Category Archives: Contact Lenses

The Future of Contact Lenses

I came across this article in Science Daily about LCD technology that is being integrated in to the matrix of contact lenses.  Here you see a photo of a contact lens with a simple dollar sign embedded in to it.  … Continue reading

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Olmos Park Vision Source – Your premier Vision Source eye doctor, taking care of all your eyecare needs.

    Welcome to Olmos Park Vision Source We are affiliated with Alamo Hts. Vision Source! Tom Ayres, O.D. Jason Deviney, O.D.  (Mondays starting September 10th)   4501 McCullough #101 San Antonio, TX 78212 Phone: 210-340-5822 Fax: 210-340-3841 You’ll see … Continue reading

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The Daily Eyeball Report

It was a busy and somewhat hectic day at the Alamo Heights Vision Source yesterday.  Our Officemate electronic medical record software was inaccessible and we had to resort to writing everything down on paper.  Paper!  It was like it was … Continue reading

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Bifocal Contact Lenses vs. Monovision

It’s a battle that’s been “raging” since the mid-1980s when soft bifocal contact lenses were first introduced.  Vistakon got in to the game early with the Acuvue Bifocal and CibaVision followed shortly thereafter with their Focus Progressives.  Both were better … Continue reading

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The daily eyeball report.

Today I was thinking about my friends in Keene, NH. Talked to them today as a matter of fact (fantasy football-related).  When we would go over to visit my good friends Kristin and Eric, one of them would always ask … Continue reading

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A busy Wednesday at EyeWorks…

Quite a busy day at EyeWorks today (Wednesday). Every Wednesday morning we start off with a staff meeting and for the 3rd week in a row, we’ve introduced a new member of the team. Kelley joins the team as an … Continue reading

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10 ways to tell you are overdue for an eye exam

I find it interesting to see how long some people go between eye exams.  Reasons range from busy schedules to financial considerations but this post covers some of them.  So to borrow from Jeff Foxworthy, “It might be time for … Continue reading

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7 Common Eye & Vision Myths

As an eye doctor, I like to think that I know a lot about the eyes.  And I like to think that I know a lot about vision, as they are not one in the same. But I always find … Continue reading

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If you build it, will they come??

So we’ve finalized a name and logo (thank you again, Heather) and we’ve officially opened our Sports Vision Center for business.  To promote this new service we’ve done radio and print ads offering free sports vision screenings during June and … Continue reading

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Be Careful With “get the red out” Drops

  Most of you are aware of the different drops available to help reduce the redness of your eyes:  Visine, Clear Eyes, etc..  But are you aware of the potential side effects from overuse of these drops? These drops belong … Continue reading

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