1. Eye Health and Vision FAQ

    Our eyes are an organ that are often taken for granted. We spend long hours at work staring at computers, not eating as well as we could, not wearing safety glasses while working in the shop, or sunglasses on sunny days — all of these things can either affect how your eyes feel or their actual health. Whether you have been wearing glasses or contacts since you were 10, if you just started experi…Read More

  2. The Benefits Of Scheduling An Annual Eye Exam

    Most of us know how important it is to see our doctor and dentist each year. Maybe you are even one of those people who schedule a teeth cleaning every six months. Just as it is critical for you to see your family physician and dentist each year, you should also be visiting your eye doctor annually. Unfortunately, many people neglect the health of their eyes. They assume that since they can basica…Read More

  3. 5 Ways You Can Protect Your Eyes

    When it comes to your eyes, protection is key to long-term health. We all value the work our eyes do for us on a daily basis, but we often forget how important it is to carefully protect this important part of our body. As your local Alexandria eye doctor, our goal is to provide you with the eye care resources needed to ensure healthy eyes. If you are hoping to continue to enjoy good vision for ma…Read More

  4. How To Treat Dry Eye

    While dry eye might not sound like a serious condition, the reality is that for those who suffer from dry eye, it can be far more than bothersome. Medically referred to as keratoconjunctivitis sicca, dry eye is a condition in which you are not producing enough tears to keep your eyes comfortably lubricated. As your local Alexandria ophthalmologist, we invite you to reach out if you need help manag…Read More

  5. Difference Between an Ophthalmologist, Optometrist, Optician

    When all you need is a quick update to your glasses prescription, it might not matter whether you look for an eye doctor, ophthalmologist, optometrist, or optician; but when you need more specific eye care, to find the most relevant answer, it can make a difference. So what is the difference between all of these titles? Who do you need to make an appointment with when you need a basic eye exam, ey…Read More

  6. How to Care For Your Eyes During Winter

    Even though the weather in Alexandria doesn’t get too extreme during the winter, the cold, dry air and regular changes in temperature can wreak havoc on our eyes. And while everyone should be taking care of their eyes regardless of the season, it can be more difficult in the winter. The ophthalmologist Dr. Sina J. Sabet and his team of eye doctors want to ensure that all Alexandria residents are…Read More

  7. Dos and Don’ts of Contact Lenses

    Eye doctors everywhere cringe when they hear that their patients are wearing contacts lenses for longer than they should be worn or not cleaning them properly. Whether you have been wearing contact lenses for years, or if you are new to this type of eye care, it is essential that care is taken for both the lenses themselves and the eyes. Dr. Sina J. Sabet, an ophthalmologist in Alexandria, has see…Read More

  8. Can Lack of Sleep Cause Vision Problems? Learn Here

    After nights of not being able to sleep, do your eyes ever feel tired during the next day? A lack of sleep can affect us in a variety of ways, including a weakened immune system, it can cause us to gain weight, it can affect our mood, cause memory issues, and as you can feel the next day, it can affect your eyes. If you want to protect your eyes, get a full night's sleep and visit an ophthalmologi…Read More

  9. Refractive Errors: What Are They and How Are They Treated

    Refractive errors are actually fairly common, even though they often go by other names: myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism, and presbyopia. The one that stands out is probably astigmatism, right? We’ll go into detail about each further on in this post. Refractive errors are one of the most common eye conditions, along with cataracts, diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, and glaucoma. If you a…Read More

  10. What to Know About Age-Related Macular Degeneration

    The last fews blogs have been going over some of the most common eye conditions, and in this blog we’ll be discussing age-related macular degeneration. Other conditions we covered were open-angle and angle-closure glaucoma, cataracts, and diabetic retinopathy. Dealing with any of these eye conditions can be scary, but with the guidance and compassionate treatment from Dr. Sina, your local Alexan…Read More