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Custom Cataract Surgery Can Reclaim Your Lost Vision

Custom cataract surgery is one of the safest and most practiced surgeries in the world, and New England Vision offers more IOL options than any other practice in the region. But what exactly is an IOL? The Details of Cataract Surgery Before we can get into what an IOL is, it is necessary to understand… Read More


Exercise and Your Eye Health

There are many reasons that people exercise – increased energy, weight loss, and several additional benefits. But have you ever heard how regular exercise can keep your eyes on their A game? Here is how regular exercise is helping your vision! Living a sedentary lifestyle can put you at risk of developing conditions like cataracts,… Read More


3 Tips That Can Help You Decrease Your Risk Of Spring Allergies

With the long months of Winter coming to an end – we are all ready for it to be spring. But the rising temperatures also come with an increase of pollen and with that comes the negative side effects of spring allergies. You have probably found yourself, a victim, to spring allergies and the annoying… Read More


Reflecting on Last Year’s Missions Trip to Ecuador (And the Importance of Cataract Awareness)

Last year, members of our staff had the honor to work at a clinic in San Lorenzo, Ecuador, through the Latin American Missions Board. From March 4th to March 11th of 2017, Dr. Juli Larson, MD and technicians Jackie and Thu helped patients of all ages by performing eye examinations, cataract surgery, and strabismus surgery…. Read More


Why Do We Need Reading Glasses When We Age? (And How Raindrop Can Help)

As you get older, your eyes will naturally start to change. This can happen in a variety of ways, but one of the most common changes is caused by a condition known as “presbyopia”. This is generally what causes people to need reading glasses after the age of 40. What Is Presbyopia? When you’re younger,… Read More