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Macular Degeneration

If you or a loved one has macular degeneration, you know how frustrating it is. There is no cure and causes are environmental and genetic. There are habits recommended by The American Macular Degeneration Foundation that can help ensure healthy eyes. Do not smoke Eat fruit and plenty of leafy green vegetables, such as kale […]


Suntan Lotion For Your Eyes

You put suntan lotion on your skin when you go out in the sun for the day, right? Well if you believe that suntan lotion protects your skin from harmful UV, you should be putting on blue light-blocking eyeglass lenses when at the computer! Blue light is the wavelength that is adjacent to UVA, they […]


How To Improve Your Habits to Healthy Eyes in 2017

We are constantly using our eyes – work, school, watching T.V., reading a book… When we are relaxing we are still using our eyes.  So take time to improve your habits to healthy eyes. Eat foods that are good for your eyes…Important vitamins, minerals & antioxidants found in foods can strengthen your eyesight. To mention a […]


Specs 4 Us

Specs 4 Us is a frame line designed to accommodate and fit the features of children and adults with Downs Syndrome, as well as, other individuals with unique facial features. This innovative eyeglass design includes a bridge which is adjusted to properly fit a low nasal bridge and temples (or “arms” of the glasses) which […]


Digital Eye Strain and Blue Light

What’s the Damage? According to The Vision Council report, 65% of Americans now suffer from digital eye strain, which is characterized by dry and irritated eyes, blurred vision, headache, and neck and back pain. Furthermore, recent research indicates that prolonged exposure to the blue light emanating from digital screens may result in serious eye health issues, […]


A Thankful Thanksgiving

With all of the hustle and bustle of everyday life, it’s not very often that I have the opportunity to truly reflect on all of the wonderful people in my life and all of the amazing opportunities that have been strategically put in my life’s journey. During this Thanksgiving season, I am especially thankful for […]


Congrats to Dr. Tucker!

It’s with honor I share with you Dr. Ashley Tucker’s recent accomplishment in completing her Fellowship of the Scleral Lens Education Society. This is simply the most recent accolade, but Dr. Tucker has consistently sought to learn and grow to better serve her patients for years. After completing optometry school, she extended her formal education […]


Treatment of Myopia without Surgery or Glasses

Nearsightedness is now considered an epidemic in the United States, having increased 66% in the United States since 1971. And the projections for the next generations are astounding. So what is myopia and why is it increasing? In general, myopia, also known as near-sightedness, causes minor blur when looking at a distance, to having extremely […]


What is Presbyopia?

There’s a visual phenomenon that occurs for all humans during their 40s that is often very difficult to accept and adjust to, particularly for people who have had excellent vision all of their lives. The condition, called presbyopia, occurs when the intra-ocular lens (lens inside of the eyeball) gradually becomes less flexible. Typically, the purpose […]


25 Years of Practice for Dr. Ann Voss

My staff of 20 treated me to a celebration of my 25 years in practice yesterday with a surprise luncheon, gifts, flowers, and recollections from the past 25 years. I am truly grateful to have my amazing teams from Bellaire Family Eye Care and the Vision Learning Center to serve and work with on a […]