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  • 1 week ago by TransVision,PC

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    WATCH DR. OZ : LIFE SAVING INFORMATION about our drinking water!!! How safe is our drinking water? https://www.youtube....mp;feature=share
  • 1 week ago by TransVision,PC

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    Dr. Tran is attending Health & Hydration seminar. Stay tuned & read about how safe is our drinking water?
  • 3 weeks ago by TransVision,PC

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    Meet our friendly team at TransVision. Come see us and our newly remodeled office❤️👍
    Meet our friendly team at TransVision. Come see us and our newly remod
    3 weeks ago 2
    Great picture. Love the new background.
    3 weeks ago 1
    Please do send
    Would love to share😘❤️👍
    3 weeks ago 1
    Best place ever! Love the new look and the beautiful sign! Great job Duke-Emily Nguyen! Can I post the pic of you correcting my vision at my visit with you? I sent you 3 pics...pic your favorite!♥️Love you!
  • 13 weeks ago by TransVision,PC

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    We produce three different types of tears: basal, reflex, and emotional. #eyefact
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  • 14 weeks ago by TransVision,PC

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    Happy National Golf Month! Where our eyes focus has a significant effect on our hand-eye coordination. Simply put, it just isn't easy to hit something and hit it solid if you aren't looking at it. When your eyes wonder, so do your arms and hands.
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  • 14 weeks ago by TransVision,PC

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    Watermelon is an excellent source of beta-carotene that is converted in the body to vitamin A. Watermelon also has vitamin C, lutein and zeaxanthin that are essential to keep your eyes healthy and free from different types of infections.
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  • 14 weeks ago by TransVision,PC

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    School-age children need an exam every two years after that if they have no visual problems. But if your child requires eyeglasses or contact lenses, schedule visits every 12 months.
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  • 15 weeks ago by TransVision,PC

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    Deuteranomaly—one form of red-green color blindness—is by far the most common form of color blindness.
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  • 15 weeks ago by TransVision,PC

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    Strabismus: a visual problem in which the eyes are not aligned properly and point in different directions. One eye may look straight ahead, while the other eye turns inward, outward, upward, or downward.
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  • 15 weeks ago by TransVision,PC

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    "Children with color vision deficiency may perform poorly on tests or assignments that employ color-coded materials. If the student and their parents are unaware of the issue, those students may struggle in class, leading teachers to group them in the wrong academic track at school."
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  • 15 weeks ago by TransVision,PC

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    "Children with color vision deficiency may perform poorly on tests or assignments that employ color-coded materials. If the student and their parents are unaware of the issue, those students may struggle in class, leading teachers to group them in the wrong academic track at school."
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  • 16 weeks ago by TransVision,PC

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    That feeling when you get a new pair of glasses
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  • 16 weeks ago by TransVision,PC

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    Presbyopia is farsightedness caused by loss of elasticity of the lens of the eye, occurring typically in middle and old age.
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  • 16 weeks ago by TransVision,PC

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    It's Shark week! Sharks have a special tissue that makes them particularly adept at seeing under water. This biological reflector system in the eye enables sharks to contract and dilate their pupils unlike other bony fish.
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  • 17 weeks ago by TransVision,PC

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    Don't forget to pack your glasses and/or contact lenses!
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  • 17 weeks ago by TransVision,PC

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    Live in the sunshine...but not without your sunglasses!
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  • 17 weeks ago by TransVision,PC

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    Eye care is so important because our eyes are the primary way we process the world.
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  • 18 weeks ago by TransVision,PC

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    Fun Fact Friday!
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  • 18 weeks ago by TransVision,PC

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    Our vision is to help our patients see the world. What's yours?
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  • 18 weeks ago by TransVision,PC

    TransVision,PC
    Do you know how to prevent digital eye strain?
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