GIVE THANKS FOR GOOD VISION By Dr. Lisa Bennett, Ophthalmologist at Madison Medical Eye Care with offices in Mequon & Saukville, Wisconsin

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November 7, 2019

Most of us pretty much take our vision for granted but maintaining good vision does take some effort on your part. You should be sure to have a complete eye examination with dilating drops at least every two years.  If you have diabetes, then you should come in every year.  We generally see glaucoma patients every six months.  Warning signs that would warrant an immediate eye examination include eye pain, light sensitivity, blurred vision, and loss of side vision or an increase in floaters.

You may have good vision but what about your relatives or neighbors?  If you are starting to think about holiday gifts, consider something that would make their lives easier.  They probably have enough “stuff” but might really benefit from a ride to the store, doctor’s appointment or just an outing for some fun.  There are options, although limited, to get around if you don’t drive in Ozaukee County.  But the loss of freedom is pretty distressing to many seniors who can no longer drive due to impaired vision or other medical problems.

The above is just something to reflect upon during the Thanksgiving holiday season.  And while you are at it, don’t forget to schedule those eye appointments for yourself and your family!  Remember that we provide advanced medical and surgical eye care for patients of all ages including complete eye examinations, contact lens fitting, LASIK vision correction and small incision cataract surgery. We are certainly thankful for all our wonderful patients at Madison Medical Eye Care and wish a joyous Thanksgiving holiday to one and all.

Dr. Lisa Bennett practices comprehensive ophthalmology at Madison Medical Eye Care in Mequon & Saukville, Wisconsin with Dr. Martha Jay and Dr. James Ivanoski. She welcomes patients of all ages into her practice and accepts most insurance plans. Dr. Bennett specializes in medical and surgical eye care including small incision cataract surgery, LASIK vision correction, macular degeneration, dry eyes, glaucoma and more.

For more eye care information, call 262-241-1919 or visit www.MadisonMedicalEyeCare.com.

 

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