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What’s New

Keep up-to-date on the latest vision-related news and eye care events in our Practice.

We have updated our warranties and policies. We believe in the products we sell and we take pride in educating our patients about the eyewear solutions that may best meet his or her needs. Below you will find a summary of our glasses warranty as well as some videos explaining the different lens material options and features of a variety of lens coatings and how they can maximize your vision potential. In addition, you will find some of the promotions we offer on a daily basis. *site under construction*

Buyer Beware

Buyer beware Know your risks before buying glasses online......

Danville Family Eye Care’s Re-Opening Guide

Danville Family Eye Care will be re-opening to “routine” eye care beginning May 4th. Our team has been working on contacting all patients who had appointments canceled during this crisis and getting them rescheduled for a time and date convenient to them. We will have our phone system operating normally...

COVID 19 Disruption to Business FAQ

** UPDATED 04/24/2020**  WE EXPECT TO BE ABLE TO OPEN MAY4th! Danville Family Eye Care wants to keep you informed as we all experience this disruption to business together. We are hoping this FAQ will help assist our patients in understanding how this affects them. Why are you closing?  The...

Welcome to our New Website

We invite you to take a look around our new site to get to know our practice and learn about eye and vision health. You will find a wealth of information about our optometrists, our staff and our services, as well as facts and advice about how to take care...

Pink, Stinging Eyes?

Conjunctivitis, also called pink eye, is one of the most frequently seen eye diseases, especially in kids. It can be caused by viruses, bacteria or even allergies to pollen, chlorine in swimming pools, and ingredients in cosmetics, or other irritants, which touch the eyes. Some forms of conjunctivitis might be...
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Most people between the ages of 40-45 start to have difficulty seeing up close. This is called Presbyopia and slowly progresses until about the age of 65. This is a normal change due to the lens in the eye hardening and losing flexibility.

Vuity is 1.25% pilocarpine. This is not a new drug. It has been on the market for decades and is used to temporarily shrink the pupil size. It is now being rebranded as a drop that can help improve near vision. How does this work? By shrinking the pupil size, physics tells us this can increase our depth of focus. This drop will not CURE presbyopia. It can improve it while the drop is active and the near blur will return when the dose wears off after approximately 4-6 hours. This drop is recommended for individuals ages 40-55.

Dosage: one drop in each eye once per day. Side effects: possible brown ache or a mild headache. The cost at this time is about $80-90 per month at most pharmacies and insurance does not apply.