How to View a Solar Eclipse

General, Health, Uncategorized

A total solar eclipse will take place on Monday, August 21, 2017. A total solar eclipse results when the Moon passes between Earth and the Sun. The Moon will be totally covering the image of the Sun when viewed by an observer on Earth.Looking directly at a solar eclipse without proper eye protection can cause […]

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Dr. Spero Kinnas Appointed Chair for 2017 ISEPS/COS

Eye Treatments, General, Health, News

 Dr. Spero Kinnas Appointed Program Chair for the 2017 Illinois Society of Eye Physicians & Surgeons and the Chicago Ophthalmological Society Annual Meeting. Dr. Kinnas was chosen to chair the Certified Ophthalmic Technician (COT) section during the April 7, 2017 meeting of the Illinois Society of Eye Physicians & Surgeons and the Chicago Ophthalmological Society […]

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Hinsdale Surgical Center Moves to New Location

Cataract, General, News, Ophthalmology Clinic

In an effort to modernize, Hinsdale Surgical Center has relocated to its new nearby facility at 10 Salt Creek Lane, Hinsdale, IL 60521, while continuing to serve the neighboring communities, including: Westmont Western Springs Lagrange Elmhurst North Riverside Hotchkins Oakbrook Oak Park Brookfield Willow Springs Darien And more Hinsdale Eye Surgery Dr. Spero Kinnas has been a medical/surgical […]

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Bell’s Palsy

Eye Conditions, Eye Treatments, General, Health, Ophthalmology Clinic

Bell’s palsy is a disorder of the facial nerve, the seventh cranial nerve. This condition causes partial paralysis on one side of the face, affecting the muscles of facial expression. Bell’s palsy usually occurs in adults and develops suddenly. Symptoms of Bell’s palsy include the inability to smile on one side or close one eyelid […]

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Computer Screens

Eye Conditions, Eye Treatments, General, Health, News

Complaints of eye discomfort and fatigue are becoming more common as the use of computer screens increases. While it is true that computer screens can cause eyestrain, there is no convincing evidence that they can harm the eyes. Some people fear that computer screens emit damaging ultraviolet (UV) light or radiation. The amount of UV […]

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