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  • What Causes Macular Degeneration?
    What Causes Macular Degeneration? Macular degeneration is an eye disease that is quite common among adults in the US. In fact, more than 200,000 new cases are reported every year. Here Read more
  • Sports Eye Safety Tips
    Protect Your Eyes While Playing Sports Playing sports is fun at all ages, but only if a game isn't marred by injury. Eye injuries are especially common in games where protective Read more
  • Eye Disease Management
    Eye Disease Management in WichitaWichita residents need to make eye wellness a priority this year, especially if you are at risk for disease or chronic problems such as allergies or Read more
  • Importance of Pediatric Eye Exams
    Importance of a Pediatric Eye Exams in Douglas & AmidonHealthy vision starts at a young age and parents want to consider a pediatric eye exam before their children reach school Read more
  • Importance of Eye Exams with Today's Technology
    Our Optometrists in Wichita Explains the Importance of Eye Exams with Today's TechnologyHealthy eyes play an important role in your lifestyle and activities. When you use a variety of technological Read more
  • Scleral Lenses for Normal Corneas
    Scleral Lenses for Normal CorneasCan we fit scleral lenses on normal corneas? Should we fit scleral lenses on normal corneas? Yes! Normal cornea applications are easier to fit then irregular Read more
  • When to See Your Eye Doctor in Wichita
    When to See Your Eye Doctor in WichitaJust as you see your regular doctor for a physical each year, you should also have your eyes examined on a routine basis. Read more
  • Can Computer Vision Cause Headaches and Migraines?
    Your Eye Doctor in Wichita Discusses if Computer Vision can Cause Headaches and MigrainesStaring at a computer, tablet or phone screen for long periods of time can leave your eyes Read more
  • Pediatric Eye Exams
    Pediatric Eye Exams in WichitaRegular eye exams are essential for maintaining healthy eyesight. Here at Wichita Optometry, we offer specialized children’s eye care. We understand how to comfort a child Read more
  • Senior Eye Exams
    Senior Eye Exams in Wichita, KSAs we age, eye care and optometric services become more and more important. Wichita Optometry is here for all your vision needs, including eye exams.Common Types of Eye Problems  Most Read more
  • Choosing an Eye Doctor
    Choosing an Eye Doctor in WichitaFor those in the Wichita area who need to see an optometrist, there are many things to consider when finding one who is professional, trustworthy, Read more
  • How Often Do I Need an Eye Exam?
    How Often Do I Need an Eye Exam in Wichita?The frequency of your eye exams depends on three factors:Your ageYour eye healthYour optometrist's recommendationAt Wichita Optometry, our optometrists want to Read more
  • What are the Differences Between a Contact Lens Exam and a Regular Eye Exam?
    What are the Differences Between a Contact LensExam and a Regular Eye Exam in Wichita?Some people might think that a contact lens exam in Wichita and a regular eye exam Read more
  • The Importance of Eye Exams
    The Importance of Having a Routine Eye Exam in WichitaHaving your eyes checked on a regular basis is a crucial part of protecting your vision as you get older. When Read more
  • Do I Have Cataracts?
    The Importance of Seeing a Wichita Optometristif You Think You Have CataractsDo you think you might have cataracts? If you are in your golden years, and if you notice your Read more
  • Do you have cataracts? Learn about treatment options.
    Understanding the Treatment Protocol for Cataracts in WichitaCataracts tend to progress slowly, but they can lead to blindness without eventual treatment. The cloudy area will usually slowly increase in size Read more
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