Is Vision a Priority This Year for You

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It's 2020, and it's time to make vision a priority this year. What does that mean for you?

Actually, not as much as you might think.

Annual comprehensive eye health exams are the best thing you can do for your eyes, especially if it's been a while. A comprehensive exam actually is a window to your health, with many conditions showing early signs in your eyes.

Your lifestyle may have changed, and therefore so have your vision needs. Are you outdoors more often? On a computer or more screen time? Driving at night? It's difficult to self-evaluate if our vision is getting worse because we see the change slowly over time. Your eyes might be strained, you might need a specialized lens for your lifestyle, or it might be time for an update.

Schedule an appointment with us, and we'll make it easy for you!

Call us at 949-645-2250

David Greening David Greening, ABOC, BS(HONS) Ophth. Dispensing David is our resident optician, and has been in optics since 2002. He attained his Bachelor of Science degree in Ophthalmic Dispensing in Kent, England (2014). He has extensive experience, having managed his own practice for many years prior to arriving at Astorino & Associates Eye Center. He is a licensed American optician (ABOC) and is well-recognized for his quality of service, attention to detail, and patient care.

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