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We are re-opening Friday May 8, 2020. We are eager to get back to a routine.
That means we are seeing patients for routine eye exams again.

The “new normal” routine in a doctors office is explained below:

1) You will have your temperature taken with a non-contact thermometer and sent home if above 99.9.
2) You will be asked some screening questions about your health and recent travel habits.
3) Our waiting room is sparse. There is nowhere to sit. So don’t bring companions.
4) Bring a mask and wear it over the nose and mouth.

We will be constantly cleaning and disinfecting around you and in front of you.

You will not be uncomfortable and you will get a safe exam, so feel relieved.

Call 407-263-EYES, 407-263-3937

Be well,
Dr. Graham

Call Us! (407) 603-3614
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Watch Out for Winter UV

sun-in-winterA lot of people think they only need to protect themselves from ultraviolet (UV) rays during peak hours on hot, sunny days.  Winter is a great time to debunk the myths about UV.

-80% of UV rays can penetrate clouds.

-Those who engage in winter sports may be more at risk, because they are spending time at higher elevations and getting a UV "bounce" from snow.

-Maximum UV exposure is at a solar angle of 20-40 degrees, not at noon when the sun is straight up overhead.

-Sunglasses and hats help.

Acuvue Brand Contact Lenses add an extra layer of protection from UV-A and UV-B.

Visit Dr. Graham to try on Acuvue Vita contacts, the new monthly disposable, today!