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Tips to Protect Your Vision

In today's fast-paced world, it's easy to overlook the importance of our vision. However, maintaining good eye health is crucial for our overall well-being. At Michigan Eyecare Institute in Dearborn, Read More

How to Prepare For An Eye Exam

Are you due to have your eyes checked? Regular eye exams are a smart way to protect your vision and eyes. At Michigan Eyecare Institute in Southfield, Dearborn, and Livonia, Read More

What Does 20/20 Vision Actually Mean?

What Does 20/20 Vision Actually Mean? While many people understand 20/20 vision is good, do you know what 20/20 vision truly means? Michigan Eyecare Institute in Dearborn, Livonia, and Southfield, MI, Read More

The Importance of Wearing Sunglasses During Winter

The Importance of Wearing Sunglasses During Winter As the frigid winter months arrive, many of us may be inclined to stow away our sunglasses. However, contrary to popular belief, they can Read More

Healthy Aging and Your Eyes

Healthy Aging and Your Eyes Prioritizing precautions and proactive vision care to keep your sight sharp is vital for remaining active and independent as you age. Having poor eye health Read More

Signs of Computer Vision

Computer Vision It is no surprise that people are seeking relief from discomfort caused by extended periods of digital device use. Our usage of screens has ramped up dramatically over the Read More

The Most Common Eye Conditions and Diseases

Common Eye Conditions Over 40 The world of optometry can fill up a library with all the possible eye conditions, diseases, and developments possible. However, some eye conditions definitely show up Read More

Does Nearsightedness Or Farsightedness Improve with Age?

How Aging Affects Nearsightedness and Farsightedness Nearsightedness, also known as myopia, and farsightedness, or hyperopia, are common eye diseases that cause blurry vision. People with nearsightedness have difficulty seeing objects far Read More

How Do Seasonal Allergies Affect The Eyes And How Can I Reduce The Symptoms?

Our Optometrist at Michigan Eyecare Institute If you're looking for exceptional eye care services in Southfield, MI, look no further than Michigan Eyecare Institute. Our team of experienced optometrists is dedicated Read More

What Does 2020 Vision Actually Mean

We often hear that "hindsight is 20/20" or someone proudly boasting of their 20/20 vision. Now, with 2020 firmly in hindsight, we can ask, what does "20/20 vision" mean? Is Read More

Top 5 Causes of Dry Eye

Top 5 Causes of Dry Eye Whether you're dealing with itchy eyes, a burning sensation or a sensitivity to light, dry eyes can be very uncomfortable. Our eye doctors at Michigan Read More

7 Signs You Might Have Eye Cataracts

Cataracts grow slowly over time, meaning initial symptoms are mild at first. At Michigan Eyecare Institute, we serve the areas of Southfield, Livonia, and Dearborn, MI, by providing eye exams Read More

How Often Should You See Your Eye Doctor?

For many years, everyone was given the same standard advice to see their eye doctor at least once a year. As time has progressed and doctors have been able to Read More

Fruits and Veggies and How They Impact Vision: More Matters Month

Making it to your annual eye exam is not the only way you can improve your eye health. Lifestyle habits such as diet also have a huge impact on your Read More

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

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

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