1. 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

  2. 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

  3. 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

  4. 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

  5. Eye Emergencies – What You Need To Know

    In a study conducted by the University of Michigan, it was found that nearly one in four visits to the emergency room for eye-related traumas could have been seen and treated by an eye doctor — which makes it clear that your first level of emergency eye care should come from your local Alexandria ophthalmologist.   Eye care, especially when it’s an emergency, evokes fear and anxiety of the un…Read More

  6. Vision Milestones Throughout Life

    There are milestones throughout people’s lives — walking, first teeth, going to preschool, dreading middle school, driving, turning 21, metabolism slowing down at 30, realizing you’re in a mid-life crisis when you purchase a Corvette. Whatever milestones you’ve passed so far, and others that you’re looking forward to passing, there are certain eye-related milestones as well that you shou…Read More

  7. Digital Eye Strain Symptoms

    Do you get to the end of the day and feel like lasers have been pointed at your eyes all day? If you’re like many people and spend your time working in front of a computer, sending texts on your phone during lunch, checking Facebook during breaks, and watching TV at home, exposure to all of these electronic devices can be a huge strain on your eyes. In fact, according to a survey completed by Th…Read More

  8. Most Common Eye Ailments

    When you grow up without ever needing glasses, it’s easy to think that you’ll never run into other eye conditions. However, just because your vision doesn’t change enough to where you need glasses, there are still several other eye ailments that could occur as you age or due to certain health conditions. But what are common eye conditions that can happen to anyone? By visiting an eye doctor …Read More

  9. 8 Ways to Take Care of Your Eyes

    Many of us head to the doctor when we’ve had a bad cold for a couple of days, but it takes years for us to schedule an appointment with an ophthalmologist. Typically, unless there’s something significantly wrong, we shrug off any discomfort and put the blame on staring at a computer at work all day or forgetting the sunglasses at home. But taking care of our eyes may be more important than you…Read More

  10. Your Eyes: A Biological Breakdown

    As we age, parts of our body become overused and begin to break down. This doesn’t mean that you misused your body in any way, sometimes sections of our anatomy break down faster than others. Also, just because your body ages, does not necessarily mean that you yourself are aged. Due to the advances in modern technology, it is possible to repair body parts that are aging rapidly. For example, if…Read More