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Featured Frame – Michael Kors MK 217 Olive 52-16-130

Our current featured frame is a Michael Kors MK 217 Olive 52-16-130. Be sure to stop by and check out our entire collection! More »

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Check Out Our Referral Program!

Earn money to use in our optical by referring your family and friends.  For every three people you refer, you will receive a $30 Coupon to use in our optical! More »

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Get $30 OFF Contact Lenses When You Purchase a Pair of Sunglasses

At Dr. Hobbs Eyecare Center we are constantly coming up with ways to help make things a little more affordable all around.  With this special promotion, when you buy a pair of More »

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Get 50% OFF Your Frames & Lenses

When you purchase a year supply of your current contact lens prescription you are eligable to receive 50% off your glasses and lenses.   More »

Eye implant could lead to better glaucoma treatments

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For the 2.2 million Americans battling glaucoma, the main course of action for staving off blindness involves weekly visits to eye specialists who monitor — and control — increasing pressure within the eye.

Involuntary eye movement a foolproof indication for ADHD diagnosis

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Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is the most commonly diagnosed — and misdiagnosed — behavioral disorder in American children. Now a new study can provide the objective tool medical professionals need to accurately diagnose ADHD. The study indicates that involuntary eye movements accurately reflect the presence of ADHD.

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9 Mistakes that Mess With Your Eyes

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You rely on them from the moment you wake up to when you turn off the lights at night. But are you really giving your eyes the care they deserve? We talked to Deeba Chaudri, OD, a New York City-based optometrist with LensCrafters, about her patients’ biggest bloopers when it comes to taking care of their baby blues (or browns, greens, or hazels).

Vision-correcting display makes reading glasses so yesterday

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Researchers are developing vision-correcting displays that can compensate for a viewer’s visual impairments to create sharp images without the need for glasses or contact lenses. The technology could potentially help those who currently need corrective lenses to use their smartphones, tablets and computers, and could one day aid people with more complex visual problems.

How to Reduce Computer Eye Strain

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With so many of us using computers at work, computer eye strain has become a major job-related complaint. Studies show that eye strain and other bothersome visual symptoms occur in 50 to 90 percent of computer workers.

What you need to know about proper lens care and infection

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There has been a lot of talk the last few weeks about a student who left her contact lenses in for 6 months and lost her vision. Here is what you should know about those types of infections and how to avoid a similar result…

Novel treatment discovered for a form of childhood blindness

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A new oral medication is showing significant progress in restoring vision to patients with Leber congenital amaurosis, an international research project reports. Until now, this inherited retinal disease that causes visual impairment ranging from reduced vision to complete blindness, has remained untreatable…

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