Monterey County Eye Associates Blog

Things You Should Know about Retinal Detachment Causes and Types

Our Monterey ophthalmologists discuss retinal detachment causes and types. Think you have a detached retina? Contact us for an exam.

Posted by Monterey County Eye Associates on Apr 28, 2022

Cataract Surgery Recovery: What to Expect

Cataract surgery is a minor procedure but it does require some time for recovery. Find out more as we look at what to expect during…

Posted by Monterey County Eye Associates on Mar 10, 2022

What Is Macular Degeneration?

The eye doctors at Monterey County Eye Associates provide an overview of macular degeneration, including causes, symptoms, and treatment options. If you have experienced any…

Posted by Monterey County Eye Associates on Feb 07, 2022

Glasses vs. Contact Lenses: Which Is Best for Me?

Whether you prefer glasses or contact lenses, the doctors at Monterey County Eye Associates can fit you with a set of prescription lenses that improve…

Posted by Monterey County Eye Associates on Feb 07, 2022

Glaucoma Surgery Recovery

Doctors at Monterey County Eye Associates prepare individuals for what to expect as they recover from glaucoma surgery. Those who are interested in learning more…

Posted by Monterey County Eye Associates on Nov 15, 2021

Dry Eye vs. Eye Allergies

Ophthalmologists at Monterey County Eye Associates discuss the differences between dry eye and allergies, including common symptoms and treatment. If you are experiencing dry eyes…

Posted by Monterey County Eye Associates on Oct 18, 2021

Cataract Symptoms

As the proteins gradually break down and clump within the eye's lens over time, cataracts form and cause distorted, cloudy vision. Fortunately, cataracts can be…

Posted by Monterey County Eye Associates on Aug 02, 2021

What to Expect during a Contact Lens Exam

If you want to enjoy clearer vision without the use of eyeglasses, contact lenses may be right for you. Contact lens exams require several more…

Posted by Monterey County Eye Associates on Aug 01, 2021

When Can I Start Driving after LASIK?

After you have LASIK surgery, one of your main concerns might be when you can safely drive again. Everyone is different, but here are some…

Posted by Monterey County Eye Associates on Jul 20, 2021

Can I Have Cataract Surgery after LASIK?

Eye doctors at Monterey County Eye Associates discuss whether it is safe for patients to undergo cataract surgery after receiving LASIK treatment. If you have…

Posted by Monterey County Eye Associates on May 22, 2021

The team of doctors at Monterey County Eye Associates

Monterey County Eye Associates
Monterey Bay Eye Center

Our team of ophthalmologists provides state-of-the-art eye care using the latest technology. They are proud to be affiliated with: 

  • AAO: American Academy of Ophthalmology
  • ABO: American Board of Ophthalmology

To schedule an appointment at one of our four ophthalmologist office locations in Monterey, Salinas, and King City, contact us online or call (831) 424-1150.

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