Summer Eye Tips

With summer around the corner, the eye doctors at Visual Health would like to remind everyone of the importance of eye safety. Whether it is sun damage or an eye injury via contact sports, the summer season brings potential hazards you must be aware of. In this blog...

What Are Eye Floaters?

Everyone sees them from time to time: tiny black or gray spots, specks or lines in their vision. Known as eye floaters, these small spots and specks usually cause no harm to your vision. But in very rare cases, they can signify a serious eye problem. In this blog...
What is a Cataract?

What is a Cataract?

A cataract (Latin for waterfall) is a clouding of the lens in the eye which leads to a decrease in vision. Cataracts often develop slowly and can affect one or both eyes. Symptoms may include faded colors, blurry vision, halos around light, trouble with bright lights,...
Pterygium

Pterygium

What is a pterygium? It is a growth that starts on the white part of the eye and goes over the cornea (clear part of the eye). What causes it? It is caused by ultraviolet rays from the sun. How do we treat it? If it’s small, not growing, not bothering the...
Never Off-Duty

Never Off-Duty

The last Wednesday and Thursday of each July is a national holiday for me and my family. It is the Florida’s sport divers mini lobster season, a two-day jump on the commercial harvest of Florida lobster. This past July my family along with my brother and his family...