Mandel Vision October Newsletter

MV In Focus Logo_No Background_1October Highlights

At Mandel Vision, we’re committed to your eye health.  In this newsletter, you’ll find the latest news in eye health and laser vision correction.

 

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October is Eye Injury
Black Eye-Mandel Vision Health Tips_0Prevention Month
Did you know that ni
earing safety goggles? For some situations, such as construction work, it’s clear that goggles are a must. But, it’s also important to protect your eyes from injury when playing contact or ball sports and during home improvement projects.  You only have one pair of eyes, keep them safe!

Contact Lens Update  

Acuvue Advance Contact Lenses_DiscontinuedJohnson and Johnson has discontinued the Advance brand of Acuvue contact lenses. This includes Acuvue Advance for Astigmatism.  If you are currently wearing this brand of contact lens, please call us to schedule a fitting with a comparable lens so that your wearing schedule is not interrupted.


This Week’s Eye Health Tip
Exercise Daily_Health Tips_Mandel VisionExercise regularly! Along with the obvious overall health benefits of exercise, it also improves blood circulation which increases oxygen input to the eyes and the removal of toxins.

 


New on the Blog
Eye Conditions that Affect Us as We Age
Life is one big adventure
Knowledge is power!  With that in mind, the focus of this blog is to educate patients about those eye conditions that often come with age.  It’s important to note that although these conditions affect older patients, that doesn’t mean that they can’t also affect younger patients. Some are even congenital, which means they are present from birth.
Read the full blog post here.

 

 

 

 

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Eric R. Mandel, M.D. | Mandel Vision | 212-734-0111 | drmandel@mandelvision.com | www.mandelvision.com

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