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Contact lenses are a great alternative to traditional eye glasses. But they are still considered medical devices, and misusing them can lead to dryness, discomfort or infection. Here are five ways you can keep your eyes comfortable and healthy while using contact lenses.
Keep your hands and your case clean
It may sound simple, but low vision has a variety of causes and life-changing impacts.
Low vision means that even with prescription eyeglasses, it is difficult to read, recognize others, or perform daily tasks.
At L.O. Eye Care, we offer everything from contact lenses to cataract surgery. But how do our different services determine what your experience with us will look like?
First, we need to establish the difference between a vision-only visit and a medical visit.
All L.O. Eye Care offices will be closed on Monday, December 25th and Tuesday, December 26th. The offices will reopen as scheduled on Wednesday, December 27th.
All offices will also be closed on Monday, January 1st. The offices will reopen as scheduled on Wednesday, January 2nd. Please note, the Lake Odessa office does not have office hours on Tuesdays.
If you have an emergency during this time, please head to the nearest emergency room or call 517.337.1668 to be connected to our afterhours service.
L.O. Eye Care is proud to announce that Southwest Michigan Eye Center is joining the practice on January 8, 2018. The Battle Creek office, on 3600 Capital Ave. SW, will be the L.O. Eye Care’s 12th location.
Southwest Michigan Eye Center’s ophthalmologists, Jeffrey Colquhoun, M.D., Randall Stout, M.D., and Larry Vander Plas, M.D. will continue to see patients at the Battle Creek office. In addition, specialists from L.O. Eye Care will provide retina, cataract, oculoplastic and glaucoma services at this location.