About Our Vision Blog

At Clewner & Kelly Eye Center, we are passionate about educating our patients about conditions that impact their vision and eye health. Our blog features in-depth answers to some of our most frequently asked questions and offers helpful information about the services our Boca Raton, FL ophthalmologists provide. From cataract surgery and dry eye treatment to vision testing and more, learn how specialized vision care can help improve your quality of life.

Why Do I Have Pink Eye All of a Sudden?

Our Team | 01/09/2023

Pink eye, or conjunctivitis, has multiple causes, including allergies, environmental irritants, viruses, and bacteria.


Meet The Doctor Helping Patients Restore Their Youthful Appearance

Our Team | 12/12/2022

Dr. Myers has helped countless people through BOTOX®, dermal fillers, and laser skin resurfacing. Learn about his years of experience and skill here.


Can Poison Ivy Cause Pink Eye in Adults?

Our Team | 11/14/2022

Poison ivy can cause symptoms that are similar or identical to pink eye, including itching, swelling, redness, and inflammation.


Can You Get Rid of Eye Floaters Without Surgery?

Our Team | 10/11/2022

Eye floaters may be normal and harmless, but various nonsurgical strategies exist to deal with them.


What is Astigmatism and How Can it Be Corrected?

Our Team | 09/23/2022

Astigmatism is an abnormal curvature of the eye, and it can be treated via glasses, contact lenses, or surgical vision correction systems.


Here's How to Safely Flush Debris From Your Eye

Our Team | 08/13/2022

If debris gets stuck in your eye, stay calm, follow proper hygiene protocols, and keep the following eye-care tips in mind for a safe solution.


What Eye Color Options do I Have With Contacts?

Our Team | 07/24/2022

Contact lenses offer multiple benefits, including the chance to try out a new eye color.


What Are the Risks of Laser Iridotomy?

Our Team | 06/12/2022

Laser peripheral iridotomy is safe and effective, though risks include discomfort, inflammation, visual disturbances, and sensitivity to light.


Will Dry Eye Syndrome go Away on its Own?

Our Team | 05/14/2022

Unfortunately, dry eye syndrome will not go away without treatment. But we’re here to help you with a personalized treatment plan.


How to Treat Your Conjunctivitis

Our Team | 04/23/2022

Conjunctivitis can be very uncomfortable and contagious, though we can treat this external eye condition with antibiotic eye drops.


How to Get Relief From Spring Eye Allergies

Our Team | 03/13/2022

Our eye care strategies offer relief from allergic conjunctivitis, so seasonal allergies won’t stop you from enjoying a lovely, sunny spring.


What Eye Drops Can I Use After Cataract Surgery?

Our Team | 02/05/2022

After cataract surgery, we will prescribe you antibiotic and anti-inflammatory eye drops for improved healing and comfort.


Are Blue Light Glasses the Solution for Your Eye Strain?

Our Team | 01/11/2022

Solutions like blue light glasses can help reduce eye strain and fatigue. Learn all about blue light during a comprehensive vision exam at our clinic.


Will Cataract Surgery Give me 20/20 Vision?

Our Team | 12/04/2021

Cataract surgery can treat symptoms like blurry or cloudy vision. See how this procedure can lessen your dependency on visual aids like contacts.


How is Dry Eye Syndrome Treated?

Our Team | 11/11/2021

Dry eye syndrome is treated in many ways, including via the LipiFlow® system, which unclogs the vital glands that keep your eyes hydrated.


What Does a Vision Test Determine?

Our Team | 10/14/2021

People should have a vision test at least every two years, and Boca Raton, FL residents should schedule theirs at Clewner & Kelly Eye Center today.


Five Common Habits That Can Harm Your Vision

Our Team | 08/31/2021

Sitting too close to the television or computer screen can cause poor vision. Discover more eye care tips from our ophthalmologists in Boca Raton.


At What Stage Should My Cataracts be Removed?

Our Team | 07/31/2021

Laser cataract surgery can improve symptoms like cloudy vision and fading colors. Learn when you should see an ophthalmologist for cataract removal.


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