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EYE-Q Cares: Holiday Edition

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We’ve spent the last 60+ years being the leading eye care provider in the Central Valley, and in that time, we’ve always valued community. At EYE-Q, we pride ourselves in being a valuable resource and want to give back to the community that has given so much to us—and this holiday season is no different.

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Life-Changing LASIK Surgery Made More Affordable with Flex Spending Funds

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Many people are unaware that you can use your FSA and HSA dollars for LASIK eye surgery.We’re passionate about helping our patients see clearly without the need for glasses or contacts, so we’re going to tell you everything you need to know about using these accounts towards LASIK at EYE-Q Vision Care. LASIK eye surgery […]

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EYE-Q Honors Our Vets

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Our dedication to supporting veterans through vision screenings and community involvement is something in which we take a great deal of pride. Several of our doctors are veterans themselves, including Dr. Richard Moors, who served three years as a flight surgeon in the United States Navy and Dr. Thomas Shute, who served as a flight surgeon in the U.S. Air Force for four years.

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Diabetic Eye Disease Awareness Month

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November is Diabetic Eye Disease Awareness Month, which aims to increase awareness about eye diseases that can be caused by diabetes. Did you know that people with diabetes are at higher risk for blindness and vision loss than those without diabetes? Diabetes can affect your eyes in multiple ways, from blurred vision to diabetic retinopathy. […]

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4 Times You Should Be Protecting Your Eyes

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Did you know that experts have reported that more than 90% of all eye injuries could have been prevented by wearing goggles or simply taking more precaution? Don’t fall victim to avoidable eye injuries. Here are some examples of times and circumstances that warrant some extra eye protection. Doing Yard Work Particularly when mowing the […]

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