An Interview with Dr. Smits Dr. Smits, who specializes in glaucoma and cataract diagnosis, treatment and surgery at Cheyenne Eye Clinic & Surgery Center, was drawn to ophthalmology in medical school after sitting in on cataract surgery and witnessing how quickly an ophthalmologist can improve someone’s vision – and their life! What’s the difference between […]
There are many things to consider when deciding whether to wear glasses or contact lenses to correct your vision, including the convenience of each and which would best fit your lifestyle. Here are some things to think about. Pros of Wearing Glasses They’re easy – you simply put them on and go. Less upkeep – […]
It’s important to schedule regular eye exams so your eye doctor can look at your eyelids and the surface of your eyes, as well as check how you blink. Your doctor may also measure the quality or thickness of your tears, or measure how quickly you produce tears.
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Dry eye syndrome is a common condition of the eyes. It occurs when your eyes don’t produce enough tears, or when they don’t produce the right kind of tears. Your tears are made up of three layers: an oily layer on the outside, a watery layer in the middle and an inner mucus layer. Together, […]
Sometimes a new prescription isn’t going to help a patient see better, and surgery isn’t the answer, either. Dr. Bowman’s specialty is Low Vision Care, and she explains how to help a family member who may benefit from her knowledge and experience with low vision tools. As they get older, our loved ones are often […]
Our vision changes as we age, it’s a fact of life. Follow these tips to keep your eyes healthy in your golden years.
Contact lenses can be a great alternative to traditional glasses, but to safely wear contact lenses, you must be committed to caring for them properly and replace them when needed. Following these rules will help keep your eyes healthy while using contact lenses.
UV rays are part of the electromagnetic (light) spectrum that reaches the earth from the sun. Its wavelengths are shorter than visible light, making UV radiation naked to the eye. The wavelengths are classified as UVA, UVB, or UVC. They differ in their biological activity and the extent to which they can penetrate the skin.
Cheyenne Eye Clinic & Surgery Center’s General Eye Care doctor has seen a lot, but the work he does in our community can still be surprising, keeping him on his toes and always learning. Dr. Hubbard sat down for an interview recently to talk about his favorite parts of the job, the best things about […]