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  • Glaucoma Treatment
    Glaucoma Treatment Glaucoma is a very serious disease. Without proper treatment, glaucoma causes damage to your optic nerve which can cause the loss of your side vision. In time, tunnel vision Read more
  • Ophthalmologist vs. Optometrist: Which Is Right For You?
    Ophthalmologist vs Optometrist: What's the Difference? It’s important you see the right eye doctor to get the kind of eye care you need. Ophthalmologists and optometrists are both eye care professionals. Read more
  • The Importance of Eye Care and Check Ups
    The Importance of Eye Care & Check Ups Are you looking for an optometrist in the Wichita area? Well, look no further. Wichita Optometry has served the greater Wichita area for Read more
  • Back To School Vision Care
    Go Back To School with New Glasses from our Wichita Optometrist As you get your child ready for this school year, it's time for an eye exam at Wichita Optometry, P. Read more
  • Signs Your Kids Might Have Vision Problems
    Wichita Optometry, P.A. Discuses Signs Your Kids Might Have Vision Problems Taking care of your children's medical needs is a major part of being a parent. Being on the lookout for Read more
  • Contacts Lens vs Traditional Glasses
    Contacts Lens vs Traditional Glasses From Wichita Optometry, P.A. in Wichita, KS It's an old debate -- do you want eyeglasses or contact lenses? The answer depends on what you do Read more
  • Fruits & Veggies and How They Impact Vision
    Our Wichita Optometry, P.A. in Wichita, Kansas Discusses Fruits & Veggies and How They Impact Vision It takes a healthy, varied diet to keep your body in good shape, and your Read more
  • Contact Lens Health Week in August
    Learn More About Caring For Your Contact Lenses From Our Wichita Optometry, P.A. in Wichita, Kansas The Center for Disease Control has named August 21-25 the week of National Contact Lens Read more
  • Conditions a Regular Eye Exam can Detect
    Comprehensive Eye Exams to Detect Conditions in WichitaAs your preferred Wichita optometrist practice, we encourage all of our patients to receive regular eye exams. Having a dedicated eye doctor for Read more
  • What is Pink Eye? Our Optometrist Explains in This Blog.
    What is Pink Eye in Wichita, KS?Pink eye or conjunctivitis as it is referred to by doctors is an infection of the eye, and it is highly contagious. Pinkeye causes Read more
  • Summer Eye Care Tips in Wichita, KS
    Summer Eye Care Tips in Wichita, KSSummer is a challenging time for eye health, but with some basic precautions and practices, you should have no trouble avoiding injuries or discomfort. Read more
  • Causes of Chronically Red Eyes
    Causes of Chronically Red Eyes Having red eyes most or all of the time indicates inflammation of the eye's tissues due to irritation, infection, disease or allergy. When your eyes are Read more
  • What Is Myopia?
    What Is Myopia? When you have trouble seeing objects far away, this is a sign that you are suffering from myopia. Here at Wichita Optometry, we treat myopia for patients of Read more
  • Dry Eye Diagnosis and Treatment
    Dry Eyes: What You Need To Know If you have dry, itchy eyes you may be concerned with contracting a medical condition called dry eye condition. At Wichita Optometry, we offer Read more
  • Seasonal Eye Allergies FAQs
    Seasonal Eye Allergies FAQ If you are a seasonal allergy sufferer in Wichita, KS you want to prepare for the upcoming season. The worst season for sufferers is right around the Read more
  • Glaucoma FAQs Answered by Our Wichita Optometrists
    Glaucoma FAQs From Your Wichita Optometrist Glaucoma is the most common cause of blindness in adults. In addition, children can develop pediatric glaucoma that also leads to permanent vision loss. Here Read more
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Tuesday:

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