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  • Get An Eye Exam This New Year

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    Planning for your health in the new year starts with identifying potential concerns and developing a strategy. A key part of your strategy to stay healthy and active is focusing on your eyes and vision. By working with The Eye...
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    What is a Stye?

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    What is a Stye? Stye is a term generally used by the public to refer to a small localized lump, swelling or inflammation of the eyelid. Medically, a stye is differentiated into hordeolum (stye) or chalazion. Hordeolum is an inflammation...
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    All About Tom Ford Eyewear

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    Tom Ford is one of the leading designers in fashion eyewear for 2017.  His style embodies the old classic look with a new modern twist on fashion.  For instance, the new Tom Ford Snowden Wayfarer is a black frame that is...
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    Do I have Glaucoma?

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    Glaucoma is an eye disease that slowly robs you off your sight. Although, glaucoma is one of the leading causes of blindness in the United states, half of the people who have glaucoma are unaware of their condition. Glaucoma is...
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    Cross-Eyed?

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    Strabismus, or crossed eyes, is a condition where one or both eyes turn in, out, up, or down. The turn may occur all or only some of the time, such as when someone is tired or after prolonged close work....
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    Do I Have Presbyopia?

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    In our early to mid 40’s, most all of us start to notice difficulty reading up close.  This is a natural  aging change in the eye called presbyopia.  The crystalline lens inside the eye loses its’  flexibility, which makes focusing up close...
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    The Eye Institute

    Good Looks is now The Eye Institute.

    Thank you for visiting GoodLooks. We’re now part of The Eye Institute family. You can still visit us in the same North Raleigh location or check out one of our other two offices in Raleigh or Knightdale. Learn more on the “Locations” page on our website.

    We look forward to seeing you again soon!