1. How to Take Care of Your Eyes Every Day

    There is nothing like our eyes. Our eyes are unique, and unquestionably both important and complex. Taking care of them is a must. However, caring for your eyes goes beyond avoiding sticking your finger in them or not looking into lasers or the sun. Just like other parts of our body, there are things we can do everyday to help keep our eyes healthy and our vision strong for years to come — no ma…Read More

  2. What is Cataracts?

    Cataracts and other eye conditions, such as glaucoma, are familiar words to those who have elderly friends or family members. However, what do these conditions really mean for us and for the elderly loved ones in our life. Read more about glaucoma and stay right here to learn about the basics of cataracts.  Cataracts: What You Need to Know Cataracts is a vision condition caused by a clouding of t…Read More

  3. What is Glaucoma?

    Welcome back to the Crescent Eye Care blog! Our vision is something that we can often take for granted until we can’t see like we used to. For this reason, it’s important to be proactive about our eye health. Like in our last blog “5 Foods That Can Help Your Vision,” there are many things you can do to help keep your eyes healthy. However, another thing you can do is to make regular eye ex…Read More

  4. 5 Foods That Can Help Your Vision

    Your eyes are one of the most important parts of your body that you need to maintain, yet they are often ones that we neglect until issues start occurring with them. If you are like us and you are thinking about them constantly though, you might be wondering all the ways in which you could potentially protect them from damage. One of the ways that you could is by eating food that helps protect you…Read More

  5. 5 Eye Symptoms You Shouldn’t Ignore

    According to the World Health Organization, around 1.3 billion people have some type of visual impairment. Fortunately, however, 80 percent of these cases are preventable. And the first step in preventing visual impairment is to make people more aware of the symptoms of various types of eye conditions. Regular eye exams are also very important for detecting eye conditions before they damage vision…Read More

  6. My Eyes Are Dry. What Should I Do?

    Are your eyes feeling itchy, dry, and making you feel miserable? There are a few reasons why you might be fighting dry and itchy eyes. However, during the winter time, in most cases, you are most likely experiencing the issues that come with the season change. Today, we on the Crescent Eye Care blog, we are going to give you some tips for keeping your eyes comfortable despite the winter seasonal w…Read More

  7. 3 Things Your Eyes Need In the Winter

    Hello and welcome back to the Crescent Eye Care blog! Winter is coming even to Charleston and with it the need to remember to care for our eyes. Especially if you don’t wear glasses or contacts, it’s easy to forget about these little sensory organs that do so much for us. To keep them in tiptop shape we need to be mindful of the wear and tear that the winter months can put on our eyes. Stay tu…Read More

  8. 5 Essential Nutrients for Healthy Eyes

    5 Essential Nutrients for Healthy Eyes Welcome back to the Crescent Eye Care blog! When it comes to eye care and health, it’s easy to think that you have your bases covered when you regularly visit the optometrist in Charleston. However, there is more to caring for your eyes. Today, we are going to talk about how to support the health of your eyes by what you eat. For your eyes to remain healthy…Read More

  9. 3 Healthy Habits for Everyday Eye Care, Part 4

    Welcome back to the Crescent Eye Care blog! If you’re just joining us, we have been looking at ways you can improve your eye and vision health by practicing healthy habits every day. Be sure to read parts one, two, and three along with today’s conclusion to our blog series. As your trusted Charleston eye care team, we are devoted to offering our patients insights for protecting the health of t…Read More

  10. 3 Healthy Habits for Everyday Eye Care, Part 3

    Welcome back to our blog! Your eyes are at risk of infection and injury on a daily basis, which is why making small changes to your everyday routines can help you take care of your eyes and vision. In parts one and two of this blog series, we have offered several useful tips for incorporating healthy habits into your daily routines to ensure the health of your eyes. Below are a few more healthy ha…Read More