If pollen is an allergen for you, avoid going outdoors as much as possible when pollen counts are highest (generally mid-morning and early evening) and when wind blows pollen around. When you are outdoors, sunglasses or eyeglasses can help to prevent pollen from getting into your eyes.
A baseline eye exam is recommended at age forty, when the signs of disease and changes in vision may start to develop.
Smoking increases the risk of developing macular degeneration—quit smoking to help keep your eyes healthy.
Fall season is here and protecting your eyes is important throughout the year.
Wear a hat and sunglasses year round to prevent UV damage to your eyes.
Dr. Jatla is honored to be selected as one of Austin’s best doctors! Clarity Eye Center is listed as one of the best ophthalmology practices in the January 2013 issue of Austin Monthly magazine. We are happy to be recognized for our commitment to quality care.