We’re still here for you! Though Medical Eye Center has restricted non-essential services due to COVID-19, we’re excited to now offer a telemedicine program. What is telemedicine? Telemedicine refers to a variety of healthcare services that can be offered remotely, whether through a video visit or a phone call. Telemedicine gives you the ability to
Please note that the below information is intended to be observed as guidelines, and is not intended to be a substitute for informed medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your eye doctor with any questions you may have regarding allergies, dry eye, or any medical condition. Ah, spring. That beautiful time
Please note that the below information is intended to be observed as guidelines, and is not intended to be a substitute for informed medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your eye doctor with any questions you may have regarding contact lens wear or a medical condition. If you’re one of the
To our valued patients, Now that we have finished suspending most of our operations due to recommendations from the American Academy of Ophthalmology and the executive orders issued by Governor Kate Brown, we wanted to share with you what it is that we’re continuing to do and what we’ve stopped doing due to COVID-19. At
We understand these are difficult times. Information about COVID-19 is changing on a regular basis as federal and state officials make recommendations or requirements. The majority of our patient population falls under the higher risk category, so we want to be vigilant in keeping them safe. We have implemented many changes to decrease the risk
Summer is in full swing – and that means enjoying sun-soaked days filled with swimming, the beach, sports and other outdoor activities. Summer fun and festivities can put inconvenient demands on your eyes – especially if you wear eyeglasses or contact lenses. It is important to keep eye safety in mind during the summer months.
For patients who are new to contact lens wear, it can be difficult to know how to safely wear their lenses. How long you can safely wear your contact lenses depends on the type of contact lenses you have been prescribed. Soft lenses are the most popular type of contact lenses worn in the U.S.
Having your eyes checked on a regular basis is one of the best things you can do to safeguard your vision. Because your eye health is very important no matter your age, it is important for both adults and children to have a comprehensive eye exam at least once every year. Comprehensive Eye Exams A
Many patients in Medford put off getting their eyes examined regularly and wait until they notice a problem before scheduling an appointment with one of our doctors. Below are several signs that it may be time to schedule your next eye exam at Medical Eye Center: Frequent Headaches – A routine eye exam can uncover
Caring for your eyes doesn’t have to be complicated. Surprisingly, many patients are unsure of how to properly take care of their eyes to ensure long-term protection and good vision. Here are just some of the basic dos and don’ts to optimally care for your eyes: Dos for Your Eyes Eat a Healthy Diet –