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Top 5 Holiday Gifts for People Who Wear Glasses

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The holiday season is upon us. For most people, that means going online or running to the mall to shop for gifts. When buying a present for someone who wears glasses it’s good to know what’s trending today. At Eye Mechanix we carry the latest selection of designer frames, prescription eyeglasses and eyewear accessories.

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If someone on your gift list wears glasses, below are 5 gift ideas to inspire you:

1. Gift Card

You can’t go wrong with a Eye Mechanix gift card. Investing in a loved one’s vision goes beyond just providing clear vision. It shows them that you’re thinking of them and care about their health.

2. A Glasses Case

A quality pair of eyeglasses need to be protected. Buying a nice printed or colored eyeglass case allows people to keep their glasses protected in style.There are thousands of cases to choose from. A hard case is usually the best choice, as it delivers a higher level of protection. Consider your friend or loved one’s style preferences when shopping for the perfect case.

3. Eyeglass Repair Kit

An eyeglass repair kit may not be the most unique holiday gift, but it’s among the most useful gifts to have at home or when traveling. A repair kit usually comes with a microfibre cloth, screwdrivers, tweezers, and more. An eyeglass repair kit can be a lifesaver, especially during holidays and weekends, and for those who are often on the go.

4. NerdWax

Any eyeglass wearer will tell you how annoying it is to have to frequently push up their glasses from the bridge of their nose, or how frustrating those red marks on their nose can be because of their frames.

Nerdwax is a tube of wax that enables glasses to stay in place, all while stopping them from irritating the nose. This simple gift can bring increased comfort to the eyeglasses-wearer, enhancing their quality of life.

5. Cleaning Kit

Because eyeglasses require daily cleaning, an eyeglass cleaning kit is a great gift for those who regularly wear specs. Clean glasses not only offer clearer vision, but they help prevent glare, which enhances safety, particularly while driving. Using a proper cleaning kit also prevents the lenses from scratching and incurring permanent damage. A proper cleaning kit should include lens cleaning solution and at least one microfiber lens cloth.

With the assistance of our team, your gift recipient can choose from a wide selection of eye care products. Contact Eye Mechanix to find out what a gift card can be used towards this holiday season.

Are Eye Problems More Common in Women Than Men?

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Being a Woman Increases The Chances of Developing Eye Problems

When it comes to eye health and vision, men and women aren’t created equal. It might surprise you to learn that, worldwide, two-thirds of all cases of blindness and visual impairment occur in women.

Read on to learn why being a woman increases the chances of developing eye problems, and how regular visits to your eye doctor can help.

Longer Life Expectancy

Women live about 5 years longer than men on average. Moreover, women tend to remain healthier longer than their male counterparts. According to the World Health Organization, the average woman can expect to live a full 70 years before experiencing a major disease or injury, compared to 67 healthy years for a man.

But a woman’s increased life expectancy has significant implications when it comes to her eye health and vision. Age is a major risk factor for conditions and diseases like glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, and dry eye syndrome.

The longer a woman lives, the more likely that she will develop a serious eye condition or disease.


Women experience a remarkable amount of hormonal fluctuation throughout their lifespan. Puberty, pregnancy, and menopause all cause surges of estrogen, which can affect vision. Taking birth control pills also can cause visual or ocular symptoms, due to the varying levels of progesterone and estrogen.

Fluctuating estrogen levels can result in dry eye syndrome, which causes uncomfortable symptoms like red, itchy, watery eyes and, if untreated, possibly eye damage. Some women also experience blurred vision during estrogen surges. This is common during pregnancy but vision tends to normalize shortly after birth.


In almost every society around the world, women take more medication than their male counterparts. This includes both prescription and over-the-counter medications. What many don’t know is that several of these medications can pose significant risks to your eye health and vision, if taken in high dose and over an extended period of time.

Some medications that can affect your eyes include corticosteroids, antihistamines, antimalarials, and antipsychotic and antidepressant medications. Always consult your doctor before taking any prescription or nonprescription medications.

Autoimmune disorders

An autoimmune disease occurs when the body’s own immune system backfires and attacks the body’s own tissue. While the exact reason is still unclear, it is well documented that women have far more autoimmune diseases than men.

According to The National Institutes of Health, 75% of people living with an autoimmune disease are female. Some common autoimmune disorders that impact eye health include rheumatoid arthritis, Sjorgen’s syndrome, multiple sclerosis, lupus, and Graves’ disease (hyperthyroidism). These can cause symptoms like dry and red eyes, foreign-body sensation, pain, changes in vision, and sometimes vision loss.

What Can Women Do To Preserve Their Eye Health?

Whether you are male or female, taking a preventative approach to eye care is the best way to preserve your vision.

Eat a healthy diet rich in vitamins A, C, E, Omega-3’s, and zinc to support eye health. Quit or reduce smoking if you haven’t already. Also, limit your alcohol intake.

In addition to healthy lifestyle choices, a key factor in minimizing your risk of eye disease is seeing your eye doctor regularly.

Having frequent comprehensive eye exams allows your eye doctor to screen your eyes for early signs of disease. By detecting eye disease early, you’ll increase your chances of receiving effective treatment and preserving your vision.

Eye Mechanix optometrists in Lincoln Park, Illinois provide expert eye exams and quality eye care services.

Call Eye Mechanix to schedule your comprehensive eye exam today.


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Official Advisory from the Mayor of the City of Chicago

Stay-at-Home Advisory
Additional COVID-19 Alerts and Regulations
Issued: November 12, 2020
Effective: November 16, 2020

WHEREAS, The City of Chicago is experiencing a rapid increase inCOVID-19 cases and hospitalizations, which left unchecked poses a risk to our health care system; and

WHEREAS, Additional intervention is warranted to moderate case growth and preserve hospital capacity; and

WHEREAS, It is more important than ever to follow guidance from local, state, and federal officials on how to stop the spread of the virus; and

WHEREAS, Taking the steps listed below is critical to preventing the spread of the virus, protecting the lives of you and your loved ones, and preserving our acute-care-hospital- and other healthcare-systems-capacity; now, therefore,

The Mayor of the City of Chicago hereby states the following:

Section 1. Stay at Home Advisory

Beginning on Monday, November 16, 2020, the Mayor of the City of Chicago, Lori E. Lightfoot as well as the Commissioner of Health for the City of Chicago, Dr. Allison Arwady, advise all residents of Chicago to stay at home in response to the rapid rise of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in the city.

Residents are advised to only leave home to go to work or school, or for essential needs such as seeking medical care, going to the grocery store or pharmacy, picking up food, or receiving deliveries. If you do leave home, you must always wear a face covering and practice social distancing by staying six feet away from others in accordance with the City’s Executive Order 2020-9.

Additionally, residents are strongly advised to:

a) Not have guests in their homes unless they are essential workers (e.g., home health care providers, childcare workers or educators).

b) Cancel traditional Thanksgiving celebrations.

c) Avoid travel.

This advisory shall remain in place for 30 days or until such time as the Commissioner of Health determines a change to the guidance is appropriate.

How Can My Child’s Myopia Be Corrected?

Myopia, or nearsightedness, is one of the most common eye conditions affecting millions of people around the world.

Myopia is a refractive error in which the eyes are unable to focus clearly on images or objects. This results in blurry vision when looking at something at a distance, such as people walking down a street, a school board, or even the TV. However, images that are closer can be seen more clearly. Children with uncorrected myopia tend to experience eye strain, eye fatigue, or headaches in an effort to see images in the distance clearly.

Fortunately, eyeglasses or contact lenses work wonders to correct vision. In this text, we’ll discuss both glasses and contacts as options for myopia correction.


Methods of Myopia Correction

Contact Lenses

Contacts can be a great choice, especially for physically active children or teens who don’t want to worry about breaking or misplacing their eyeglasses.

Corrective contact lenses are usually placed in the eyes upon waking and removed at night before bedtime. We offer a range of brands of soft contact lenses, such as daily disposables and extended-wear disposables. Speak with Dr. Randall Ricketts to determine whether your child is ready for contact lenses.

Prescription Glasses

Glasses are a popular choice among our younger patients. Choosing from an array of styles makes the process not just fun and exciting, but allows the child to be an active participant in selecting eyewear, which, in turn, increases the likelihood that they’ll actually wear them. We offer strong, flexible and resilient frames which both look great and are feel comfortable.

The optician can customize the lenses with additions, like impact-resistant or shatter-proof materials, scratch-resistant and anti-reflective coatings, UV filters, and transition lenses that darken in the sun.

We Can Help Correct Your Child’s Myopia

If you’re located near Lincoln Park, Illinois, visit us for an eye exam to determine your child’s exact prescription and ask us any questions you may have about your child’s eye health and vision.

At Eye Mechanix, our friendly and knowledgeable staff will be happy to recommend the most suitable method of correcting your child’s myopia to meet his or her individual needs. Thanks to the wide range options available, your child will walk away with eyewear that will both look and feel great.

Let us help your child see the world in a whole new light. To schedule your child’s annual eye exam or to learn more, contact Eye Mechanix at 708-797-6299 today.

8 Tips to Relieve Winter Dry Eyes

Whether you live in a climate with cold winter weather or you are planning a ski trip up north, winter can be a challenge if you suffer from dry eyes. Dry, cool air, cold winds and even drier indoor heating can cause eye irritation, burning, itchiness and redness, and sometimes even excessively watery eyes as more tears are produced to compensate for the dryness. Many people have a chronic feeling that they have something in their eye and some even experience blurred vision. These symptoms can be debilitating!

Dry eyes is one of the most common complaints eye doctors get from patients during the winter season, especially in the cooler climates. That’s why we’d like to share some tips on how to relieve dry eye discomfort, and how to know when your condition is serious enough to come in for an evaluation.

Tips to Relieve Winter Dry Eyes:

  1. Keep eyes moist using artificial tears or eye drops. You can apply these a few times each day when the eyes are feeling dry or irritated. If over-the-counter drops don’t help or if you have chronic dry eyes, speak to your eye doctor about finding the best drops for you. Since not all artificial tears are the same, knowing the cause of your dry eye will help your eye doctor determine which brand is best suited for your eyes.
  2. Use a humidifier to counteract the drying effects of indoor heaters or generally dry air.
  3. Point car vents or indoor heaters away from your face when the heat is on. Try to keep your distance from direct sources of heating, especially if they blow out the heat.
  4. Drink a lot! Hydrating your body will also hydrate your eyes.
  5. Protect your eyes outdoors with sunglasses or goggles – the bigger the better! Larger, even wrap-around glasses as well as a hat with a wide brim will keep the wind and other elements out of your eyes. If you wear goggles for winter sports, make sure they fit well and cover a large surface area.
  6. Soothe dry eyes using a warm compress and never rub them! Rubbing your eyes will increase irritation and may lead to infection if the hands are not clean.
  7. Give your eyes a digital break. People blink less during screen time which is why extensive computer use can lead to dry eyes. Follow the 20/20/20 rule by taking a break every 20 minutes to look 20 feet away for 20 seconds and make sure you blink!
  8. For contact lens wearers: If you wear contact lenses, dry eyes can be particularly debilitating as the contact lenses can cause even further dryness and irritation. Contact lens rewetting drops can help your eyes feel better and may also allow you to see more clearly. Not all eyedrops are appropriate for use with contact lenses, so ask your optometrist which eyedrop is compatible with your contacts and cleaning solution. If rewetting drops don’t help, consider opting for glasses when your dry eyes are bad, and speak to your optometrist about which brands of contact lenses are better for dry eyes. Many people find dry eye improvement when they switch to daily single use contact lenses.

Chronic Dry Eyes or Dry Eye Syndrome

Dry eye syndrome is a chronic condition in which the eyes do not produce enough tear film, or do not produce the quality of tear film needed to properly keep the eyes moist. While winter weather can make this condition worse, it is often present all year round. If you find that the tips above do not alleviate your discomfort or symptoms, it may be time to see a optometrist to see if your condition requires more effective medical treatment.

Diabetes and Your Eyes

Diabetes is becoming much more prevalent around the globe. According to the International Diabetes Federation, approximately 425 million adults were living with diabetes in the year 2017 and 352 million more people were at risk of developing type 2 diabetes. By 2045 the number of people diagnosed is expected to rise to 629 million.

Diabetes is a leading cause of blindness as well as heart attacks, stroke, kidney failure, neuropathy (nerve damage) and lower limb amputation. In fact, in 2017, diabetes was implicated in 4 million deaths worldwide. Nevertheless preventing these complications from diabetes is possible with proper treatment, medication and regular medical screenings as well as improving your diet, physical activity and adopting a healthy lifestyle.

What is Diabetes?

Diabetes is a chronic disease in which the hormone insulin is either underproduced or ineffective in its ability to regulate blood sugar. Uncontrolled diabetes leads to hyperglycemia, or high blood sugar, which damages many systems in the body such as the blood vessels and the nervous system.

How Does Diabetes Affect The Eyes?

Diabetic eye disease is a group of conditions which are caused, or worsened, by diabetes; including: diabetic retinopathy, diabetic macular edema, glaucoma and cataracts. Diabetes increases the risk of cataracts by four times, and can increase dryness and reduce cornea sensation.

In diabetic retinopathy, over time, the tiny blood vessels within the eyes become damaged, causing leakage, poor oxygen circulation, then scarring of the sensitive tissue within the retina, which can result in further cell damage and scarring.

The longer you have diabetes, and the longer your blood sugar levels remain uncontrolled, the higher the chances of developing diabetic eye disease. Unlike many other vision-threatening conditions which are more prevalent in older individuals, diabetic eye disease is one of the main causes of vision loss in the younger, working-age population. Unfortunately, these eye conditions can lead to blindness if not caught early and treated. In fact, 2.6% of blindness worldwide is due to diabetes.

Diabetic Retinopathy

As mentioned above, diabetes can result in cumulative damage to the blood vessels in the retina, the light-sensitive tissue located at the back of the eye. This is called diabetic retinopathy.

The retina is responsible for converting the light it receives into visual signals to the optic nerve in the brain. High blood sugar levels can cause the blood vessels in the retina to leak or hemorrhage, causing bleeding and distorting vision. In advanced stages, new blood vessels may begin to grow on the retinal surface causing scarring and further damaging cells in the retina. Diabetic retinopathy can eventually lead to blindness.

Signs and Symptoms of Diabetic Retinopathy

The early stages of diabetic retinopathy often have no symptoms, which is why it’s vitally important to have frequent diabetic eye exams. As it progresses you may start to notice the following symptoms:

  • Blurred or fluctuating vision or vision loss
  • Floaters (dark spots or strings that appear to float in your visual field)
  • Blind spots
  • Color vision loss

There is no pain associated with diabetic retinopathy to signal any issues. If not controlled, as retinopathy continues it can cause retinal detachment and macular edema, two other serious conditions that threaten vision. Again, there are often NO signs or symptoms until more advanced stages.

A person with diabetes can do their part to control their blood sugar level. Following the physician’s medication plan, as well as diet and exercise recommendations can help slow the progression of diabetic retinopathy.

Retinal Detachment

Scar tissues caused by the breaking and forming of blood vessels in advanced retinopathy can lead to a retinal detachment in which the retina pulls away from the underlying tissue. This condition is a medical emergency and must be treated immediately as it can lead to permanent vision loss. Signs of a retinal detachment include a sudden onset of floaters or flashes in the vision.

Diabetic Macular Edema (DME)

Diabetic macular edema occurs when the macula, a part of the retina responsible for clear central vision, becomes full of fluid (edema). It is a complication of diabetic retinopathy that occurs in about half of patients, and causes vision loss.

Treatment for Diabetic Retinopathy and Diabetic Macular Edema

While vision loss from diabetic retinopathy and DME often can’t be restored, with early detection there are some preventative treatments available. Proliferative diabetic retinopathy (when the blood vessels begin to grow abnormally) can be treated by laser surgery, injections or a procedure called vitrectomy in which the vitreous gel in the center of the eye is removed and replaced. This will treat bleeding caused by ruptured blood vessels. DME can be treated with injection therapy, laser surgery or corticosteroids.

Prevent Vision Loss from Diabetes

The best way to prevent vision loss from diabetic eye disease is early detection and treatment. Since there may be no symptoms in the early stages, regular diabetic eye exams are critical for early diagnosis. In fact diabetics are now sometimes monitored by their health insurance to see if they are getting regular eye exams and premium rates can be affected by how regularly the patients get their eyes checked. Keeping diabetes under control through exercise, diet, medication and regular screenings will help to reduce the chances of vision loss and blindness from diabetes.

Matsuda Eyewear At Eye Mechanix Eyecare Center

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Matsuda Eyewear is a legendary brand of eyewear known for its exquisite Japanese craftsmanship and impeccable attention to detail, design, and use of titanium. In 1958, Matsuda graduated from the famous Bunka School of Design. Matsuda and his best friend, Kenzo Takada, took a steamship to Paris in 1962 in search of inspiration. In Paris, Matsuda fell in love with the details found in classic gothic architecture and the whimsical designs of art nouveau. Both of which became strong references for his future eyewear collections. In 1989 Matsuda presented his first ever eyewear collection.

Matsuda Eyewear Collection at Eye MechanixBy the 1990’s Matsuda eyewear collections unique design had become a part of pop culture history. They were prominently featured in several major motion pictures such as “The Terminator.” He was honored for his life of design and innovation. His avant-garde approach to fashion inspired the world and paved the way for many new designers that followed. After being off the market for many years, the Matsuda eyewear brand was relaunched. The new Matsuda eyewear collection includes modern day interpretations of original styles, as well as new designs featuring details made famous in the past. Many of the same craftsmen that created the original pieces are enlisted to develop and create the new collection.

Matsuda eyewear are painstakingly crafted by hand in the artisanal eyewear workshops of Japan. Representing over 45 years of design history and heritage. Matsuda eyewear exudes luxury that melds art, architecture, and fashion. Only the finest materials, including celluloid acetate, titanium, sterling silver, 18K solid gold, and 22.5K gold plating are used in each creation. This ensures quality and longevity into each frame. The impeccable attention to detail is prevalent in each piece that is both opulent and comfortable. Come visit our new Eyecare Center in the southwest suburb of La Grange to view this amazing eyewear collection.

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WOOW Eyewear At Eye Mechanix In La Grange

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WOOW Eyewear was created as a collection under FACE A FACE, and has now grown into a strong individual brand for the young and bold, sold in more than 40 countries across the world. Between traditional style and casual fashion, chick and off-beat with a trendy London feel. The WOOW Eyewear style will speak to all with a sense of humor. WOOW eyewear is under a brand in the portfolio of Design Eyewear Group. WOOW is a new brand from the creative minds at Face a Face. Featuring acetate and metal frames that bring positive energy into your life. Designers Nadine Roth and Pascal Jaulent show off their playfulness with this new Eyewear collection. This eyewear collection is full of color and has a great sense of humor. WOOW eyewear is made for the young and daring. Loud and clear expressions in sunglasses and optical frames. Always stunning, never discreet.

WooW Eyewear Woow Eyewear has a short remark – boldly stated at the tip of the temple. A cool combination of London beat and Paris fashion.The temple tips of each frame are accented with metal inserts boasting a motivational phrase intended to inspire you. From “Rock Me!” to “Well Done!” written in a vintage-inspired typewriter font, the phrases are your secret. The phase is hidden behind your ears to give you good vibes throughout the day. The little message inserted in the end tip of the frame will make you smile first thing in the morning.

The inserts have a thin resin layer that makes them hypoallergenic, so you won’t have to worry about any type of skin irritation. WOOW Eyewear is handcrafted in Italy with the utmost care and attention. WOOW is meant to wow with its high quality and bright design. WOOW combines color, pattern, and innovative design to transform frames from basic accessory to an absolute statement piece. If your aesthetic begs for something more than just vibrant colors, WOOW pairs bold tones with funky frame designs to create eyewear that is all-around fresh, unique, and noticeable.


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Garrett Leight Eyeglasses At Eye Mechanix Eyecare Center

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Inspired by the California lifestyle and culture, Garrett Leight eyeglasses and sunglasses are classic, contemporary, timeless and on trend. Find the perfect round glasses, retro glasses and vintage frames to suit your unique personality and style. Each frame features subtle and sophisticated details in fit, material and proportion that make it unique, such as Italian and Japanese acetates and German made hinges. Browse our collection of eyeglasses for men and women today.

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Unlike so many new eyewear brands, you know a pair of Garrett Leight eyeglasses as soon as you see them. They somehow manage to be statement-making and completely understated at the same time; the opposite of the heavy-handed (literally and figuratively) frames that you see everywhere else.

If you’re new to the brand here’s a quick rundown: Garrett is the son of eyewear legend Larry Leight, who founded Oliver Peoples, and started his own thing about six years ago, after learning the ropes at Oliver Peoples and a brief stint making eyeglasses for street wear brands. Today, Garrett Leight California has two freestanding stores in Los Angeles, one in San Francisco, and one in New York, along with dozens of wholesale partners.

Garrett Leight EyeglassesGarrett Leight launched his eponymous line in 2010. Using the highest-quality materials and hardware sourced from Japan, Italy, and Germany, the brand features an easygoing West Coast vibe with richly colored frames and classic shapes. Every pair of glasses is hand-stamped with the numbers 90291, the zip code for the company’s hometown of Venice, California. Praised for their casual-cool look, Garrett Leight eyeglasses can be spotted court side and on red carpets around the world. Stop in our New Eyecare Center in LaGrange Illinois to find your next pair of Garrett Leight Eyeglasses.

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Chicago Optometrist In Lincoln Park Can Treat Your Eye Allergies

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Our Chicago Optometrist in Lincoln Park can help treat your itchy red irritated eyes. Spring is here and allergies are very common this time of year. Many of us think of fits of congestion and sneezing when it comes to allergies. Allergies can have a dramatic effect on our eyes too. Ocular allergies or eye allergies affect more than 20 percent of us. Seasonal allergies can cause watery eyes along with sneezing and congestion.

Our Chicago Optometrist Explains Ocular Allergies

We all know someone suffering from seasonal allergies, but what causes them. There are two types of allergies: seasonal and perennial.

Seasonal allergies are very common and occur during certain times of the year. The most common time is spring thru fall. These are caused by airborne allergens such as pollen from plants, flowers, trees and grass.

Perennial allergies are year round and are cause by dust, mites, pet dander and sometimes a feather comforter and pillows. Environmental conditions can also cause these allergies such as smoke and air pollution.

Often it is easy to determine what is causing your eyes to be irritated. If you can’t seem to figure it out or you can’t find any relief please schedule an eye exam with our chicago optometrist. Both seasonal and perennial allergies are cause by a lapse in our immune system. Most of the causes are usually harmless. The eye irritation starts with the tissue that lines our eyelids and the covering of the white of our eyes. This covering is called the conjunctiva. Our body tries to fight the allergy allergens by forming antibodies that are released but they cause our eyes to red itchy and water. They are usually associated with a stuffy nose.

Our Optometrist can help reduce allergies in your eyes

Try to stay indoors when there is a high pollen count. This is difficult because the weather is so nice outside.

Remove your contact lenses. Contacts collect the pollen on them when you go outside and accumulate on your contacts. Wear your glasses or sunglasses more often. Glasses or sunglasses can actually block the pollen and keep them out of your eyes.

Clean your house more. Pollen, dust and mites can be everywhere in your house. If you mop your floors with a dap mop it will reduce the amount in your house.

Rubbing your eyes can make it worse. Use artificial tear drops to lubricate and remove the dust and pollen from your eyes.

We can prescribe allergy drops that will reduce the effects of allergies in your eyes. There are two types of drops we can prescribe. The medication prescribed will depend on the severity of your condition.

A lot of spring eye exams to our chicago optometrist are due to eye allergies. We can certainly help you reduce the effects of your ocular allergies this spring. Don’t let allergies ruin your spring time fun. Book an eye exam with our chicago optometrist in Lincoln Park today at

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