Blog Articles

Why Are My Eyes So Teary?

Your eyes have become excessively watery and the condition is more than a nuisance as you’re unable to focus properly. Here’s a look at what may be behind your teary eyes and how we can help bring you relief.
May 4th, 2022

Understanding the Dangers of UV Light

You already understand the dangers of sun exposure when it comes to your skin, but did you know that the sun’s ultraviolet rays can also damage your eyes? Here, we explore the connection.
Apr 6th, 2022

How Diabetes Can Impact Your Eye Health

To say that diabetes can impact your eye health is an understatement given that diabetic retinopathy is the leading cause of blindness in adults in the United States. And the problem is only getting worse.
Mar 9th, 2022

Who’s at Risk for Macular Degeneration

Currently, around 11 million people in the United States have macular degeneration, but this number is expected to double by 2050. Why the huge increase? It largely comes down to age.
Jan 3rd, 2022

Headaches, Vision Loss — It Might Be Papilledema

Headaches on their own are very common, but when you develop head pain alongside vision loss or disturbances, this could signal something quite serious, such as papilledema. Here’s what you should know.
Nov 15th, 2021

Itchy, Swollen Eyelids? It Might Be Blepharitis

Your eyelids are red, swollen, and itchy and you want to know why. While there are many possible causes, we explore one here — blepharitis — to help you better narrow down the potential culprits.
Oct 13th, 2021

3 Treatment Options for Glaucoma

Glaucoma is the leading cause of irreversible blindness in the United States, which makes treating the eye disorder before it robs you of your vision very important. Thankfully, there are several effective treatment options.
Sep 10th, 2021

Can You Avoid Cataracts?

Many of the risk factors tied to cataracts are out of your control, but there are a few that you can focus on to prevent or slow the vision-robbing eye disease. Here, we explore how you can stay one step ahead of cataracts.
Aug 18th, 2021

The Link Between Eye Health and Headaches

Most everyone experiences a headache from time to time, but ongoing problems with head pain deserves closer attention. Here, we explore whether your headaches may be related to your eye health.
Jul 16th, 2021

What Every Diabetic Should Know About Eye Health

Diabetes is a chronic and systemic disease that can lead to some very serious complications in many areas of your health, including your eye health. Here’s a look at how diabetes can affect your eyes.
Jun 29th, 2021

Benefits of Obagi for Sun-Damaged Skin

Sun damage is one of the leading culprits in a range of skin problems from premature aging to discoloration. Here are some of the benefits of Obagi for healthier, younger looking skin.
Mar 3rd, 2021

Signs of a Corneal Condition

In many ways, the eyes are the windows to your health, making routine eye exams vital. A comprehensive eye exam evaluates your eye health and can detect problems like corneal conditions.
Feb 12th, 2021

What Causes Headaches with Vision Changes?

Headaches can strike at the most unexpected time, and when they accompany abrupt changes to vision, it can spark concern. Seeing an eye specialist is one of the best steps you can take to get answers and treatment.
Jan 26th, 2021

What Causes Dry Eye and What Are My Treatment Options?

Do your eyes feel dry, irritated, and gritty? You may be one of the millions of Americans who have dry eye, a common eye condition that can lead to blurry vision. Find out what causes this widespread eye issue and how to relieve your symptoms.
Nov 4th, 2020

5 Tips to Avoid Contact Lens-Related Eye Infections

Contact lenses are convenient but must be cared for correctly. Many contact lens wearers admit to at least one practice that increases the risk of developing an eye infection. A few easy tips may help prevent contact lens-related eye infection.
Oct 16th, 2020

Who’s at Highest Risk of Developing Glaucoma?

The best way to prevent glaucoma is with routine eye exams — even when you don’t have symptoms. Eye exams to prevent vision loss are essential if you’re at high risk for glaucoma. Read on to learn about the risk factors.
Sep 15th, 2020

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) And Eye Health

Health At the office of Suburban Eye Associates, we continue to closely monitor all developments related to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) and follow every protocol for the safe delivery of care.
Apr 1st, 2020


Have you noticed your vision getting worse over time? Are you constantly getting a new, higher prescription for your lenses? These can be signs of a progressive eye disease called keratoconus. At t the office of Suburban Eye Associates, we can help!
Mar 1st, 2020

Eye Exams

Your eyesight is precious. So it’s important to see an ophthalmologist for a comprehensive eye exam as recommended. At the office of Suburban Eye Associates, we provide a complete range of services to protect ...
Feb 4th, 2020

Conjunctivitis and Pink Eye

When you are looking for professional care to protect the health of your eyes and the quality of your vision, it can be confusing as to which specialist provides the type of care you require.
Jan 28th, 2020

Dry Eye

Are you experiencing a burning or itching sensation in your eyes? Do your eyes often feel heavy and dry? If any of these ring true, you may be suffering from dry eye disease. If so, at the office of Suburban Eye Associates we can help!
Jan 7th, 2020

Women’s Eye Health & Safety Awareness Month

April is Women’s Eye Health & Safety Awareness Month — a time when vision specialists across the U.S. make a special point to educate women about the steps they can take today to help preserve vision in the future.
Jan 3rd, 2020

Treating Corneal Abrasions

When a corneal abrasion occurs, it is important to contact the office of Suburban Eye Associates for timely care. A corneal abrasion or “scratched cornea” is one of the most common injuries seen by eye doctors.
Dec 17th, 2019

Correcting Refractive Errors

Did you know that more than 150 million people in the United States alone wear some form of corrective eyewear to correct refractive errors? Whether you are nearsighted, farsighted, have astigmatism or ...
Nov 9th, 2019

All About "Pink Eye"

If one or both of your eyes are looking a little red, you may be suffering from a case of conjunctivitis, also referred to as "Pink Eye." As one of the most common and treatable eye ailments in both children and adults, conjunctivitis may be due to viral
Oct 13th, 2019

Pediatric Eye Care

At the office of Suburban Eye Associates we provide comprehensive vision care for children of all ages. Eye care is an essential part of every child’s overall health and development.
Sep 9th, 2019

Diabetic Eye Exam

If you have diabetes, you may be at risk for certain eye conditions. At t the office of Suburban Eye Associates, we recommend that you come in for regular diabetes eye exams to help prevent vision loss.
Aug 19th, 2019

Lasik and Refractive Surgery

If you are ready to get rid of your corrective lenses and glasses for good, ask us at the office of Suburban Eye Associates if LASIK may be right for you. The LASIK procedure is the most common type of refractive surgery.
Jul 9th, 2019

Aging Eyes

As everyone knows, the health of your eyes is essential to your overall function and quality of life. Yet despite the desire to ward off the effects of aging, much like everything else in the body, your eyes and vision are not immune ...
Jun 9th, 2019