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Diabetic Eye Diseases: Diagnosis & Treatment

Diabetic eye disease refers to a number of different conditions that can affect the eyes of people with diabetes. Diabetic retinopathy, cataracts, and glaucoma are all considered diabetic eye diseases. Read More

Healthy Aging and Your Eyes

Protecting Your Vision as You Age The aging process affects your vision the same way it does the rest of your body. Growing older is why it is essential to have Read More

How to Prepare for an Eye Exam

Eye exams are recommended once per year for most people, although the frequency of the exams may differ based on your individual symptoms and family history. To ensure your eye Read More

The Importance of Eye Care and Check Ups

It is important to schedule appointments for frequent eye exams. Not only can our optometrist catch potential problems with your eyesight, but Dr. Nakhlis can also advise you on how Read More

Choosing The Right Glasses

For your own wellness and visual acuity, it is important to see an eye doctor regularly for yearly eye exams. Wearing glasses is a great way to correct your vision. Read More

Meibomian Gland Dysfunction Treatment or Treatment of Evaporative/Obstructive Dry Eye Syndrome

There are many diseases and conditions out there that can compromise the integrity of your eyes. For instance, when you have meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD), your eyes may be poorly Read More

New Presbyopia Drops

At EyeSee in Lincolnshire, IL, we believe in taking advantage of new developments that benefit our patients. That's why we currently offer presbyopia drops that can potentially counteract age-related presbyopia. Read More

Blepharitis FAQs

When you are having problems with your eyes, you must seek out treatment as soon as possible. Early intervention and prevention are the best way to protect your eye health Read More

Myopia Control In Kids

Research shows that myopia, or nearsightedness, is increasing in children at an alarming rate. Many doctors who specialize in pediatric optometry believe that one culprit could be the increased amounts Read More

Sports Eye Safety

Eye injuries associated with sports are a leading cause of blindness in the U.S. The good thing is that it’s possible to take some safety precautions and prevent these injuries. Read More

Prokera at Eye See

Prokera is a medical device used by an eye doctor to repair, heal, and manage damaged eye surfaces. It's especially beneficial for patients with severe dry eyes. Our optometry team Read More

Eyelash Extension Safety Tips

Eyelash extensions are not a new trend. However, they are seemingly more popular than ever. Whether you are wearing them regularly or using them as part of a night out, Read More

Different Types of Ocular Allergies

There are a lot of issues that can cause problems with your eyes, and ocular allergies are among the most common. If you're in the Lincolnshire, IL area and struggling Read More

Early Signs of Glaucoma

Spotting the Early Signs of Glaucoma Glaucoma is a group of eye conditions that affect the optic nerve. Glaucoma can cause permanent vision loss if not detected early on. At Eye Read More

Myopia Control + MiSight Lenses

Myopia is becoming more and more common and has grown into a significant health problem over the last few decades. The most prevalent sight-threatening issues in the world at the Read More

Pediatric Eye Exam

Back to School Eye Exams Preparations for the new school year should include a back to school eye exam for your child or teen. Good vision is essential for learning. Undetected Read More

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