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How LASIK Can Give You 20/20 Vision in the Year 2020

It’s finally the year 2020 and one can only imagine this year will come with incredible insight and a clear focus. But if you’ve become accustomed to having less than perfect eyesight, that crystal clear vision of the new year may be hard to imagine. As you’re making your New Year’s Resolution list, consider adding… Read More »

  • Posted on: Jan 15 2020
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Blepharitis: What You Should Know

Blepharitis is a common eye condition with around 200,000 new cases diagnosed in America every year. But first things first, what exactly is blepharitis? Blepharitis is the term for chronic inflammation or infection of the eyelids and eyelash follicles along the edge of the eyelid. Fortunately, blepharitis is not contagious but it can affect patients… Read More »


Keamy Q&A Lipiflow

Keamy Q&A: Dry Eyes? Lipiflow Could be Your Answer! LT: Dr. Keamy, I’m hearing a lot about dry eye these days. Perhaps because the cold weather exacerbates the condition or because an aging population is more prone to it? Why don’t you shed some light on this issue? JK: You’re right, Laura, cold weather and… Read More »


5 Tips for Preventing Dry Eyes in Colder Temperatures

Your skin isn’t the only thing that gets drier when the temperatures start to drop. Your eyes may also be drying out due to colder temps and inclement weather. During the wintertime, air inside and outdoors tends to be drier. This lack of moisture can cause irritation to your eyes as well as dryness, itching,… Read More »


Full Range of Vision and Astigmatism Correction is Now Possible with The PanOptix and PanOptix Toric Trifocal Cataract Lens

Today’s cataract patient wants to have it all. Before Alcon’s PanOptix and PanOptix Toric trifocal lens, multifocal lens and monodical lenses could only correct near, intermediate, or distance vision. The patient had to decide which vision range they wanted to correct. Does the patient favor the distance vision needed for driving, watching TV, or any… Read More »


Trifocal Q&A

LT: Hi, Dr. Keamy. I understand you just returned from a product launch event in San Francisco. I want to hear about it, so let’s get started. JK: That’s right, Laura, I was at an event for a trifocal cataract lens, the first of its kind and, wow, it is fantastic! It provides a full… Read More »


Lash Extensions vs. Latisse

See Which Option is Better For Thick, Lucious Lashes Eyelash extensions are certainly having a moment. Who doesn’t want full, voluminous lashes? That being said, you can also achieve beautiful, lush lashes using Latisse. Latisse is the only FDA-approved eyelash treatment to help grow longer, fuller, and darker eyelashes. So which one is better? We’re… Read More »



“The Last Years” Accepted to the Shawna Shea Film Festival

Dr. Jean Keamy of Keamy Eye & Laser Centre, is please to announce that her first movie “ The Last Years” was accepted to the Shawna Shea Film Festival. Keamy produced and directed the film. Two film students Colin Gosselin and Josh Van Batenburg both of Northbridge, Ma filmed and edited the movie. The documentary… Read More »


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Seeing Smoke: 4 Things Nicotine Can Do to Your Eyes

Having a cigarette in your mouth may make you feel like you’re part of a real-life western, but that cigarette smoke can also be damaging to your vision. Whether you smoke or you hang around a lot of second-hand smoke, this article will take a closer look at a few different conditions that your nicotine… Read More »








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