New Year's Resolution: Take Better Care of Your Eyes

Jan 07, 2014, 09:00 ET from Dr. Ramin Rabbani

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Los Angeles eye doctor, Dr. Ramin Rabbani, offers eye care services to residents of Los Angeles and surrounding area. New Year's resolutions are often made with the idea of losing weight, exercising more and getting healthy. This year, consider resolving to take better care of your eyes. Eye health is critical to vision. Unfortunately, many people fail to complete their recommended vision screenings and may be missing critical cues that something is awry with their eyes. Some eye conditions, such as glaucoma, have few or no symptoms in the early stages. Regular screenings and proactive eye care can protect vision and overall eye health.

About Dr. Anthony Ramin Rabbani, Optometrist Los Angeles

Dr. Ramin Rabbani is a top Los Angeles eye doctor. He is committed to providing the residents of Los Angeles and the surrounding communities with high-quality eye care. After earning his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of California, Los Angeles, Dr. Rabbani attended the New England College of Optometry in Boston for his OD. His post-graduate training was completed at Omni Eye Services, a prestigious clinic that offers highly specialized treatments and services for serious eye diseases. Visit for more information.

Los Angeles eye doctor, Dr. Rabbani, recommends routine eye care as well as eye care for patients who are experiencing symptoms. An eye checkup may be in order for patients who have sustained an injury to their eyes, visual changes, dry eyes or other eye symptoms. Patients who do not have any risk factors for eye disease should consider eye exams at least every two to four years. Older patients and patients with risk factors should seek more frequent care.

Nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism can all be corrected with eyeglasses, contact lenses or laser surgery. Early detection of these common vision problems allows for better correction and healthy eye development. Younger patients may be more prone to muscle imbalances and lazy eye, which can affect vision, the ability to learn and the child's self-confidence. Those with a family history of eye disease, who require vision correction or who have high blood pressure or diabetes may need to visit a Los Angeles eye doctor for annual eye exams.




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