October 31, 2020Fall is one of the most beautiful times of the year. Temperatures start to cool down, and the summer hordes have already disbanded. Many people immediately associate this season with time well-spent outdoors.
October 20, 2020Here at Grin Eye Care, we are supported by a passionate and dedicated team of eye care experts. Our new pediatric ophthalmologist, Dr. Broxterman is committed to taking exceptional care of patients seeking care for their children’s vision needs. Learn more about our pediatric services at Grin Eye Care and get to know the experienced doctors who serve you.
September 30, 2020Cortical visual impairment (CVI) is a type of vision impairment that originates from the brain rather than the eye. CVI presents when the brain’s visual centers suffer damage, injury, or have structural abnormalities.
August 14, 2020Do your parents have cataracts? Are you worried about your eye health? Cataracts can be a very serious and costly issue. If anyone in your family has had cataracts, you know how difficult they can be. If you are worried about getting cataracts, then you can be relieved. There are simple lifestyle changes that you can make to prevent cataracts.
August 3, 2020Your eyes play an important role in your overall health. Therefore, many steps should be taken to ensure that your eyes are protected. Your eyes help you see shapes, colors, and manage the light signals that keep your body running properly.
June 30, 2020UV, or ultraviolet light, is a type of electromagnetic radiation that is produced by the sun, and by other manmade sources like tanning beds and welding torches. You can’t see it, but it can be extremely damaging to not only our skin but our eyes too. There are three types of UV light. UVC gets destroyed by our atmosphere before it can reach us and can cause us harm. However, UVB and UVA penetrate the Earth’s atmosphere and pass through it intact. Here are a few of the key facts that you need to know about UVB and UVA.
May 30, 2020Contact lenses are one of the most popular and effective solutions for refractive eye errors with more than 45 million people choosing them to correct their vision. Contact lenses work by changing the way that light passes through the eyes, ensuring that refractive errors are corrected, and patients can see clearly without blurriness or distortion. However, since they are placed directly on the surface of the eyes, it is imperative that your contact lenses are completely clean and handled with care. This responsibility starts with you.
April 30, 2020Any change in vision or sudden problem with the eye requires immediate professional help, particularly from an ophthalmologist. Eye emergencies can potentially cause permanent vision loss if they are not assessed and treated right away. So, how do you know if an injury warrants prompt medical attention?
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.