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Prevent Glasses from Fogging When Wearing Your Mask

Masks are the new normal when it comes to the pandemic and going out in public. In this blog post, our team discusses ways to…

Posted by Eric Del Piero on Sep 15, 2020

Smoking after Cataract Surgery

Smoking after cataract surgery can slow the healing process. Patients undergoing cataract surgery at Monterey County Eye Associates are advised to refrain from smoking while they…

Posted by Eric Del Piero on Aug 09, 2020

Top Ways to Prevent Eye Infections

Proper eye care is essential to maintain long-term eye health. Bacterial, fungal, and viral eye infections can be uncomfortable and concerning. Here, the doctors at…

Posted by Eric Del Piero on Jun 24, 2020

10 Tips for Summer Eye Protection

Summer activities can be hazardous to your vision without proper precautions. Increased UV exposure, as well as chlorinated pools and sandy beaches, can have a…

Posted by Eric Del Piero on May 18, 2020

Glaucoma and Blindness: Learn the Facts

Glaucoma is a leading cause of blindness in the United States. The symptoms of glaucoma often develop slowly, meaning that many people in the early…

Posted by Eric Del Piero on Apr 23, 2020

Are Extended Wear Contact Lenses Right for Me?

Extended wear contact lenses can be worn continuously for multiple nights. At Monterey County Eye Associates, we offer multiple extended wear contact options. Learn more…

Posted by Eric Del Piero on Mar 24, 2020

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 Eric Del Piero on Feb 17, 2020

Which Contact Lens Option Is Right for Me?

Some types of contact lenses may be better for patients than others. Our eye doctors discuss various options and which type may be right for…

Posted by Eric Del Piero on Jan 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 Eric Del Piero 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 Eric Del Piero on Nov 17, 2019

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) 375-2020.

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Monterey Bay Eye Center

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406 Canal Street
King City, CA 93930

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Eric J. Del Piero, MD

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