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Brimhall Eye is Virtual

Brimhall Eye is Virtual!

Award-Winning Care. Adapted For Coronavirus. Feeling “stuck at home”? Use this time to learn about what our Vision Correction options are while safely “social distancing” at home. When this all passes, you will be prepared to live your life FREE from glasses and contacts. We are now offering FREE Virtual Consults! We can discuss your Refractive … Continued

Knowing what is Pupil Dilation

All About Pupil Dilation

The dark circles at the centers of your eyes are called pupils. They are openings in the middle of the irises and let light enter your retinas so you can see. It’s normal for your pupils to change size depending on the amount of light they’re exposed to. However, pupils can also dilate—become large and … Continued

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COVID-19 Update

Welcome to Brimhall Eye.Award-winning care. Coronavirus safe*. Coronavirus has changed our world, and we have changed our practice patterns in response. Telemedicine! You may not even need to leave the safety and comfort of your own home. We do telemedicine consults where appropriate. Some types of evaluations require an in-person exam. If you do need … Continued

Do eye floaters go away

Do Eye Floaters Go Away?

If you have had eye floaters, then you know the frustration that floaters can cause. Floaters are the little pieces of material that float across your eyesight. If you have them then you’re probably wondering, do eye floaters go away, and how do I get rid of them. The good news is they do go … Continued

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Presbyopia: Corneal Inlay Breakthrough

If you suffer from presbyopia, you may use reading glasses or contact lenses to help improve your vision. However, new developments in corneal inlay implants can actually correct your vision and restore your eye’s vision. Read on to discover the benefits of undergoing corneal inlay implants surgery. What is Presbyopia? Presbyopia is a vision imperfection affecting adults from the age … Continued

Know how to protect your eyes from the sun with sunglasses

How to Protect Your Eyes This Summer—Sunglasses Advice

Summer is here—whether you like it or not! With summer comes more time spent in the sun. What does that mean for your eyes? We all know that wearing sunglasses can protect your eyes, but are all sunglasses created equal? Hint: They aren’t. Here are 7 things to remember when choosing your summer shades, and … Continued

Couple enjoying a beautiful vision

9 Facts about Love (and Your Eyes)

It’s the most romantic time of the year yet again; Valentine’s Day is here and that means it’s time to snuggle up to the one you love and rediscover all the reasons you appreciate him or her. But have you ever stopped to consider why you feel the way you do? Sure, your partner is … Continued

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Always Feel Tired? Get More Sleep!

Why do I always feel tired? A question a lot of us are asking. If you’re like a whole lot of Americans, getting more sleep was likely on your list of New Year’s resolutions for 2016. And while your motivations for packing in some additional Zs might vary, chances are, you just feel a whole lot … Continued

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A Stocking Full of Interesting Eye Facts

This time of year, you’re likely admiring all the wondrous holiday sights your eyes allow you to see, from beautifully bedecked Christmas trees to holiday light displays to brightly wrapped presents. The holidays would be a whole lot different without your great vision, so be thankful for it! And take a minute to learn a few interesting … Continued

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Keep Your Eyes Healthy Through the Winter Months

While sleigh bells start to ring and halls begin to get decked, the weather is turning colder, drier and, well, your eyes might be feeling it. And while you might love walking in a winter wonderland, you might notice that your eyes don’t. Sure, our desert doesn’t see many winter blizzards, but your eyes will still likely notice the change … Continued

Closer look of beautiful brown eyes

Fact: Contact Lenses Are Making You Look Older

If you wear contact lenses, chances are, one of your biggest motivators for getting lenses was the promise of looking younger without your bulky eyeglasses. If that’s the case, you might be pretty bummed about a recent study published in the Aesthetic Surgery Journal finding that contact lens wearers tend to look older over time. To … Continued