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Patient Profile: From NoMi to NoGlasses

I’m often flabbergasted while watching a film, like- have trees always been this beautiful??! I live in northern Michigan where we have stunning views of water and winding roads where I can now see details I had never seen before– bugs on flowers, branches on trees across the horizon– the world is truly a stunning and beautiful place.

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3 Reasons Why Monovision Is The Real Deal

Monovision works by having your eyes set to different prescriptions—one eye set for near vision, and the other set for distance. This allows you to have seamless, uninterrupted vision as you move about your day.

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Menopause and Dry Eyes: A Surprising Connection

Menopause isn’t just the Red Hat society and forgetting your car keys. Sometimes it can lead to surprising physical symptoms—beyond the obvious. Dry eye can happen to anyone, but moving from one stage of life to another can make women more susceptible to this condition. 

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Top 5 Reasons to Wear Sunglasses

You’re exposed to sunlight more than you think – let’s take a deep dive into the world of sunglasses, and why they’re important for more than just fashion accessories

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Dr. Rautio’s Solutions to Dry Eyes

As an optometrist specializing in the treatment of dry eye diseases (DED), I have found that screening for and treating the associated Meibomian Gland Dysfunction (MGD) has led to significant improvement in patient comfort and long-term resolution of their condition….

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Can Treating MGD Treat Your Dry Eyes?

Meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD) could be one of the most common chronic eye problems of which you’ve never heard. To start, though, you should probably know a little bit about the glands themselves. The Meibomian glands are sebaceous glands, or…

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Sitting Down with Dr. Rautio

We’ve added a new member to the Laser Eye Institute team recently, Dr. Jeffrey Rautio, OD. To celebrate, I sat down with Dr. Rautio over a cup of coffee, and asked him a few questions about his unique perspective on…

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