People with diabetes are more likely to develop blinding eye diseases. These diseases include glaucoma, cataracts, and diabetic retinopathy. Many Americans may not be protecting themselves against diabetes-related vision loss. There is also a low awareness of diabetic vision issues among ethnicities that are at a higher risk for diabetes.
Schedule an appointment today to be proactive about your risks. Our Ophthalmologists are here to help and encourage patients to be proactive when protecting their vision.
October is Safety Awareness month! Remember to protect those precious eyes during sporting activities, home improvement projects, and even while working long hours on the computer with blue light filtering anti-reflective coatings.
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Harman Eye Center is happy to welcome Ophthalmologist Kevin L. Lowder, M.D.
Dr. Lowder received his medical degree from Texas Tech Univeristy Helth Sciences Center in El Paso, TX. He is LASIK-certified and has presented research on refractive surgery at a statewide level. His scope of interests includes advanced cataract surgery, comprehensive ophthalmology, diabetic eye exams, and refractive surgery.
Harman Eye Center continues to grow! Meet Jeffrey H. Doty, O.D. Dr. Doty has been practicing medical optometry for the last 30 years in the state of Ohio. He did his undergraduate studies at both the University of Louisville and The Ohio State University. During his studies, he had the honor to play college football at both universities.