Let’s Be Clear
Eyecare Is Healthcare

Every day you make healthcare decisions, some little and some big. Some may be life altering, while others help you live the status quo. Regardless of your rhythm and routine, you are in the driver’s seat when it comes to your health. But are you seeing the road clearly?

With our new campaign, Let’s Be Clear, we will share how eyecare and eye health are connected to your overall health.

You will find information you need to be comfortable, confident, and knowledgeable – whether you are scheduling your first exam, rescheduling an exam missed during the past year, or going to your planned, annual comprehensive eye exam. Your two eyes should be your number one priority and we will encourage and empower you to embrace your eye health. 

Check our website often and follow us on social media to see all the new content we are creating for you! Remember, comprehensive eye exams are not just for people experiencing vision problems; they should be part of your healthcare routine. 

The Time is Now to Prioritize Eye Health

During the pandemic, more than 16 million people postponed or cancelled their eye exams in the United States. Nearly 5% of the country delayed a comprehensive exam that might not only preserve their sight, but could also provide a glimpse into a number of other health ailments and diseases. That’s a lot of people. It’s time to get in that chair, whether it’s your first time or your 50th.

Know and Go

Practically everyone knows that eye health is important. In fact, 95% of those surveyed said that caring for eye health was a priority. But knowing that something is important and knowing how to take care of it are two different things. The right place to start to get the best understanding of your eye health is at your local eye doctor. The typical comprehensive eye exam is safe, convenient, and pain-free.

Trust the Pros – Not the Search Bar

When people have questions or something feels “not quite right”, the first step for many is to hit the internet. While there is some amazing and helpful content out there – ours included – when it comes to your eye health, don’t rely on your search skills. The only way to know your true health status is with a comprehensive eye exam.