At the Kansas City Eye Clinic we are closely following the recommended guidelines from the CDC, KDHE, and AAO for COVID-19. We will send out a reminder of your appointment and call to confirm the day prior to the appointment. Since we have limited appointments in our clinic, we will be charging a $30 late… Read more »
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From the American Academy of Ophthalmology: Written By: Beatrice Shelton Edited By: Andrew George Iwach, MD Feb. 05, 2019 If you were hoping that CBD, or cannabidiol, would offer a natural glaucoma remedy, the latest research is a downer. A new study suggests that CBD doesn’t lower eye pressure, it raises it. That’s bad because high eye pressure is the… Read more »
We will be closed the following business days to give our employees time with their families. As always, we have a doctor on call for emergencies. If you need a prescription refill, please call your pharmacy. If you have a true medical emergency, please go to the ER.
Halloween is always a favorite at the clinic. This year’s theme was Favorite Baseball Movie. Can you guess the movie? And then not baseball related…but which movie is this?
Join us for National Sunglasses Day on Wednesday June 27, 2018. We are giving away a new pair of polarized Tory Burch Sunglasses! To win, you must like this post on our Facebook page. We are also holding a workshop from 9:30-10:00 am that day for you to learn about how to make your sunglasses… Read more »
Wednesday June 27th is National Sunglasses Day! Sunglasses keep your eyes healthy by protecting them from harmful UV rays. To prevent UV-related eye damage, sunglasses should become part of each day’s “out-the-door” routine. UV damage is cumulative, occurring over a lifetime of exposure. Children are extra vulnerable, so get them in the habit of wearing… Read more »
KC Eye Clinic and Zeiss are excited to bring our patients the latest in laser vision correction. What is SMILE? SMILE is the latest in laser vision correction for myopia (nearsghtedness), providing LASIK-like outcomes in a minimallyinvasive procedure. A laser is used to create a thin contact-lensshape layer just beneath the surface of the… Read more »
Written by: Linda Apeles and Ruth Mugalian Reviewed by: Rahul Khurana MD, Raj K Maturi MD, Rebecca J Taylor MD Oct. 27, 2016 Ophthalmologist Turns Science Fiction Into Science Fact Father-of-four Terry Byland was just 37 years old and was falling for his wife-to-be Sue when he began having problems seeing at night. His vision worsened and… Read more »
July 8, 2016 – All services restored July 7, 2016 – Please email us at email@example.com. We apologize but our phones have been out all day due to the storm. We have been working all day with our phone company to get it repaired. TBD if they will be working tomorrow. You can also send… Read more »
Patients with low vision, either from childhood or developed later in life from Macular Degeneration or Glaucoma, have many options when it comes to finding an assistive device to help with daily activities. First, patients usually undergo Low Vision Rehabilitation where they can learn how to use their remaining vision with their daily activities. At… Read more »