5 Ways to Look at Healthy Vision

It’s never too early to take the long view when it comes to protecting your vision. The National Eye Institute has designated May as Healthy Vision Month1 to encourage people of all ages to do the best things possible to protect their eyes for a lifetime of good vision. At Colorado Ophthalmology Associates of Denver,…

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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT AGE-RELATED MACULAR DEGENERATION

Vision dimming in the center of the eye, dark spots in the vision, or blurry vision are all signs of a serious eye condition called age-related macular degeneration (AMD). This is the leading cause of blindness in adults aged 55 and older. In order to raise awareness of the dangers of potential vision loss, the National…

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GLAUCOMA AWARENESS MONTH

Seeing the beauty of each new day and the precious faces of our loved ones are some of the privileges of life that we may take for granted. Our vision is worth protecting and that’s why the National Institute of Health (NIH) has declared this month to be Glaucoma Awareness Month. Of the 332 million people…

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CORNEAL DISEASES UNDER THE MICROSCOPE

The cornea is the clear outer layer of the eye and it works hard filtering out dirt, some ultraviolet (UV) rays, and other invaders from reaching the eye. But when the cornea is compromised, infected or diseased, prompt care from the certified ophthalmologists at Colorado Ophthalmology Associates of Denver, CO, is crucial to maintain the…

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WHAT LASER VISION CORRECTION CAN DO FOR YOU

Do you dream of throwing your contacts out the window? Are you tired of your glasses making your nose sore? Wondering if LASIK is right for you? There could be relief in sight with laser vision corrective surgery. The decision to get laser eye correction can be an easy one when you consider the benefits…

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SPORTS EYE SAFETY MONTH: PREVENT BLINDNESS & INJURY

With the start of the new school year comes a surge in sports participation. Athletes in soccer, softball, football, basketball, tennis, volleyball, skiing, track, wrestling, hockey, lacrosse and more are ramping up for a competitive year. Whether they are 5 or 50, these athletes need proper eye safety training and equipment to prevent serious eye…

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