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EYE ON VISION: GLAUCOMA AWARENESS MONTH

HAPPY NEW YEAR! Optometric Physician Dr. Brandon J. Wuzzardo presents South Jersey Eye Associates “Eye on Vision” for January. January is Glaucoma Awareness Month. Glaucoma is a leading cause of irreversible vision loss and blindness in the United States. With glaucoma typically having no symptoms in its early stages, early detection through a comprehensive dilated […]

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EYE ON VISION: SAFE TOYS & CELEBRATIONS AWARENESS MONTH

EYE ON VISION. Optometric Physician Dr. Russell W. Chappius III presents South Jersey Eye Associates “Eye on Vision” for December. December is Safe Toys & Celebrations Awareness Month. With about 1 in 10 children’s eye injuries coming from toys, South Jersey Eye Associates encourages everyone to choose gifts that are age-appropriate for children, avoiding those […]

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EYE ON VISION: DIABETIC EYE DISEASE MONTH

Optometric Physician Dr. Brandon J. Wuzzardo presents South Jersey Eye Associates “Eye on Vision” for November. November is Diabetic Eye Disease Month. Diabetic eye disease refers to eye problems that people with diabetes may face as a complication of the disease. In fact, diabetes is the leading cause of blindness in the United States for […]

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EYE ON VISION: HALLOWEEN EYE SAFETY MONTH

Optometric Physician Dr. Russell W. Chappius III presents South Jersey Eye Associates “Eye on Vision” for October. October is Halloween Eye Safety Month. To ensure that your family enjoys a vision-safe Halloween, follow these safety tips from Dr. Chappius: Avoid costumes with masks, wigs, floppy hats or eye patches that block vision. Refrain from pointed […]

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EYE ON VISION: Healthy Aging Month

Optometric Physician Dr. Brandon J. Wuzzardo presents South Jersey Eye Associates “Eye on Vison” for September. September is Healthy Aging awareness month, which was designated to encourage all of us to take charge of our well-being as we age. That includes taking care of our vision. As Dr. Wuzzardo says, “birthdays happen.” Vision changes are […]

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Eye on Vison: Children’s Eye Health & Safety Month

Optometric Physician Dr. Russell W. Chappius III presents South Jersey Eye Associates “Eye on Vison” for August. August is Children’s Eye Health & Safety awareness month, and with the start of the new school year right around the corner, there is no better time to bring your child in for a comprehensive eye exam. Contact […]

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An Eye-Opening Lift Now Available at SJEA

Your eyes can be uplifted, thanks to Upneeq, the only FDA-approved prescription eyedrop for acquired ptosis (low-lying lids). Now available with a prescription from your doctor at South Jersey Eye Associates, a daily drop of Upneeq® (oxymetazoline hydrochloride ophthalmic solution), 0.1% can lift your upper eyelids and open your eyes, as demonstrated in the photos below […]

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Recycle Your Contact Lenses? It’s as Easy as 1-2-3

South Jersey Eye Associates can help you make proper contact lens recycling a part of your routine. Our office is now participating in the Bausch + Lomb ONE by ONE Recycling Program, where any used blister packs, top foil, and lenses can be recycled, no matter the brand. Just drop them off in the recycling bin […]

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Protect Their Eyes From Blue Light

blocking blue light

Families are experiencing even more time on their screens, whether it’s for work, school, or entertainment. This increase in time on computers, tablets, or phones increases their exposure to blue light. The eye care professionals at South Jersey Eye Associates are concerned that overexposure to blue light may 
contribute to digital eye strain and are […]

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11 Years of Helping Our Community School Nurses

While this school year has been anything but normal, our dedicated team at South Jersey Eye Associates has tried to keep things as normal as possible, continuing our tradition (11 years running) of distributing complimentary contact lens care kits to the nurses at area schools. Poor lens care can sometimes lead to eye infections and […]

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