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This October sponsors eye injury prevention month and home eye safety. According to Prevent Blindness, 90 percent of eye injuries can be prevented by wearing protective eyewear and taking simple precautions. Here are a few things you can do to ensure your risks of eye injuries at home are reduced:

Smooth lower favial lines and wrinkles with the #1 dermal filler, JUVEDERM®. Going on now through October 31st, buy 1 syringe of JUVERDERM®, get the 2nd half off. Call and schedule an appointment with Board Certified Oculoplastic Surgeon, Craig Lewis, M.D..

LABOR DAY HOURS

Please be aware of our upcoming holiday hours: 

Saturday, August 31st: All offices closed except for Coolidge Road Office (by appointment only) 

Monday, September 2nd: All offices closed 

 

We will open for normal business hours again starting Tuesday, September 3rd. Thank you. 

Marie T. Burke, M.D., has joined L.O. Eye Care. Dr. Burke has started seeing patients at the Battle Creek location July 22nd.  

You probably know that too much sun exposure can be harmful to your body including sunburns, fatigue, dehydration and even skin cancer risks, but the ultraviolet (UV) rays can be just as harmful to your eyes.UV damage to the eye can cause growths on the surface of the eye called pinguecula or pterygium, cataracts, or eye surface inflammation. UV damage has also be linked to age-related macular degeneration.

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