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  • How Often Should You Visit Your Local Optometrist?
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  • Dry Eye Help
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  • Glaucoma
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  • How to Find the Right Eyeglasses for You
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  • Cataracts
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  • Eyeglasses and Frames FAQs
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  • The Optometrist's Role in Treating Glaucoma
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  • Common Symptoms of Pink Eye
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  • Understanding Eye Allergies and the Triggers
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  • When To Go in for an Eye Exam
    When To Go in for an Eye Exam When it comes to optometry services near Kirkland and Renton, you can't do better than Eye and Contact Lens Center. Dr. Golitz and Read more
  • Preventing Eye Strain
    Preventing Eye Strain Whether you are working, playing on your computer, or reading a good old-fashioned hardcover book, preventing eye strain is key to the enjoyment of your favorite activities. The Read more
  • How to Treat Myopia
    How to Treat Myopia Myopia is also called nearsightedness. This eye condition is extremely common, and several treatments can correct the vision of most people who have it. If objects that Read more
  • Contact Lenses for Dry Eyes
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