diabetes?
Diabetic eye care is paramount to preserve as much of your vision and eye health as possible.Read
Can Wearing Glasses Help Relieve Dry Eyes?
Find out what causes dry eyes and if wearing glasses may play a role in helping to relieve your symptoms.Read
How Often Do I Need to Have an Eye Exam?
Not sure whether you need an eye exam annually or more often? Review the helpful information here to find the answer.Read
Meet The Doctor Helping Patients Restore Their Youthful Appearance
Dr. Myers has helped countless people through BOTOX®, dermal fillers, and laser skin resurfacing. Learn about his years of experience and skill here.Read
Common Causes for Eye Allergies This Fall
This fall, many people will suffer from eye allergies caused by various allergens, including pollen, dust mites, mold, and environmental irritants.Read
Five Reasons to Use Your FSA Toward Your Eye Health
Your FSA fund can help you and your family enjoy long-term eye health and clear vision through the following services.Read
What are the Symptoms of Diabetic Retinopathy?
Diabetic retinopathy can lead to blurred eyesight, vision loss, and blindness, as well as symptoms like floaters and dark spots in one’s visual field.Read
How Do I Know If I Need Prescription Eyeglasses?
If you’re experiencing visual disturbances, loss of vision, or other related troubles, eyeglasses can provide newfound, life-changing clarity.Read
What is the Recovery Time for Refractive Surgery?
Refractive surgeries offer fast, safe, and effective outpatient results while only requiring a few days of recovery.Read
Three Tips to Manage Dry Eyes at Home
There are several things you can do at home for dry eye relief, such as reducing screen time, using eye drops, or making minor nutritional changes.Read
When is YAG Peripheral Iridotomy Needed?
YAG peripheral iridotomy (PI) may be needed when fluid flow between the lens and iris is blocked, causing harmful intraocular pressure.Read
What Kind of Vision Can be Improved With Refractive Surgery?
Refractive surgery corrects or improves refractive errors, including nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, and age-related presbyopia.Read
How To Prevent Dry Eyes While Wearing Contacts
Just because you have dry eyes doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the benefits of contacts. Learn how to prevent dry eyes with contacts here.Read
What Is Visual Acuity and How Is It Tested?
A routine visual acuity test is a unique procedure that is essential for your ocular health.Read
Can I Still Wear Contacts After Cataract Surgery?
Whether or not you need contact lenses depends on numerous factors, though some patients still safely wear contacts after cataract surgery.Read
Use Your Flex Spending on Your Eye Health Before the Year Ends
The unspent money in your Flex Spending Account may be forfeited at year’s end, but you can use it to help your loved ones enjoy optimal eye health.Read
Can Cold Weather Cause Dry Eyes?
Dry eye syndrome can make your eyes itchy and irritated. Discover our innovative treatments for dry eyes, such as artificial tears and eye surgery.Read
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