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What’s New

Keep up-to-date on the latest vision-related news and eye care events in our Practice.

Ease Eye Strain in Today’s Digital World

According to recent survey, four out of five Americans spend significant amount of time in front of their computer or on a handheld device. Between work and home many people spend more than 10 hours everyday on a computer!  Newer devices are getting even smaller and more portable, which makes...

Welcome to our New Website

We invite you to take a look around our new site to get to know our practice and learn about eye and vision health. You will find a wealth of information about our optometrists, our staff and our services, as well as facts and advice about how to take care...

Pink, Stinging Eyes?

Conjunctivitis, also called pink eye, is one of the most frequently seen eye diseases, especially in kids. It can be caused by viruses, bacteria or even allergies to pollen, chlorine in swimming pools, and ingredients in cosmetics, or other irritants, which touch the eyes. Some forms of conjunctivitis might be...

Request Your Next Appointment Online…

You can now request your next appointment online! Visit the Contact Us section of our site at anytime and complete the form.  We'll receive the form via email and call you back to confirm your appointment request.  We'll be sure to call you back within one business day....

Eye Care Is More Than Just Blurry Vision

The fear of going blind is a scary thought in most people’s minds.  However, Lighthouse International conducted a new survey showing six out of seven people that are at risk for, or who currently have, eye disease do not get annual eye exams. Some of the reasons people may forgo eye care...

Contact Lenses Can Be A Safe Option When Used Properly

In the United States, 40 million people use contact lenses to improve their vision. While most of these contact lens wearers adhere to the guidelines set out by their doctors,  many do not. According to the American Optometric Association‘s annual American Eye-Q® survey, many people are putting their health and vision at...

A Hilarious Comedy Routine About The Eye Doctor

Brian Regan is a great standup comedian.  Here is a bit about his trip to the Optometrist…     Enjoy from Clarin Eye Care...

Revolutionary Routine Eye Exams

I was proud to join my father, Dr. Bruce Clarin, in the practice of optometry six years ago. Upon graduating, I felt my book knowledge was second to none, and I was proud to join an optometrist who also kept up with the latest in eye care education and current...

Pixels Are In The Eye Of The Beholder

Searching for another Ultra HiDef television or a high-end cell phone? It looks like tech fans interested in a sharper view are sometimes paying for a larger number of pixels than their eyes can really see. With regards to televisions touting new 4k innovation, “a regular human isn’t going to...

Eye Tips For The Barbecue

The dog days of summer are upon us, and in Miami that means barbecue season is here.  Whether you’re a novice or an accomplished chef, there are eye care tips that can help make your grilling experience a little safer on the eyes. Proper eye care, just like grilling, starts with food preparation.  Chopping onions and...

In Eye Care, ‘Good’ Bacteria Can Battle ‘Bad’ To Prevent Infections

Just as predators attack their prey in the wild, there are bacteria that hunt and destroy other bacteria. Scientists have now found a way to put these predator microbes to work — to attack dangerous bacteria that cause eye infections and have grown resistant to antibiotics. This study was performed by Daniel...

Your Brain, Not Your Eyes, Keeps Color Vision Constant Across Lifespan

Inside the eye, tiny photoreceptors called cones are activated by light.  Each cone is stimulated by a different color, and together, the three types of cones make up the wonderful spectrum of colors we can see. But did you know that cone receptors in the human eye lose their color...

Can You Hit a 90 Mph Baseball? Scientists Pinpoint How We See It Coming

How does San Francisco Giants slugger Pablo Sandoval hit a 95 mph fastball, or tennis star Venus Williams return her sister Serena’s 120 mph serves? For the first time, vision scientists at the University of California, Berkeley, have identified how our brains track fast-moving objects. The discovery advances our understanding...