Eyecare for your Child

Blog post by Kelbi Harvey It is said that roughly 80 percent of what a child learns prior to age 13 is presented visually. So, it is not surprising that good vision is necessary for optimal learning. Children today, even preschoolers, are routinely using computers and portable electronic devices for learning. This makes it more

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Bottled Water vs Tap-Which is Better for Your Teeth?

Blog post by Dr. Jarrod Jones Did you know that Americans drink an average of 30 gallons of bottled water each year? Beer and soda are the only other bottled drinks more often consumed. We know that the acidic elements in both beer and soda can eat away at your tooth enamel, but what about

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Vision Insurance

Blog by Natalie Bender Many people have vision insurance that is either purchased personally or provided through an employer. Vision insurance is a great benefit that often acts as a discount plan. However, it is different than health insurance. Vison insurance will typically have coverage for routine vison exams and sometimes there is coverage for vision hardware such as contact lenses or glasses. Things to remember when you want to use your

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