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Looking for a long-lasting solution for dry eye? Need something stronger than gel drops? New technology has been approved to help you achieve just that! And now, Dr. D’Orio Eyecare has got it for our patients because your eyes deserve the best treatment possible. If...

Reduce Digital Eye Strain   A lot of our lives are spent staring at our digital devices. Whether we’re watching something on TV, checking our phones, working on our computers, we’re constantly looking at screens. It’s almost entirely unavoidable. Unfortunately, constantly viewing a screen is damaging to your...

Taking care of your eyesight makes your life much easier and more comfortable. When our eyes are not providing us with clear vision, we should absolutely take this as a sign to check in with our eye doctor and examine our eye health. But did...

Lazy Eye (Amblyopia) Treated Lazy eye (otherwise known as amblyopia) can be treated in a variety of ways depending on the type, severity of the case, and the age of the patient. In the past, treatment for lazy eye would begin before a person turns 8...

The top priority when driving a car is always to ensure safety. This means obeying the rules of the road, putting on your seatbelt, keeping your hands on the wheel, driving sober, and wearing sunglasses. The last point--wearing sunglasses--may not be one that everyone is...

For many of us, our digital device screens take up most of our day. From working on computers or laptops to recreational time spent on our mobile devices, we spend anywhere between 9 to 11 hours of our day looking at a screen. This may...

Due to the technological advances of our age, ocular damage caused by blue light emissions has been a top concern for people who work primarily on screens. Blue light can be very damaging to your eyes, but thankfully, there are some things you can do...

Intraductal Meibomian Gland Probing is a treatment for Dry Eye Disease. The treatment clears obstructions in the meibomian glands, which is also very effective in treating meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD). This procedure is performed in-office with only the use of topical anesthetic. The process is...

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