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Our mission at CCRS is to provide our patients with the most advanced yet personalized eye care at an affordable price. Call us at (323) 933-3111
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CCRS Vision Mar 7
New method to identify, sort stem cells may help restore vision to people with damaged corneas
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CCRS Vision Mar 6
Assessing the Impact of Stress on Age-Related Eye Disease via
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CCRS Vision Mar 5
Sight Simulator shows you what it's like to be legally blind via
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CCRS Vision Mar 4
2 Ways to Turn Your Smartphone Into a Vision Screening System - iPhoneNess via
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CCRS Vision Mar 3
Thanks to AI, Computers Can Now See Your Health Problems via
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CCRS Vision Mar 2
Quiz:Is Your Eyesight Worsening?
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Visian ICL Mar 1
With a minimally invasive procedure, many achieve improved vision nearly immediately.
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CCRS Vision Feb 28
Imagine a camera that sees your eyes’ future health via
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NEI Feb 28
T1 estimates that 2.9 million American have low vision, and that number is expected to increase 72% by 2030.
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CCRS Vision Feb 24
Top foods to help protect your vision
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CCRS Vision Feb 22
IBM researchers train Watson to identify eye abnormalities via
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CCRS Vision Feb 21
Early treatment of macular degeneration helps save eyesight
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CCRS Vision Feb 20
Colorblind teen and two men see world anew with special eyeglasses via
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Visian ICL Feb 19
Eating fruits and vegtables and drinking green tea is great for your eyes.
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CCRS Vision Feb 18
For the Blind, an Actual-Reality Headset
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CCRS Vision Feb 17
80% of vision problems are avoidable or curable due to advancements in LASIK surgery and preventive care through supplements and diets.
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CCRS Vision Feb 16
Type 2 diabetes if often first detected during an eye exam- small hemorrhages from leaking blood vessels can be seen at the back of the eye.
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CCRS Vision Feb 15
What Smartphones Do to Children’s Eyes via
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CCRS Vision Feb 14
Seeing Double? Brain Injury Could Be The Cause via
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CCRS Vision Feb 13
We tend to blink less when looking at a screen so take a break from technology every 20 minutes and looking around the room for 20 seconds
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