Entries by Dr. Edward Paul, OD, PhD

4 Qualities to Look For In An Eye Doctor

Your eye doctor is your partner in maintaining good eye health, so it’s important to choose an eye doctor in Wilmington, NC, that you can trust. Below are four qualities you should look for when you’re looking for an eye doctor in the Wilmington area. 1. Experience As you’re calling around to different eye doctors, […]

Are MiSight Contact Lenses a Better Solution for Treating Your Child’s Myopia?

Myopia is a common eye condition in children with a primary symptom of nearsightedness. Distant objects appear blurry because their eyes grow longer over time. Unfortunately, the condition tends to worsen without treatment. Paul Vision Institute is pleased to offer MiSight contact lenses in Wilmington, NC for the treatment of myopia in children ages 8 […]

Winter Care Tips to Keep Your Eyes Healthy

Winter is here! At this time of year, changes in the environment can lead to changes in the way your eyes feel as well as their overall health. Fortunately, there are many things you can do to take care of your eyes. By seeing the eye doctor in Wilmington, NC and by taking steps to promote good […]

How Latisse™ Thickens and Extends Your Eyelashes

Latisse™ is an eyelash treatment that relies on a liquid compound called bimatoprost to improve the look and length of your eyelashes. We’ll look at the details of what it is, how it works, and what you should know if you’re considering getting it for yourself. What Is Latisse™? Latisse in Wilmington, NC is clinically approved […]

Can People With Dry Eye Syndrome Wear Contacts?  

If you are undergoing treatment for dry eye syndrome in Wilmington, NC, you may wonder if you will be able to wear contact lenses with this condition. The symptoms of dry eye syndrome include poor night vision, tender eyes, sandy sensation, excessive dryness and more. Millions of people with dry eye syndrome are able to […]

What is Macular Degeneration?  

One of the leading causes of vision loss around the world is macular degeneration. Approximately 11 million Americans today suffer from macular degeneration, but by 2050, that figure is anticipated to rise to more than 22 million. Macular degeneration, also known as age-related macular degeneration (AMD), is the most common cause of visual loss in […]