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Can HSA/FSA Benefits Be Used for Eye Surgeries Like LASIK, Cataracts or Glaucoma?

Eye surgery can be expensive. Fortunately, HSAs and FSAs can be used toward the eye surgery you need.
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Protect Your Eyes From Vision Loss: Diabetes Awareness Month

What Is Diabetic Retinopathy? Diabetic Retinopathy (DR) is one of the most prevalent eye diseases affecting the working age population. It is thought to be caused by high blood sugar levels which, over time, damage the tiny blood vessels of the retina at the back of the eye, making them...
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What’s the difference between a traditional lens and a digital lens?

Ben Curtis, the optician at Wesson-Mothershed Eye Center  A digital lens is a much more precise technology.  The surfacing of a traditional lens is when your prescription is ground into the lens.  Meaning, your prescription will be correct, but those lenses are crafted with a more ballpark estimate. The edge...
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New To Contact Lenses? Here Are Our Top 5 Tips!

For an estimated 56 million North Americans, contact lenses are the preferred form of vision correction. So if you’ve just started wearing contact lenses — you’re in good company. Advice About Contact Lenses from Tupelo's Team of Eye Care Professionals Here are 5 tips to quickly help you adjust to...
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Keratoconus and Coronavirus

Scleral lenses are a good solution for people with keratoconus, a corneal condition that leads to nearsightedness. Besides observing general recommendations for staying coronavirus-free during the pandemic, scleral wearers should consider taking additional precautions. Read on to learn more.
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What to Avoid If You Have Glaucoma

Untreated, glaucoma can lead to vision loss and even blindness. Because glaucoma is caused by high intraocular pressure, it might help to modify or avoid certain activities and foods that may increase it. Let us help you mitigate the risk.
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