Our office will be making some changes in processes, policies and procedures for the safety of our patients and our team members. We wanted to share some of these changes with you as we gear up to re-open next month. Face Masks or Facial Coverings will be required for any appointments and any time you enter the office. To limit the number of people in office and adhere to social distancing, for any and all appointments you will need to come alone. For children, one guardian or parent is allowed in office. For patients with language barriers or special needs one translator or aid is allowed. We willRead More →

Did you know that your glasses can spread bacteria, fungi, and viruses like the CoronaVirus to your eyes, nose and mouth? That’s because viruses And bacteria can easily be transferred from surrounding environments and frequently used objects (door knobs, handles) to our hands and on to our faces and glasses as we adjust them! (And some people like to chew on their temples while they think!) Most of the time, people tend to clean the lenses of their glasses with the t-shirt they’re wearing, and with a little fog from their breath. Today we’d like to teach you how to properly clean your glasses! AndRead More →

Dr. Chinn’sVision Care Hi There! Can you believe that January is already over? Who knew the new year of this new decade would fly by this fast. We now have 11 months left of 2020 to get our priorities aligned. Maintaining clear vision and healthy eyes should be one of those top priorities on your list this year. If you want to see 20/20 in any year, you should make sure it’s this year. There is another very big reason why this year is so important to us. Not only does the year 2020 shed light on the importance of clear vision and eye exams, butRead More →

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It’s officially August, the month where everyone begins to get ready with back-to-school shopping and mental preparedness. One thing that is always over-looked, is the comprehensive eye examination for children, teens, and college/grad students! What’s alarming is that most parents don’t think about their children’s vision as one of the major things on the list to get done. The common reason for this is that parents may not know that their children are having difficulty seeing, and the children don’t know it either.  (Most children do not understand the concept of blur, and often cannot describe blur if they have never seen a clear imageRead More →