June 19, 2017Summer is officially here in Kansas City! Take a look at this helpful infographic for some great tips and facts about the importance of protecting your eyes from the sun's harmful UV rays.
May 23, 2017We are so excited that our very own Dr. Wongs is featured on the cover of this month's Healthy KC issue! The article gives a quick inside look at how Dr. Grinestablished one of the most trusted eye care clinics in Kansas City and over the past 28 years, has helped thousands of patients live life to their fullest potential by providing the most comprehensive and compassionate eye care.
April 03, 2017Spring is in the air here in Kansas City…and so are the allergies that come with it. Along with those beautiful spring blooms comes an increase of pollen, mold and other allergens that have many of us carrying around a box of Kleenex wherever we go.
February 28, 2017You may have seen our previous post about the OrCam. For patients with central vision loss due to AMD (Age Related Macular Degeneration) or other causes, the OrCam can really help regain a sense of independence. Especially when the ability to read has been lost.
February 20, 2017Did you know that ARMD (Age Related Macular Degeneration) is largely drive by genetics? Although our genes do not absolutely dictate whether we get the disease or not, they do heavily influence our chances of developing ARMD. At Grin Eye Care we have the option to use genetic testing to help to see the likelihood of progression of your ARMD if you already have been diagnosed.
February 13, 2017Did you know that the foods you eat can help to prevent macular degeneration? In particular, brighter foods and green leafy vegetables can help to protect your eyes. In our Leawood office, we have the potential to check your macular pigment optical density.
February 06, 2017February is National Age Related Macular Degeneration awareness month. Most of us know a friend or family member with ARMD. It is the leading cause of vision loss in older adults in the US. Although there is no great cure, there are treatments, and these treatments definitely work better when the disease is caught early.
February 03, 2017Join us as we celebrate National Women Physician Day in honor of Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell, the first woman to graduate from medical school and receive a medical degree in the United States. Dr. Blackwell paved the way and opened the door for women to pursue adoctorate degree--and a career--in medicine, a path that had been previously accessible to men alone.