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Tips for Coping with Vision Loss

Tips for Coping with Vision Loss Many normal, age-related problems affecting vision can be addressed with practical solutions, such as extra lighting for reading recipes or tinkering with garage projects. In fact, after about age 60, you may find you need additional illumination for most tasks performed indoors or in darker conditions outdoors. This is… Read More


How Your Vision Changes as You Age

How Your Vision Changes as You Age Just as our physical strength decreases with age, our eyes also exhibit an age-related decline in performance – particularly as we reach our 60s and beyond. Some age-related eye changes, such as presbyopia, are perfectly normal and don’t signify any sort of disease process. Similarly, cataracts can be… Read More


Eight Ways to Protect Your Eyesight

Eight Ways to Protect Your Eyesight Sight-threatening eye problems affect one in six adults aged 45 and older. And the risk for vision loss increases with age. In fact, a recent American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) report estimates that more than 43 million Americans will develop age-related eye diseases by 2020. Tips for Protecting Your… Read More


Occupational Bifocals and Trifocals

Occupational Bifocals and Trifocals An occupational lens is a type of multifocal that is specifically suited for performing a particular job or hobby. Glasses with these lenses are special-purpose eyewear and are not designed for everyday wear. By strategically placing the near, intermediate and far vision zones on certain areas of the lens, specific visual tasks… Read More


How Progressive Lenses Work

How Progressive Lenses Work Progressive addition lenses (also called progressives or PALs) are the most popular multifocal lenses sold in the United States. Sometimes called “no-line bifocals,” these line-free multifocals provide a more complete vision solution than bifocals. Instead of having just two lens powers like a bifocal – one for distance vision and one… Read More


Multifocal Contact Lenses

Multifocal Contact Lenses Once we reach our mid-40s, presbyopia – the normal, age-related loss of flexibility of the lens inside our eye – makes it difficult for us to focus on near objects. In the past, reading glasses were the only option available to contact lens wearers who wanted to read a menu or do… Read More


Multifocal Eyeglass Lenses

Multifocal Eyeglass Lenses Just as eyeglass frames have continually changed to reflect the latest fashions, eyeglass lenses also have evolved. This is particularly true for multifocal lenses – eyeglass lenses with more than one power to help those of us over age 40 deal with the normal, age-related loss of near vision called presbyopia. History… Read More


Dry Eye After Menopause

Dry Eye After Menopause Studies show that more than 14% of older Americans have dry eye syndrome, or “dry eye.” If you are 50 or older and female, your chance of developing dry eye is even greater. In fact, the American Academy of Ophthalmology says hormonal changes make older women twice as likely as older… Read More


Uveitis

Uveitis Uveitis is inflammation of the eye’s uvea, an area that consists of the iris, the ciliary body and the choroid. The iris is the colored part of the eye that surrounds the pupil. The ciliary body is located behind the iris and produces the fluid that fills the anterior part of the eye. The… Read More


Stye

Stye A stye (or hordeolum) develops when an eyelid gland at the base of an eyelash becomes infected. Resembling a pimple on the eyelid, a stye can grow on the inside or outside of the lid. Styes are not harmful to vision, and they can occur at any age. Signs and Symptoms of Styes A… Read More


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1692 30th Street
Boulder, CO 80301

Tel: (303) 449-0857 Parker (Great Vision Eye Care)

9835 S. Parker Road
Parker, CO 80134

Tel: (303) 841-3937 Louisville

1371 E. Hecla Drive, Suite C
Louisville, CO 80027

Tel: (303) 666-7226
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12450 York Street
Thornton, CO 80241

Tel: (303) 452-2020 Broomfield

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Broomfield, CO 80020

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Thornton, CO 80229

Tel: (303) 451-8075

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