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The Most Common Cause of Dry Eye: Blepharitis

  Few things are as frustrating as dealing with dry eyes. There are several causes for dry eyes, including staring at your phone or computer screen for too long, the wind blowing in your eyes, and seasonal allergies. Do your eyes dry out often? Not sure what’s causing your eyes to dry out? You may… Read More


How Can Diabetes Affect My Vision?

People who have diabetes are at an increased risk of developing vision issues. If you have diabetes, you should get your eyes regularly checked. Scheduling an appointment with an eye doctor at least once a year can help you catch early signs that your vision may be affected by your diabetes diagnosis. Learn more about… Read More


What Causes Bloodshot Eyes?

Red or bloodshot eyes can occur for several different reasons, from allergies to corneal ulcers. Even the appearance of bloodshot eyes varies. You may notice pink or red lines in the sclera—the white area of your eyes. It’s also possible for the entire sclera to appear a shade of pink or red. Bloodshot eyes may… Read More


Benefits of PRK Eye Surgery

Picture this, you’re just about to head out of the house so you do a quick check to make sure you have everything you need. But when you arrive you realize you forgot something—your glasses/contacts. If you’ve felt that frustration before, then it’s time to consider what PRK eye surgery can do for you. Here… Read More


Coronavirus and Your Eyes

There is a lot that is still unknown about the coronavirus.  One thing we do know is that pink eye can be a symptom of the coronavirus.  And, we know that the coronavirus and pink eye have some similarities. An Eye Related Symptom of Coronavirus – Pink Eye Pink eye is another term for conjunctivitis. … Read More


Dry Eye After LASIK

Dry eye is one of the most common side effects that post LASIK patients experience during healing. Most doctors who work with LASIK patients will prescribe eye drops to help with eye lubrication during healing. The length of time that lubricant eye drops need to be used can vary. Lubrication drops are usually recommended for… Read More


What You Should Know Before Enhancing Your Eyelashes

Everyone wants to look their best and today there are more ways to enhance your appearance than ever before! Your eyes are an important part of your looks, so naturally, people want to enhance their appearance. Today there are ways to enhance your eyes that can last a few hours, a few weeks, as well… Read More


Your Watery Eye Could Be Telling You Something

One reason for an eye that tears could be lack of oil in the Basal tear film. The oil, called meibum, is secreted from the meibomian glands in the top and bottom eyelid. The meibum rises to the surface of the tearfilm and leaves a protective coating over the nutrient rich aqueous layer, thus preventing… Read More


Three Types of Tears

Take Our Dry Eye Self-Test! What are the types of tears? Did you know there are three different kinds of tears? Ever wonder what tears are made of? Most people don’t think there would be a variety of tears, and don’t often consider tears to be different. In fact, there are three types of tears:… Read More


The New Dry Eye Syndrome

Many of you have heard of Dry Eye Syndrome however did you know that the main cause of dry eye is Meibomian Gland Dysfunction? An amazing 86% of people with dry eye syndrome also have MGD. How do you know if you have MGD? That’s a great question. At Cleveland Eye Clinic, we are able… Read More


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Cataract patients now have an option to see at both near and far distances after cataract surgery! NEW multi-focal IOL technology can now decrease dependence on glasses after surgery.

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36505 Detroit Road
Avon, Ohio 44011

440-934-5816

Avon Pointe
Office

36991 American Way
Avon, Ohio 44011

800-875-0300

Beachwood
Office & Optical

25101 Chagrin Boulevard, Suite 150
Beachwood, OH 44122

Office Staff:  216-359-1734
Optical: 216-359-3002

Bedford
Office & Optical

320 Broadway Ave, Suite C
Bedford OH, 44146

440-439-2700

Brecksville
Office

7001 S. Edgerton Rd., Suite B
Brecksville, Ohio 44141

440-526-1974

Cleveland
Office & Optical

2740 Carnegie Ave.
Cleveland, Ohio 44115

216-621-6132

Elyria
Office & Optical

1180 E. Broad St.
Elyria, Ohio 44035

440-366-6969

Lorain
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1710 Cooper Foster Park Road W
Lorain, Ohio 44053

440-960-2020

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