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Enjoy blade-free LASIK at Jacksonville Eye Center

Patients who are tired of wearing prescription eyeglasses and dealing with the struggles of contact lenses may begin to seriously consider the benefits of certain vision treatments available at Jacksonville Eye Center. Our team not only provides LASIK treatment to improve vision permanently, but we are one of the few practices in the area that… Read More »


What to Expect Before and After: Cornea Transplant

The cornea is the clear, window-like part of your eye. It helps focus light into your eye, enabling you to see clearly. When it is damaged in any way, your vision becomes blurry or distorted. If the damage is too severe, a corneal transplant might be the only way to get your vision back. A… Read More »


What is the Kamra inlay?

Patients who deal with the inability to read without reading glasses may want to find a way to free themselves from dealing with eyeglasses to enjoy their favorite activities. In situations such as this, our team at Jacksonville Eye Center may recommend the placement of the Kamra inlay. What is the Kamra inlay? Dr. Robert… Read More »


March is Workplace Eye Wellness Month

Data provided by the CDC shows that more than 2,000 people sustain an eye injury while on the job every day. Welding equipment causes around 15,000 eye injuries every year. Power tools are second on the list, as they are responsible for about 10,000 injuries. These numbers point to an alarming fact: not enough has… Read More »



How to address farsightedness

Farsightedness is a condition that can occur that results in blurred vision with items that are close up and clearer vision with objects that are further away. This condition affects over 14 million American adults in the United States. Also known as hyperopia or “hyperopic vision,” this condition can be easily addressed with corrective lenses… Read More »


What Are Intraocular Lenses and Who Is a Candidate for Them?

Cataracts are one of the most common diseases throughout the US, affecting over 24 million people. As a result, cataract surgery has become a common procedure, with thousands of patients undergoing it every day. And while thick glasses used to be mandatory after such a surgical procedure, these days, intraocular lenses are becoming the norm.… Read More »


January Is Glaucoma Awareness Month!

Glaucoma usually strikes with no warning. It can cause significant harm and impair your vision before you even notice that something’s changed. Thus, it is pivotal to learn as much about this condition as possible. There is no better time to do that than January — the glaucoma awareness month.   Here are the three… Read More »


What is nearsightedness and how is it corrected?

Your eyes play an important role in your everyday life. When problems arise, it can significantly impact your quality of life. Patients who have certain eye conditions, including nearsightedness or “myopia,” will want to speak to an eye professional to get a proper diagnosis and discuss treatment options. What is myopia? Myopia is a common… Read More »


FAQs about cataracts

At Jacksonville Eye Center, our team is here to help patients in achieving and maintaining good eye and vision health. This means knowing about certain conditions that can impact your vision or cause your eye to become unhealthy. One common condition seen in our practice is that of cataracts, and our patients often have questions… Read More »


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