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Illinois Eye Center Announces the Opening of its New Pekin Office

Posted by Illinois Eye Center on Sep 23, 2020 9:00:00 AM

Illinois Eye Center is proud to announce the opening of our new Pekin location to expand our services and to help even more people in our community! 

 

Illinois Eye Center has been providing comprehensive eye care to thousands of Central Illinois families for more than 60 years. From the very first day, patient experience has been our number one goal. Every member of our Illinois Eye Center team works to meet that goal by responding to each of our patients’ individual needs as quickly as possible. Throughout the years, we have expanded our list of services and renovated our offices to provide the best eye care possible. Now we are excited to offer a wide variety of personalized eye care services in Pekin, IL.

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Topics: Eye care, Routine Eye Care

9 Bad Habits That Can Ruin Your Eyes

Posted by Illinois Eye Center on Aug 26, 2020 9:00:00 AM

You might be surprised to learn that some little habits can have a big impact on the health of your eyes. In fact, some habits can contribute to discomfort, pain, and even vision loss. Identifying these bad habits – and making an effort to break them – can help save your vision.

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Topics: Eye care, Routine Eye Care, EyeCareToday, Eye Safety, Eye Health

Time for Back to School Eye Exams!

Posted by Illinois Eye Center on Aug 12, 2020 9:00:00 AM

Kids take a lot of tests during their years at school, but they take one of the most important exams before they ever step foot in a school – their kindergarten vision exam. In fact, Illinois law requires that children entering kindergarten and kids enrolling in public, parochial, or private school for the first time undergo a comprehensive eye exam. The purpose of kindergarten eye exams is to give every child the best advantage possible when it comes to learning. Back to School Eye Exams ensure that a child’s vision has not changed over the years.

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Topics: Eye care, Routine Eye Care, Children's Eye Care

Is Blue Light from Electronic Devices Bad for My Eyes?

Posted by Illinois Eye Center on Jun 10, 2020 9:00:00 AM

People are becoming increasingly aware of the effects of light pollution, especially as it relates to the health of their eyes. Many consumers are concerned about blue light emitted from electronic devices. In fact, many retailers offer blue light screen protectors that promise to shield eyes from the effects of blue light.

But is blue light really that harmful?

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Topics: Eye care, Routine Eye Care, EyeCareToday, Eye Safety

5 Ways to Keep Your Eyes Healthy in Your 20s and 30s

Posted by Illinois Eye Center on Jun 3, 2020 9:00:00 AM

Taking good care of your eyes is important during childhood, of course, because that is when your eyes and your vision are developing. Proper eye care is essential to prevent age-related sight problems, such as age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and cataracts, when you get older. But what about when you are in your 20s and 30s?

If you are like most young adults in this age range, your eyes are probably in good overall health – you might even have perfect 20/20 vision, with or without the use of eyeglasses or contact lenses. By taking the right steps to maintain good eye health, you may expect great eyesight for the next decade or longer.

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Topics: Eye care, Routine Eye Care, EyeCareToday, Eye Health

Does Staring at a Screen All Day Hurt Your Vision?

Posted by Illinois Eye Center on May 13, 2020 9:00:00 AM

The average American spends about seven hours a day on a computer, either at home or on the job. Especially during these uncertain times where many of us are working from home, we are spending more time than ever on our screens. Not only are we doing work on our screens, but we are also participating in meetings virtually, meeting with friends virtually, taking class virtually, and depending on our screens for entertainment during the COVID-19 pandemic. Many worry about what all that screen time will do to their eyes.

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Topics: Eye care, Routine Eye Care, EyeCareToday, Eye Health

5 Tips for Saving Your Vision During Save Your Vision Month

Posted by Illinois Eye Center on Mar 18, 2020 9:00:00 AM

Held every March, Save Your Vision Month is a great opportunity to learn more about protecting your eye health.

Approximately 12 million people aged 40 and over have some form of vision impairment that prevents them from seeing as well as they should. About 1 million American adults are blind, and 3 million still have vision impairment even after correction with glasses, contacts, or other treatments. Another 8 million people have uncorrected refractive errors, such as nearsightedness (myopia) and farsightedness associated with age (presbyopia).

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Topics: Eye care, Routine Eye Care, EyeCareToday, Eye Health

Same Day Eye Care at Illinois Eye Center: EyeCareToday!

Posted by Illinois Eye Center on Mar 2, 2020 9:00:00 AM

Whether you are looking for immediate care to address acute/urgent eye conditions or want to find a reliable, eye doctor for routine vision exams - Illinois Eye Center’s Peoria office has got you covered with EyeCareToday, an initiative designed to provide same day eye care when you need it most.

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Topics: Eye care, Routine Eye Care, EyeCareToday

Children's Eye Health and Safety: 3 Back-to-School Eye Care Tips for Kids

Posted by Illinois Eye Center on Aug 15, 2018 9:10:00 AM

Our kids so often learn by looking. From following along as their teacher writes words on the board to soaking in the delicate brush strokes of Monet and Renoir, the littlest people in our lives see the world in a very special way. 

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Topics: Eye care, Routine Eye Care, Children's Eye Care, EyeCareToday, Eye Safety, Eye Health

Routine vs. Medical Eye Exams – What’s the Difference?

Posted by Illinois Eye Center on Dec 6, 2017 8:02:00 AM

Insurance companies usually categorize visits to your eye doctor as either “routine” or “medical.” But understanding the difference between the two can get a little confusing. 

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Topics: Eye care, Routine Eye Care, EyeCareToday

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