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Category: Eye Exam Center



Online Eye Tests or In-Person Exams? The Differences May Be Critical.

Online eye tests seem like an easy, quick and inexpensive shortcut for the Internet age. You look at objects on a computer screen. You then record results on a smartphone and send the information to an optometrist at a remote location. Said optometrist gives you a prescription based on your eyes’ refractive error.


Are Women Likelier Than Men To Have Serious Eye Problems? Yes…and No.

The bad news for women this April – which has been designated Women’s Eye Health Month – is that their half of the population faces a higher likelihood of glaucoma and age-related macular degeneration, two leading causes of blindness. One study by the National Eye Institute (NEI) reports that two-thirds of the cases of U.S…. Read More


Which vision solution is right for you?

Vision Problem? Which Solution Is Right For You?

If you’ve had a full eye exam, and your ophthalmologist or optometrist has diagnosed a vision problem, you have a wide range of options. Three common options are glasses, contact lenses or LASIK. All have pros and cons, all are helpful in different ways, and none guarantees perfect vision at all distances every hour of… Read More


Eyes respond to diabetes

Eyes Respond To Diabetes In Specific (But Sometimes Helpful) Ways

Diabetes statistics can be scary. According to 2015 data from the American Diabetes Association, one American in ten has the condition – one in four over 65. And it’s the seventh leading cause of death. It creates specific eye problems, such as diabetic retinopathy and diabetic macular edema. But there’s good news, too: Adults with… Read More


Why you need an eye exam

A Regular Eye Exam: Why You – And Every Adult – Need One

A regular eye exam sounds logical, right? If you don’t detect changes in vision, your eyes must be healthy. If you do have an eye problem, your doctor will find it when he gives you a general physical.


Dr. Randall Stein

Randall N. Stein, MD, Joins Horizon Eye Care

Horizon Eye Care has hired Randall N. Stein, MD, as a staff ophthalmologist. Dr. Stein brings to Horizon several specialties, including medical and surgical treatment of glaucoma, as well as cataract and laser-assisted cataract surgery. He will be based at Horizon’s Huntersville, Mooresville


Steven J. Ryder, MD, Joins Horizon Eye Care

Horizon Eye Care has hired Steven J. Ryder, MD, as a staff ophthalmologist. Dr. Ryder brings to Horizon several specialties, including in the areas of retina/vitreous and diabetic eye disease. He will be based at Horizon’s Cotswold,


Dr. Vandana Minnal at Waverly

Waverly Location Now Open

Horizon Eye Care, consistently confirmed by peers as the most trusted eye practice in Charlotte, is now open in the one of the city’s most popular locations. Horizon’s new full-service, multi-specialty location features a state-of-the-art facility that includes 8,300 square feet of medical space.


Rendering of Waverly Development in south Charlotte

New Horizon Eye Care Office At Waverly

Horizon Eye Care will relocate to Waverly this fall. The current Arboretum location will close once this new space is completed. Read the full story from the Charlotte Business Journal.


Daily Disposable Contacts

Daily Disposable Contacts Offer Multiple Advantages

So you’re thinking of trying contact lenses? Most people are hit with a plethora of lens materials and design options from their doctor. So which is best for you?


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