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Is LASIK Surgery Right For You?

To treat visual issues, including nearsightedness and farsightedness, LASIK surgery utilizes a laser to reshape the cornea, or the outer part of the eyeball. It allows many individuals to avoid Read More

Common Eye Injuries

Our eyes are exposed to potential damage every day. Eye injuries vary from minor scratches to severe eye damage. Those with an eye injury in Columbia, SC, should immediately visit Read More

Back to School Glasses

It is important to make sure your child is outfitted with the correct glasses before returning to school. If your child needs a new prescription for glasses before school starts, Read More

7 Signs You Might Have Eye Cataracts

As you age, you become more susceptible to certain eye conditions, including cataracts. Nearly half of all individuals over 60 get diagnosed with this condition. Cataracts make the eye lens Read More

How Do UV Rays Affect Your Eyes?

The eyes are composed of sensitive tissue, making them particularly susceptible to conditions caused by overexposure to UV light. At Dr. Dorothy Park & Associates, we have years of experience Read More

Different Types of Contact Lenses

You may rely on contact lenses to see clearly. There are many varieties of contact lenses available, and the best one for you will depend on your condition and your Read More

Why It Is Important To Get Regular Eye Exams?

The Importance of Regular Eye Exams from Dr. Dorothy Park & Associates When was the last time you had an eye exam? If the answer is more than one year ago, Read More

What is Keratoconus?

If you believe you are suffering from keratoconus, it is essential to visit our optometrist for effective treatment. We have treated many patients here at Dr. Dorothy Park & Associates Read More

Eye Twitching

Is your eye twitching becoming a nuisance to your daily life? Visit us at Dr. Dorothy Park & Associates in Columbia for proper treatment. Our team is committed to providing Read More

What Is Pink Eye?

Pink eye (conjunctivitis) is an inflammation and irritation of the eyeball's outer membrane. This causes the eye to turn red or pink, which is a sign of conjunctivitis. Since bacterial Read More

Importance of Sunglasses

See and Look Your Best with Prescription Sunglasses When most people think of sunglasses, they envision high fashion and style. However, prescription sunglasses from Dr. Dorothy Park & Associates in Columbia, Read More

Polarized Glasses

Polarized Glasses Polarized glasses reduce glare and protect your eyes when you are outdoors, especially if you perform activities around water or snow. Dr. Dorothy Park & Associates in Columbia, S.C., Read More

Glaucoma Treatment Options

Are You Concerned About Glaucoma? If you're like most of our patients, even though you enjoy living in Columbia, the second-largest city in South Carolina, you like a bit of small-town Read More

Importance of Sunglasses During Winter

The Importance of Sunglasses During Winter While most people typically associate wearing sunglasses with the summertime, it is equally essential during the winter months. Many eye experts agree that during the Read More

Orthokeratology

Orthokeratology Many people who rely on glasses or contact lenses to see correctly find it to be a hassle. Some people choose LASIK surgery to see correctly. However, not everyone is Read More

Keratoconus Treatment From Dr. Dorothy Park & Associates

Keratoconus: Cause Unknown, Treatment Essential Keratoconus is a condition in which your cornea becomes thinner and begins to bulge. It affects your sight and can make it difficult to see. In Read More

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