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  • Hard to Fit Contacts vs. Regular Contact Lenses
    Hard to Fit Contacts vs. Regular Contact Lenses Some patients that want contact lenses may fall into the "Hard to Fit" category. Contact lens wearers may find some contact lenses to Read more
  • How to Prepare For An Eye Exam
    You should schedule an eye exam every year. Not only will these exams ensure your vision and the health of your eyes, but they can also detect serious medical conditions Read more
  • The Importance of Eye Care and Check Ups
    It is essential to the health of your eyes and your vision that you schedule annual eye care exams with Eye 1st Vision Center. Some people see their eye doctor Read more
  • Blue Light Dangers: What Our Eye Doctor Wants You to Know
    Even if you don't wear glasses or contacts, it's likely that you've noticed eye fatigue after you spend a long period of time staring at a screen. This eye fatigue Read more
  • Signs That Your Kids Have Vision Problems
    Our Eye 1st Vision Center Shares Signs Your Kids Might Have Vision Problems The American Optometric Association indicates that up to 80% of a child’s learning is with their eyes, with Read more
  • Back To School Vision Care
    Back to School Glasses with Eye 1st Vision Center It's that time of year again. It’s time to go shopping, get your shots, and most importantly, get your back to school glasses. Read more
  • How Fruits & Veggies Impact Your Vision
    Our Optometrist in Sandy Springs, GA Discusses Fruits and Veggies And How They Impact Vision Did you know that what you eat plays a critical role in your eye health? Our Read more
  • The Common Causes of Sight Loss
    Eye 1st Vision Center in Sandy Springs, GA Discusses Signs of Sight Loss Many people who have vision impairment or even blindness are not born that way, it happens over time. Read more
  • Sports and Eye Safety
    Sports and Eye Safety At Eye 1st Vision Center in Sandy Springs, GA Tens of thousands of recreation-related eye injuries occur every year. However, 90 percent of these injuries would be Read more
  • Home Improvement and Eye Safety Advice
    Home Improvement and Eye Safety Advice from our Sandy Springs, GA Optometrist Whether it’s painting the walls or mowing the lawn, home improvements are common weekend projects among homeowners. Unfortunately, there Read more
  • What to Expect During Contact Lens Exam
    What Can I Expect During Contact Lens Exam? Answers from our Sandy Springs Optometrist One of the smartest decisions you will ever make is choosing to get contact lenses. People who Read more
  • The Difference Between Farsightedness and Nearsightedness
    The Difference Between Farsightedness and Nearsightedness              Both farsightedness and nearsightedness (hyperopia and myopia, respectively) are considered "refractive errors." In other words, when light enters the eye, Read more
  • Eye Health Concerns from Cosmetics
    Eye Health Concerns from Cosmetics: Conjunctivitis and Allergic Reactions            Unless you use hypoallergenic cosmetics, your foundation, mascara, eyeliner, and eyeshadow likely contain ingredients that could cause you Read more
  • What are the Connections between Smoking and Eye Health?
    What are the Connections between Smoking and Eye Health?             Tobacco smoke contains over 40 known carcinogens and at least 5000 different chemicals harmful to your Read more
  • Blue Light Facts
    Blue Light Facts From Your Sandy Springs Optometrist When it comes to protecting your vision, it’s important to know about blue light and how it can harm your eyes. As a brief Read more
  • What You Should Know About Glaucoma
    Glaucoma Treatment From Our Sandy Springs Optometrist At Eyes 1st Vision Center, our Sandy Springs optometrist makes your eye and vision health a top priority. Proudly serving the surrounding areas of Read more

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