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Contact Lens

  • Pregnancy and Vision

    I’m going to be a grandpa!  Wow, how did that happen? Weren’t my kids just in school? Yes, it happens that fast. Virtually in the blink of an eye.  Anyway, a new era is about to begin and it got me to thinking about pregnancy and vision. I see many young mothers to be and […]

    Continue Reading March 3, 2014

  • Aqua, Aqua Everywhere!

    This has to be one of the coldest winters for an extended period of time in the Texas panhandle this year.  Usually we have the extreme cold snaps and get to 15 degrees or lower  with the winds making the wind chills much colder for a few days.  Then we could be back into the […]

    Continue Reading February 20, 2014

  • Red eye my eye

    Okay, I’m going to say it ONE MORE TIME.   Please do not use “red eye” reliever drops.  You know the ones, they often go by the trade names of Visine, Murine, Cleareyes, etc…   Here’s why: Red eye reliever drops work by shrinking or constricting blood vessels.  The smaller the blood vessels are,  the […]

    Continue Reading September 26, 2013

  • Board Certification

                                                                   Tory W. Moore, O.D.,  Board Certified by the American Board of Optometry                One of 1200 ODs to Achieve […]

    Continue Reading September 21, 2013

  • Water, water, everywhere….

    In one of my English classes in 9th grade, Mrs Mowery had us read the poem, The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, by Samuel Taylor Coleridge.  The famous quote I always remember is “Water, water, everywhere….but not a drop to drink.”   As you could imagine, it would be quite tormenting to be surrounded by seawater […]

    Continue Reading August 14, 2013

  • The Devil is in the Details!

    Or in this case, in your cornea. The cornea is the clear covering on the outside front of your eyes.  It has five layers of tissue, with the bottom most layer called the endothelium.  It is a barrier to keep the fluid inside your eye from leaking out and making the cornea swollen and cloudy. […]

    Continue Reading May 17, 2012

  • Maybe It’s Not Your Contact Lens!

    At times contact lenses can be uncomfortable, especially in the climate of the Texas Panhandle.   Low humidity, wind, and lots of allergens do not make for an environment conducive to all day, comfortable contact lens wear.   A torn lens, a piece of lint or dust or lens coatings from using the same lens more than […]

    Continue Reading November 17, 2011