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Keamy Eye & Laser Centre
TearCare: In-office Dry Eye Treatment
If you’ve tried dry-eye drops, punctal plugs, and hot compresses with little success, or if you have stubborn styes, TearCare is a worthy option. The most common cause of dry eyes is meibomian gland blockage. The TearCare treatment takes in-office dry eye procedures further by removing the blockage, allowing the meibomian gland oil to flow again. TearCare is an open-eye treatment as the eyepiece sits outside the eye, allowing comfortable blinking during the procedure and relief for those with small eyes and styes. For more info, click here
Not a candidate for any of those IOLs? Dr. Keamy now offers extended range of focus lenses that can also fix astigmatism with the Vivity Lens. If you are not a candidate for a trifocal lens, as her if this might be an option for you.
Don’t let cataracts limit your lifestyle. There’s an IOL that’s perfect for you! Talk to Dr. Keamy about premium lenses. Book your appointment today!
Keamy Cosmetic Centre
Speaking of weddings, if you’re tying the knot, Dr. Keamy’s Bridal Beauty Plan is ongoing. Book your free consultation, develop a plan with Dr. Keamy, and save 20% on your - and your bridal party's!- treatments!
Give your eyes a lift! Keamy Cosmetic now offers a combination surgical/non-surgical eye rejuvenation treatment to address droopy eyelids and puffy under-eyes. Dr. Keamy tightens the upper lid in a minor surgical procedure and treats the undereye conditions with the Opus Plasma Calibri tip. See results here
Grilled Asparagus with Chili-Lime Butter
Asparagus is my favorite spring veggie! Nutritionally, asparagus delivers a healthy dose of vitamins A, C, folic acid, and fiber.
3 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted
1 teaspoon finely grated lime zest
½ teaspoon chili powder
¼ teaspoon cayenne
⅛ teaspoon red pepper flakes
1½ pounds thick asparagus spears ends trimmed
Salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste
Vegetable oil for the cooking grate.
If using a gas grill, cook the asparagus with the lid up. Use asparagus that is at least ½ inch thick near the base. If you are tempted to replace the butter with olive oil, you won't get the crisp nuttiness central to this preparation. In this case, go for the butter!
Combine butter, chili powder, cayenne, red pepper flakes, and lime zest in a small bowl. Brush asparagus with butter mixture, sprinkle with salt, and season with pepper to taste.
Heat the well-scraped and oiled grill to medium. Cook the asparagus, turning once, until tender and caramelized, 2 to 5 minutes per side. Plate, serve, and enjoy!
Helpful hint: Before placing any food on the grill, I dip a wad of paper towels in oil and, using tongs, wipe the cooking grate. For convenience, I keep a custard cup, bottle of vegetable oil, and roll of paper towels in my grill cabinet.