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Father’s Day

For those who don’t know me so well, I am quite bah humbug when it comes to greeting card holidays.  I don’t know why really, but I usually roll my eyes when Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, and Father’s Day roll … Continue reading

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My most colorful posting to date…

I have a request from a reader named Kindle who is wanting some information on eye color genetics for a term paper.  So although I don’t consider myself an expert in eye color genetics, I hope these links to other … Continue reading

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Are you part of this club?

The No Rub Club…I just made that up but if you’re like the majority of contact lens wearers today, you use disposable lenses and some brand (or non-brand) of “no rub” multi-purpose disinfecting solution. But I’ve found that too many … Continue reading

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The Brief History of Eye Glasses

It’s difficult to fathom how far spectacle lenses have come from the earliest days 1,000 years ago to the modern day.   Here is an interesting post describing how spectacle lenses evolved.  Thanks to Dr. Facchiano’s website!   The Brief History … Continue reading

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The EyeWorks Difference

One of the reasons I decided to start this blog was to hopefully give people some insight in to some behind the scenes aspects of our practice.  EyeWorks is not exactly one of a kind, but our type of practice … Continue reading

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One year in Keene and counting…

It was this Tuesday a year ago that I walked in to EyeWorks ready to see my first patient and the past year has really flown by.  I experienced a very mild summer, which the locals complained that there was … Continue reading

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My Last Patient Before Lunch…

The most interesting cases seem to always come in right before lunch or right before we close.  Such was the case with Chelsea’s dog, Todd.  This little guy was bitten by a feisty labrador last night and needed some attention. … Continue reading

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Color Vision Deficiency

I had a patient come in today, a 33 year old helicopter pilot who requested a color vision test as part of his eye exam.  We don’t normally do color vision testing, mainly because even if you detect it, there’s … Continue reading

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They call me Dr. Prism

It was about 6 months ago and I was still very new to the optometric scene in Keene.  That meant a light patient schedule and extra time to devote to “practice management” or internet surfing as I like to call … Continue reading

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It Never Fails…

Just when you feel like the staff is rounded out and couldn’t function together any better…subtract one.  But it never fails, start bragging too much about it and it’s sure to change. Over the years I’ve been involved in hiring … Continue reading

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