March 31, 2020Thursday, March 19th officially marks the first day of Spring! While you may be excited about the approach of warmer weather and longer days, for those who suffer from allergies, spring also marks the start of weeks or months of unpleasant and potentially debilitating symptoms.
We are still at your service and will be available to triage all urgent issues, as well as to help you with routine matters during this challenging time. We've temporarily adjusted hours of operation at our Leawood location. If you have an urgent issue, please contact our office at 913.829.5511.
February 25, 2020Is your job putting your eyes at risk? You may not realize it, but many jobs—even those that seem fairly safe such as sitting at a desk all day—could potentially be hazardous for your eyes. In fact, you’d probably be astounded to know that 10,000,000 Americans visit an eye doctor each year due to problems they are experiencing as a result of computer use. Unsurprisingly, there are also other jobs that present a much more obvious risk to your eyes, such as gardening, woodworking, welding, working with chemicals and others.
December 30, 2019Here at Grin Eye Care, we are supported by a passionate and dedicated team of eye care experts. Our LASIK surgeons, Dr. Grin and Dr. Wongs are committed to taking exceptional care of patients seeking laser vision correction surgery. Learn more about LASIK surgery at Grin Eye Care and get to know the experienced surgeons who perform the procedure.
November 8, 2019There are many options when it comes to correcting vision. Glasses, contact lenses and laser surgery are all ways to enjoy clear, comfortable vision. With all of the options available, it can be difficult to decide which is best for you and your eyes. The trusted doctors at Grin Eye Care have put together some helpful information to help guide you in the right direction to achieve clearer vision.
October 14, 2019The nights are drawing in and that can only mean one thing—the scariest night of the year is just around the corner. With Halloween freakishly close, you are almost certainly thinking about costumes. You may have even decided who or what you are going to be already! Transforming your body is one thing, but when it comes to changing the appearance of your face, you may be reliant on masks, makeup or both. Our eyes are extremely sensitive and easily irritated by foreign objects, including some cosmetics. If your chosen costume requires makeup—particularly if it is around your eyes—there are a few health and safety tips that you should follow.
September 24, 2019According to the American Journal of Infection Control, 3 million school days are missed annually in U.S. public schools due to acute conjunctivitis, also known as “pink eye.” In recognition of September’s Children’s Eye Health Month, the doctors at Grin Eye Care want to remind parents and educators how to identify and prevent the spread of pink eye in the classroom.
September 17, 2019More than three million Americans are living with glaucoma—an ocular condition which, if not treated, can lead to irreversible blindness. Glaucoma is a result of an accumulation of pressure inside the eye which then damages the optic nerve—the communication highway that sends messages between our eyes and brain. When the optic nerve becomes damaged, one can experience a range of unpleasant and even painful symptoms, before their sight is irreparably compromised.