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Vision Care

  • Eye Infections? Yes, we treat those!

    Cold & flu season is on its way, and that means germs are also around that can cause eye infections. Keep in mind that our office offers same-day appointments for acute eye conditions such as red, watery, itchy, irritated, or injured eyes.

    Continue Reading October 13, 2014

  • Sunglasses for Kids

    Did you know that our eyes get 80% of their total lifetime UV exposure to the sun by age 18? Ask our office about UV blocking sunglasses for kids.

    Continue Reading October 9, 2014

  • Is a school vision screening enough for your student?

    Well, we think it’s a good start, but a full eye exam with your optometrist every year is more than just a screening for near or far-sightedness. Only your eye doctor can assess the complete health of your child’s eyes and test for other vision problems that might get in the way of his/her ability […]

    Continue Reading August 20, 2014

  • 7 Bad Habits that are Aging Your Eyes…

    (According to www.allaboutvision.com) 1. Rubbing your eyes 2. Forgetting your sunglasses 3. Smoking 4. Eating poorly 5. Not getting enough quality sleep 6. Not drinking enough water 7. Not seeing your eye doctor

    Continue Reading August 10, 2014

  • LipiFlow Dry Eye Treatment Shows Great Success

    In 2013, our optometry practice adopted the LipiView/LipiFlow technology to treat the underlying causes of dryness. To date, Dr. Tada has performed LipiView and/or LipiFlow on over 70 patients, with great results!  The majority of patients treated with LipiFlow have reported an improvement in overall dry eye symptoms at 4 weeks post treatment.  Many patients […]

    Continue Reading July 29, 2014

  • Importance of Yearly Eye Exams for Children

    Unfortunately, parents and educators often incorrectly assume that if a child passes a school screening, their vision is fine. Some vision problems may not have warning signs. Comprehensive eye exams are one of the most important investments a parent can make to help maximize their child’s education, health and well-being.

    Continue Reading July 22, 2014

  • When is your child ready to wear contact lenses?

    We get asked this question a lot! The answer varies by the person/family, but here are some guidelines to judge whether this summer would be a good time to start: -Your child is motivated to wear contact lenses. -You believe your child is responsible enough to care for the lenses, insert/remove them without parental assistance, […]

    Continue Reading July 8, 2014

  • Should I See my Primary Care vs. Eye Doctor?

    Have a red or sore eye? Suffering from eye allergies? Have an eye injury? Got something in your eye? Noticing new flashes or floaters?  Many people don’t know whether to go to the emergency room, to their primary care doctor, or to their eye doctor.  In almost all cases, the answer to this dilemma is […]

    Continue Reading June 26, 2014

  • Eyewear for Sports Safety

    Watching the World Cup Soccer tournament these days? Did you know that Mountain View Vision can supply you with protective eyewear for your active lifestyle, too? From Rx sports goggles to shatter resistant lenses to daily disposable contact lenses, we can help you see great while you are running up & down the sports fields […]

    Continue Reading June 17, 2014

  • Why Sunglasses Are So Important

    Everyone Needs Quality Sunglasses A good pair of sunglasses will help protect both adults & kids from the strong Colorado wind & sun. Sunglasses are also a great way to help prevent the early onset of cataracts and macular degeneration. With new styles available all the time, there is no excuse not to look great […]

    Continue Reading June 12, 2014