Our Top 10 Tips to Protect Your Eyes

healthy vision

Did you know May is Healthy Vision Month? To help you keep your eyes healthy, we’ve put together our top ten tips for protecting your eyes. Generally, you should have your eyes checked every 1 to 2 years, more often if you are at risk for developing eye conditions such as glaucoma. But if you… Read More

Let’s Talk About LASIK

We caught up with Dr. Kang on surgery day to talk about LASIK, why he got into ophthalmology, and what he loves most about the D.C. area. Watch below! Still have questions about LASIK? Read our LASIK FAQs. Ready to take the leap? Schedule your FREE LASIK consultation!

Dr. Clinch Finds the Answer to a Fox News Reporter’s Medical Mystery

The ophthalmologists and eye care professionals at Eye Doctors of Washington are dedicated to providing our community with comprehensive eye care. Our very own Dr. Thomas E. Clinch was recently featured in Women’s Health magazine. The article discusses the experiences of Fox News Anchor Shannon Bream, who in 2010 started experiencing extreme eye pain that… Read More

Debunking Myths and Misconceptions of LASIK and Refractive Surgery

Debunking Myths and Misconceptions of LASIK and Refractive Surgery

Eye Doctors of Washington have been caring for the vision of patients in Washington D.C., Northern Virginia, and Maryland for over 50 years. We pride ourselves on providing comprehensive care and educating patients to make smart choices. Our LASIK specialists, Dr. Paul C. Kang and Dr. Thomas E. Clinch and have performed over 50,000 LASIK… Read More

EDOW Gives Back: Dr. Vicente’s Medical Mission in Guatemala

At Eye Doctors of Washington, we have been committed to enhancing vision and improving eye health for over 50 years. In addition to providing state-of-the-art eye care in the Washington DC area, our team also has a passion for giving back to communities in need. EDOW supports our doctors in utilizing their skills to help… Read More

7 Important Facts About Glaucoma

In honor of January being National Glaucoma Awareness Month, our team at Eye Doctors of Washington is taking extra time to educate the public about this dangerous disease. Glaucoma is an extremely prevalent condition, with over 3 million people in the U.S. currently suffering from it. If you’re at a higher risk for developing glaucoma,… Read More

What is the Difference Between Reading Glasses and Distance Glasses?

Eyeglasses are the most common form of vision correction for patients of all ages. The specially designed lenses can significantly improve a person’s quality of life, allowing them to see the world more clearly and avoid potential eye strain. Two of the most common types of eyeglasses are reading glasses and distance glasses—each of which… Read More

Eye Doctors of Washington Reaches Goal of Donating 10,000 Glasses

Since our RestoringVision fundraiser first began in July, Eye Doctors of Washington has donated 60 pairs of eyeglasses for every LASIK procedure performed. With its conclusion in October, our team is thrilled to announce we successfully reached our goal of donating 10,000 pairs! For those not familiar with RestoringVision, the organization is a non-profit committed… Read More

What Is the Difference Between Presbyopia and Hyperopia?

Presbyopia and hyperopia are extremely common refractive errors that prevent people from seeing close-up objects clearly. Both conditions tend to develop as people get older and can make everyday tasks, such as driving and reading, difficult. Although presbyopia and hyperopia are very similar in nature, they can be distinguished by their cause, which ultimately determines… Read More

Washington, DC Eye Doctors to Donate Glasses to Developing Countries

The LASIK surgeons at Eye Doctors of Washington encourage their DC metro area patients to participate in a fundraiser for a non-profit providing eyewear to those who do not have access. Washington, DC—Eye Doctors of Washington, a group of board-certified ophthalmologists, has announced they will be hosting a fundraiser starting July 1st to support RestoringVision…. Read More

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