Mandel Vision Newsletter ~ In Focus ~ June 2018 Highlights

Mandel Vision Newsletter ~ In Focus ~ June 2018 Highlights

Mandel Vision explores UV safety, the dangers of rubbing your eyes and some of the most frequently asked questions after LASIK surgery in our latest IN FOCUS newsletter.

June is UV Safety Month!

Ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun can cause damage to the eyes, as well as the skin.

Wearing sunglasses with a UV 400 filter can help protect your eyes from those harmful rays and from developing future eye conditions.

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Polarized sunglasses_Mandel Vision Health TipThis Week’s Featured Eye Health Tip

Polarized sunglasses may be your best bet while driving.

Sunlight can reflect off the road and other surfaces which can create glare.  This can make driving conditions challenging and sometimes dangerous.  Polarized sunglasses reduce or eliminate glare which is why they are the recommended type of glasses for daytime driving.  It’s also critical that your sunglasses have a protective coating with UV400 protection.

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LASIK 411

Post-LASIK Eye Surgery FAQ’s

In blog 2 of a 2-part series, we explore the most frequently asked questions about LASIK eye surgery from our patients.  This blog focuses on the LASIK FAQ’s we hear from patients after (post) LASIK eye surgery with Dr. Mandel at our Manhattan LASIK center.

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The Dangers of Rubbing Your EyesNew on the Blog

The Dangers of Rubbing Your Eyes

We’re all guilty of rubbing our eyes occasionally.  It’s a natural reaction to itchy eyes, particularly around allergy season.  It may seem harmless, but persistent eye rubbing can cause some potentially dangerous eye conditions, and should be avoided.

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