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Senior Eye Exams: Common Tests and What to Expect

Seniors have unique vision needs. The doctors at Monterey County Eye Associates discuss exams and testing for people in their golden years.

Posted by Monterey County Eye Associates on Feb 17, 2020

Common Eye Diseases in Seniors

The skilled vision doctors at Monterey County Eye Associates list common eyesight issues faced by seniors.

Posted by Monterey County Eye Associates on Dec 18, 2019

Driving After Cataract Surgery

Cataract surgery patients should follow instructions about driving after their procedure. The doctors at Monterey County Eye Associates offer advice.

Posted by Monterey County Eye Associates on Nov 17, 2019

What's the Difference Between Glaucoma and Cataracts?

Both glaucoma and cataracts can affect vision. Find out more as we take a closer look at glaucoma versus cataracts.

Posted by Monterey County Eye Associates on Oct 18, 2019

Cataract Statistics

These statistics on cataract and cataract surgery reveal how prevalent this cause of vision impairment is and the benefits of having cataracts removed.

Posted by Monterey County Eye Associates on Jun 17, 2019

Cataracts and Medicare

Medicare covers cataract removal surgery when the procedure is considered medically necessary. Our eye doctors consider what this means for patients.

Posted by Monterey County Eye Associates on May 17, 2019

Improve Your Child’s Vision with Congenital Cataracts Treatment

At Monterey County Eye Associates, our doctors can improve your child’s vision with congenital cataracts treatment.

Posted by Monterey County Eye Associates on May 02, 2018

Possible Causes of Blurry Vision in Seniors

In old age, issues with blurry vision may arise. Let's consider some causes of blurred vision in the elderly and how it can be treated.

Posted by Monterey County Eye Associates on Dec 16, 2016

The Leading Causes of Blindness

Some of the most common causes of blindness and vision loss include cataracts, glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration (AMD), and diabetic retinopathy.

Posted by Monterey County Eye Associates on Aug 17, 2015

Cataracts: Should Both Eyes Be Treated at Once?

Cataract surgery can be performed on one eye or both eyes, though it depends on the needs of the patient and the progression of the…

Posted by Monterey County Eye Associates on Jul 16, 2014

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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