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Category Archives: Eye Care

Amy is Wearing the new Relax Lens

Shamir Relax™ – no, it’s not a lens infused with caffeine and it doesn’t come with a lifetime supply of coffee either.  But it does ease the strain normally associated with prolonged accommodation. If you spend the majority of your work day reading or using a computer to complete tasks, the muscles in your eyes Read more…

Eating for Eye Health

Have you had your spinach today? The savory dark-green leafy green, among many vibrantly colored vegetables and fruits, is frequently overlooked, and often nonexistent on the plates of Americans across the  country. We often hear why we need fruits and veggies — for heart health and cancer prevention. Now we can add to that list “eye health” — Read more…

Bring on 2012

Happy New Year to all of our wonderful customers, we appreciate your business!  Dr. Jankowski, Dr. Zaporski and the Metro Eye Stylists  

Winter Dry Eye

While to some winter and all of its snowy glory can produce something of a winter wonderland, to others the season brings things we’d rather not have to deal with… cold feet, frozen fingers, runny noses, and… dry eyes! Yes, in the midst of all that is bothering us when the temperatures hit record lows, Read more…

Exciting News for Metro Eye!

At Metro Eye, we are dedicated to providing the best comprehensive vision and eye health care to you and your family.  It’s our number one goal to give our patients a positive experience and offer the best in everything, from patient care to choice in frames and lenses. We are happy to announce that the Read more…

Sudden Onset of Floaters or Flashes Require Medical Attention

Irregular occurrences in vision are no casual matter. People who experience symptoms such as a “mini-avalanche of spots” (which doctors call floaters) or “lightening bolt flashes” are advised to seek medical attention promptly  as they could indicate serious vision problems. According to a New York Times report, “When blood flow through the retina is blocked Read more…

Eye Problems Related to Diabetes

Preventing diabetic eye disease, or retinopathy, is important. Long-term diabetes can cause blood vessels in the retina of the eye to break down, leading to loss of vision and even blindness. Doctors don’t know the cause. There are two things people with diabetes can do to slow, and perhaps prevent that complication, with the help Read more…

Metro Eye Trunk Show

Metro Eye would like to invite you to an event you won’t want to miss!  Come to Metro Eye’s Trunk Show on Wednesday, December 7 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.  It’s a chance for you to take a few moments for yourself during the busy holiday season, and check out designer frames from SALT, Read more…

From The Dr's. Desk

Autumn is here and the changes that occur with the season are well under way. The air is now crisp, most of the leaves have fallen, and it won’t be long until that white stuff is on the ground! The change that is occurring outside is very representative of all the changes that are happening Read more…

The Gift of Sight

Please join all of us at Metro Eye this holiday season in giving those less fortunate the gift of sight. Our annual Gift of Sight Campaign is going on now through Dec 31st.  There are two great ways to help someone in need. A  donation of $45 will give someone less fortunate the gift of Read more…