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Myopia Control for Children

Myopia, or nearsightedness, is the inability to see things in the distance and is one of the most common vision complaints children have in most pediatric optometry clinics. This condition Read More

7 Signs You Might Have Cataracts

As we age, we become prone to many eye conditions. One such condition is cataracts. Normally, our eye lens is clear and transmits crisp images to the retina. As we Read More

Dry Eye Tips for the Winter

It's common to get dry eye in the winter. The cold air and wind can make the condition or even worse. If you have dry eye, you may need to Read More

Is LASIK Surgery Right for You?

If you want to see clearly without wearing glasses or contact lenses, consider LASIK eye surgery. However, not everyone is a good candidate for this surgery. At Michigan Eyecare Institute, Read More

Choosing The Right Glasses

Eyeglasses have become a real fashion statement. When it comes to choosing the right glasses, there are a few things to keep in mind. Our optometrists at Michigan Eyecare Institute Read More

The Importance of Eye Care and Check Ups

The Importance of Eye Exams It’s important to take your eye care as seriously as the rest of your health care. During an eye exam, one of our doctors at Michigan Read More

Signs Your Kids Might Have Vision Problems

Signs Your Kids Might Have Vision Problems If you suspect that your child may have a vision problem, it can be difficult to tell for sure. That's why your child needs Read More

Contact Lenses vs Traditional Glasses

Contact Lenses vs Traditional Glasses If you need vision correction and your eyes are otherwise healthy, you may have a choice between contact lenses or traditional glasses. Neither is better than Read More

Signs of Sight Loss

Signs Of Sight Loss Taking care of your eyes is the only way you can be sure that they are going to be healthy. When you start to have issues that Read More

The Difference Between an Optometrist and an Ophthalmologist

The Difference Between an Optometrist and an Ophthalmologist The Michigan Eyecare Institute has been providing eye care to Southfield, Dearborn, and Livonia for years. We would like to explain how an Read More

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