The Great American Total Solar Eclipse is on the horizon! On August 21st, the moon will move between the Earth and the sun, casting a shadow and darkening the skies. Cities from coast-to-coast will have an opportunity to view this spectacular natural phenomenon, although only a small portion of the country will witness the sun vanish completely.
Our patients know that Larson Eye Care is the area’s premier provider of eye care and vision services. Now, we are excited to offer a variety of aesthetician services with our licensed aesthetician, Renee Shibur as well! With over 13 years of experience, Renee is a wonderful addition to the Larson Eye Care team.
In the midst of the summer months, UV protection is paramount. For this reason, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has established July as UV Safety Awareness Month.
Can you tell us a little more about your background? What made you want to become an aesthetician?
Well for starters, I’m proud to say I graduated from the Mequon/Thiensville School of Aesthetics at the top of my class. Since then, I’ve been offering aesthetician services to the Milwaukee and surrounding areas for over 13 years.
Prevent Blindness America, a nonprofit organization that focuses on promoting eye health and fighting vision loss, has declared June as Cataract Awareness Month. During this month, vision professionals across the country – including those at Larson Eye Care – encourage the general public to learn more about cataracts and focus on early intervention.
Summer is upon us, and the air is filled with pollen and other allergens. In the coming months, you might find that your eyes are a little itchier than usual.
Eye allergies, also known as allergic conjunctivitis, occur when your immune system mistakenly believes that a harmless substance (e.g., pollen) is actually harmful. Although most people associate allergies with a stuffy nose, itchy eyes are another common symptom.
Are you considering LASIK surgery but have questions about paying for the procedure? At Larson Eye Care, we know that the cost of LASIK can seem intimidating. Fortunately, it doesn’t have to be! Each patient has the opportunity to use financing, Flexible Spending Accounts, or Health Spending Accounts to pay for their LASIK procedure.