Do I Need to Wear Reading Glasses If I Have Presbyopia?
Presbyopia is a common age-related vision problem that often becomes noticeable around the age of 40. If you are noticing that small print is becoming…
How Dangerous Is Retinal Detachment?
Retinal detachment is an eye emergency that should be treated immediately to prevent permanent vision damage or blindness. Dr. Walter Choate explains why early intervention…
Extended-Wear Contact Lenses
Dr. Walter Choate offers extended-wear contact lenses to patients who want a safe alternative to refractive surgery.
Protecting Eye Health with Senior Eye Exams
Eye exams are important for protecting eye health and vision, especially for seniors. Find out how senior eye exams from Dr. Walter Choate can help…
neurolens Side Effects
Dry Eye Diagnosis and Testing
Millions of Americans suffer from dry eye. Board-certified optometrist Dr. Walter Choate goes over diagnosis and testing, and offers an overview of treatment.
What Are the Best Contacts for Dry Eyes?
Many contact lens wearers experience dry eyes. Making changes to the type of contact lenses you wear can help. Find out more about the best…
Stages of Diabetic Retinopathy
Diabetic retinopathy has four stages. The vision experts at Choate Eye Associates consider the signs and symptoms of this medical condition.
Cataract Surgery Recovery
Recovery from cataract surgery requires rest and avoiding certain activities until you are healed. Dr. Walter Choate offers patients some post-op advice.
Dry Eyes and Blurry Vision