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UV Damage and You

As the sun ramps up for the summer, it’s time to take a closer look at how you’re protecting your eyes from ultraviolet (UV) damage. Since May is UV Awareness Month, Colorado Ophthalmology Associates offers these tips on avoiding UV eye damage and how to choose the best sunglasses to help protect your eyes. What is...

How to Nip Spring Allergies in the Bud

With the fresh waves of spring’s new growth comes the dreaded eye allergy season. The misery that comes from red, itchy, watery eyes may have you rethinking your love of the great outdoors. How can you get ahead of spring allergies that can cause so much eye discomfort? Colorado Ophthalmology Associates offers tips for...

Intraocular Lenses Explained

Recently, ophthalmologists have been able to offer more and more options for specialized kinds of intraocular lens (IOL) replacements, giving you some control over how well you will see up close or far away, and if you will need to supplement with glasses. Intraocular lens replacements are most commonly used in...

The Link Between Diabetes and Your Eyes

While many people know that diabetes can affect your eyesight, few know that your ophthalmologist can be the first to detect diabetes by giving you a complete dilated eye exam. The eyes are directly linked to glucose levels in the body, and blood sugar that is too high for too long can often cause damage to the retina...

Stop Dry Eyes in Their Tracks

Dry eyes Tired, red, stinging, watery or itchy eyes can be a sign that you have dry eyes. Dry eyes can be an indication that your tears are inadequate or imbalanced. This can cause a condition that can become chronic. Nearly 5 million Americans suffer from dry eyes.1 If you’re one of them, start the New Year right by...

Potential Solutions for Vision Defects

It is said that the eyes are the windows to the world, but when you suffer from any vision defect or disease, your world may turn upside down as you will find it difficult to see things. Historically there were generally available options to correct vision problems including wearing glasses, contact lenses,...

Everything You Need to Know About Cataract Surgery

If your eye’s lens has become cloudy, causing your vision to become blurry, hazy and dulled, your ophthalmologist from Colorado Ophthalmology Associates has likely recommended cataract surgery. One of the most common procedures worldwide, cataract surgeries can help people who have been noticing increasing difficulty...

Everything You Need to Know About LASIK Surgery

Wondering about laser eye surgery in Denver? Tired of your contacts, glasses and not being able to see clearly? The answer to your vision challenges might be a refractive surgery, such as LASIK. LASIK surgery is a corrective surgery that allows people with nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism to see better. By...

Autumn’s Allergies and Your Eyes

Are you suffering from watery, red, swollen eyes? As the leaves fall, allergies flare up, causing eye irritation and discomfort for many people in the Denver and Lakewood, CO, region. At Colorado Ophthalmology Associates, we see our share of patients struggling with seasonal allergies during this time when all the...

Ocular Migraines & Retinal Migraines

Sometimes headaches or migraines are accompanied by vision issues which can be very disruptive to a person’s day. These ocular migraines usually fade rapidly and are often not a cause for alarm, but there are some cases when a migraine accompanied by visual disruptions—known as a retinal migraine—signals a much more...

Does My Child Need a Back-to-School Eye Exam?

What does your child’s school year look like? In-person, online at home, graduated returning, hybrid learning? No matter how your child is going to receive his or her education this year, clear vision is crucial to school success. Since being able to see properly can directly impact a student’s academic achievement,...

How We’re Protecting Our Patients During COVID-19

During this time of uncertainty resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, you may be wondering if it is safe to come to Colorado Ophthalmology Associates for routine care and emergent eye conditions. Rest assured, your good health is our top priority. We are actively working within some of the strictest guidelines to maintain...

PATIENT Reviews

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Matt Manganello
Matt Manganello
23:14 17 Jan 20
First time visiting today. Very impressed! Office and staff were both great! I showed up when asked and I was taken... back when my appointment was scheduled. Staff was very thorough with the exam. In house optician was great as well. Large selection of frames.read more
Thea Jaworski
Thea Jaworski
14:33 16 Jun 18
Christine in the optical dispensary is wonderful! She has confident and trustworthy suggestions for frames that will... look great on you, and she's so kind and personable.read more
Ms. Jones
Ms. Jones
06:01 28 Mar 17
Sean Colgan
Sean Colgan
16:22 09 Mar 16
Great customer service! When my new lenses were bothering my eyes, they worked hard to make it right, even eventually... cutting new ones.read more
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