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New School Year, New Outlook

The start of a new school year can be quite an adjustment for any young scholar, and visual impairments commonly go unnoticed amidst all of the excitement that comes along with turning over a new educational leaf. As our eyesight may gradually change over time, children and teens may not notice subtle shifts in their visual acuity without a Read more...

Eye Misalignment- Do You Suffer Unknowingly?

EYE MISALIGNMENT Do your eyes work well together? How would you know if they didn't? When your eyes are not in sync, the brain must compensate for the misalignment. This additional work stresses the trigeminal nerve, which is the nerve in your brain responsible for most head and neck sensations. Symptoms of this strain may go unaddressed, or may be falsely Read more...

Protect Your Vision With a Healthy Lifestyle

As the demands and responsibilities of modern life increase, and technology decreases the necessity of physical activity, it can certainly become difficult to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Studies continue to prove the countless benefits of living healthfully and actively with a nutritious diet, and preservation of one's visual health is clearly among them. Exercise Healthy Read more...

Only Days Remain: Maximize Your 2018 Benefits

As 2018 comes close to its end, you may have insurance benefits that will disappear with the new year! Metro Eye’s expert staff is happy to thoroughly analyze, interpret and assist you in maximizing the valuable vision insurance benefits that you are entitled to! Vision benefits, flexible spending funds and health savings account funds are applicable to numerous Read more...
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National Eye Exam Month Is Here

Healthy vision begins with a comprehensive eye exam, and August is the perfect time to schedule your appointment- as it is National Eye Exam Month! Dr. Amy Jankowski, Dr. Kaelyn Zaporski and Dr. Amanda Kopczyk apply a wealth of knowledge throughout the entire eye examination process, to continually find innovative ways of improving and maintaining your family’s precious optical Read more…

February is Low Vision Awareness Month

February is Low Vision Awareness Month and Metro Eye is helping get the word out about low vision and how it currently affects 3 million Americans. Experts project by 2030 the number of Americans who have low vision will reach to 5 million. What is Low Vision? Low vision is when even with regular glasses, Read more...
January is Glaucoma Awareness Month

Metro Eye Recognizes Glaucoma Awareness Month

Don’t let Glaucoma steal your vision! Known as “the sneak thief of sight” due to the disease’s ability to cause of blindness with little or no symptoms before hand,  glaucoma is the leading cause of blindness in the United States. Glaucoma affects over an estimated 4 million Americans, and half of those affected may be Read more...
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How an Eye Exam Helps With Your Overall Health: INFOGRAPHIC

Has it been a while since your last eye exam? With the new year, it might be time to consider an appointment to make sure your vision hasn’t changed and that your eyes are healthy. Your eye exam is more than just checking on the state of your vision and eye health. Having an eye Read more…

Back to School Time is a Great Time for an Eye Exam

It’s back to school season! Now is the time to make sure your child’s vision is ready for the new school year. Considering that 75% of what we learn comes through what we see, it’s critically important to make sure students of all ages are thoroughly examined for any issues related to their sight. Unfortunately, Read more…

Eye Allergies: What they are and how to find relief

It is that time of year again, when allergies wreak havoc on our eyes. If you have noticed redness and irritation of your eyes, accompanied by itchy and watery sensations, there is a chance that you are experiencing ocular allergies. On the other hand, it might be dry eye syndrome, a reaction to your contacts or an infection that could be causing your Read more…