Brimhall Eye is Virtual
Brimhall Eye is Virtual

Brimhall Eye is Virtual!

Award-Winning Care. Adapted For Coronavirus. Feeling “stuck at home”? Use this time to learn about what our Vision Correction options are while safely “social distancing” at…

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Apr 15th, 2020

What is Pupil Dilation

All About Pupil Dilation

The dark circles at the centers of your eyes are called pupils. They are openings in the middle of the irises and let light enter…

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Mar 25th, 2020


COVID-19 Update

Welcome to Brimhall Eye.Award-winning care. Coronavirus safe*. Coronavirus has changed our world, and we have changed our practice patterns in response. Telemedicine! You may not…

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Mar 17th, 2020

What's an Ophthalmologist

What’s an Ophthalmologist?

Patients often ask about the difference between their eye doctor who gives vision exams and an ophthalmologist. So, what is an ophthalmologist, and what role…

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Feb 18th, 2020

Do eye floaters go away

Do Eye Floaters Go Away?

If you have had eye floaters, then you know the frustration that floaters can cause. Floaters are the little pieces of material that float across…

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Jan 8th, 2020

Does LASIK laser eye surgery hurt

Does LASIK Surgery Hurt?

"Does laser eye surgery hurt," is one of the common questions we get during LASIK and ASA consultations. We get it! Most people have never…

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Dec 3rd, 2019

Brown Eyes

The Six Muscles of the Eye

The human eye has six eye muscles. They are split into two primary groups: the recti muscles and the oblique muscles. The four recti muscles…

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Oct 18th, 2019

Green Eye

Presbyopia: Corneal Inlay Breakthrough

If you suffer from presbyopia, you may use reading glasses or contact lenses to help improve your vision. However, new developments in corneal inlay implants can actually correct your vision…

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Jul 31st, 2019