Seventh annual Jay Pepose ’75 Award in Vision Sciences from Brandeis University Announced

Posted by: Pepose Vision Institute in Pepose Info on April 11, 2016

University of Rochester professor to receive seventh annual Jay Pepose ’75 Award in Vision Sciences Leading vision researcher David Williams, whose pioneering use of adaptive optics has improved the effectiveness of laser refractive surgery, the design of contact lenses and enabled the imaging of single cells in the living retina, will receive the seventh annual […]

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The Wall Street Journal Discusses the KAMRA Inlay

Posted by: Pepose Vision Institute in KAMRA on March 29, 2016

We’ve been talking about the KAMRA inlay for a few months now, ever since Pepose Vision became the first to offer it in the bi-state area.  The KAMRA Inlay is an easy procedure that can greatly reduce your reliance on reading glasses.  We have many incredibly happy patients. This week the Wall Street Journal discusses […]

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Should I Use Eye Drops for Contact Lens Pain?

Posted by: Pepose Vision Institute in Contacts on March 22, 2016

Some contact lens wearers experience eye pain after removal for a variety of reasons but most commonly due to a lack of oxygen through the lens, dryness, or from an inappropriate fit.  If you’re experiencing pain please come see us so we can evaluate your eyes both when the contact lenses are in and out […]

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March is Workplace Eye Wellness Month

Posted by: Pepose Vision Institute in Eye Care on March 4, 2016

The human eye is often taken for granted. While people are accustomed to eating healthy foods and receiving the proper amount of exercise, many rarely consider their vision health. When it comes to our eyes, it is most important to protect the eyesight we have been given. During Workplace Wellness Month, Pepose Vision reminds everyone that […]

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Patient questions …

Posted by: Pepose Vision Institute in Retina on February 10, 2016

I have beginning macular degeneration. Is there a certain type of dark sunglasses I should wear to protect my eyes? There is no definitive scientific evidence that any particular type of sunglasses can protect against the development or progression of macular degeneration (a breakdown of tissues in the back of the eye).  However, we do […]

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