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Full service Optometric practice. We regularly see patients for a wide range of issues, including primary care, specialty contact lens fittings, and pre/post operative care.
Clary Eye Associates has served the Ashburn community for over ten years. We're a locally owned, private optometric practice, which means unlike high volume corporately owned chains and franchises, we can spend more time with you during an eye exam and in our optical to ensure you receive the best, personalized care. Dr. Doran will listen to you to better understand your lifestyle and any challenges you experience with your vision, and will provide common sense options which will help you maintain optimal vision and enjoy a better quality of life.
Mission: Clary Eye Associates has served the Ashburn community for over ten years. We're a locally owned, private optometric practice, which means unlike high volume corporately owned chains and franchises, we can spend more time with you during an eye exam and in our optical to ensure you receive the best, personalized care. Dr. Doran will listen to you to better understand your lifestyle and any challenges you experience with your vision, and will provide common sense options which will help you maintain optimal vision and enjoy a better quality of life.
Wishing all of our friends, family, and patients a Merry Christmas!
Happy Holidays to all of our friends and patients!
Happy First Day of Winter! Comment below what you love the most about the wintertime?!
Some call it eye boogers, sleepers, mucus, eye discharge, or whatever you may call it! This buildup is natural. Technically known as rheum (pronounced “room”), is a collection of oil, mucus, cells, and debris from our tears that accumulate at the corners of our eyes while we sleep.
It’s almost that time of year again when gifts and toys flood the floors of our homes and eye safety is the last thing on our minds. The truth is, each year around this time our ER’s are treating thousands of toy-related injuries. Here are some top toys to avoid.
A scientist whose son lost his eye to cancer has created an app that can detect eye diseases in children by looking at their photos.
Its co-creator told "Newsweek" his son lost an eye to cancer.
Swollen eyelids? Here are the top 5 causes and how to treat and prevent it!
Find out how to prevent and treat swollen, puffy eyes.
It’s Black Friday – let the holiday shopping season begin! From Amazon to Target, Best Buy to Walmart, there are tons of sales to take advantage of & great bargains to grab. Where will you score some awesome deals? Happy shopping!
Happy Thanksgiving! As family & friends spend the holiday together, as turkey, black-eyed peas, and pumpkin pie make their way around the table, we hope you enjoy this time together. What are your family’s favorite traditions & Thanksgiving dishes? Comment below!
Spookfish have super-cool eyes, 1 part of their eye looks up for sunlight, another part looks down for other fish it can eat. This phenomenon is called diverticular eyes. How cool is THAT?
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Most vision benefits expire at the end of the year and they don’t even roll over to the new year! Make sure to use your vision benefits before you lose them.
Diabetes is on the rise. By 2030, it's expected that 522 million people will have the disease. That's why awareness & prevention are so critical. High blood sugar can lead to cataracts, glaucoma, blurry vision, and retinopathy. If you or a family member has diabetes, make sure to get your eyes checked yearly!
Let’s honor the bravery and sacrifice of ALL U.S. veterans from past and present. Thank you for serving our country and protecting our freedom.
Knowing your family vision history is so important! This helps us both know what issues to look out for since many are hereditary. The next time you and the family are together, take some time to ask!
Most people who are known as colorblind are actually color deficient. This means that while they can see colors, it’s difficult for them to distinguish between different shades of color. True color blindness (seeing only shades of black & white) is called Achromatopsia. Check out more facts about color blindness here:
50 Facts about Color Blindness #01 99% of all colorblind people are not really color blind but color deficient; the term color blindness is misleading. #02 Red-green color blindness is a combination of red-blindness (protan defects) and green-blindness (deutan defects). #03 Color blindness is more p...
A vegan diet is not only beneficial to your body and mind but also your eyes! Vegan foods such as kale, almonds, and oranges are super essential for maintaining healthy and keen eyesight. Share your favorite vegan dish in the comments below! #WorldVeganDay
Boo! From cartoons to TV characters & inanimate objects, this year’s most popular costumes range from fun to wild & wacky & of course, spooky. Considering Halloween contact lenses? Many over-the-counter lenses aren’t legal, safe, or hygienic, so make sure to get them from an eye doctor. Have a safe & happy Halloween!
Did you know that an owl has three eyelids?! One is used for blinking, one for sleeping, and one for keeping the eyes clean and healthy!
Did you know that your lashes survive for 90 days? New lashes grow in after that. Did you know that eyelash transplants are a real thing? Check out some other weird facts about eyelashes.
Here are 5 weird facts about eyelashes. As far as the human body goes, eyelashes appear to be a rather simple component of the whole; however, they are far m...
Wearing decorative contact lenses without a valid prescription can cause serious harm to your eyes such as eye scratches, sores, infections, and even vision loss. Don’t let an eye infection be the scariest part of your Halloween festivities!
The Fall Classic is just around the corner! The 115th World Series will be watched by millions across America. Will 2019 be one for the record books? Who are you rooting for? Let us know in the comments below.
Bats are not actually blind, they have perfectly good eyes for seeing in the daylight. Bats do most of their hunting at night so instead of relying on their sense of sight for night-time vision, they use a special skill called echolocation.
Not only does an eye exam check the vision and health of your eyes, but it also detects the early onset of many other health issues. That’s why yearly eye exams are so important! This World Sight Day, let’s pledge to get yearly eye exams and encourage friends and family to do the same! Let’s make #VisionFirst! #WorldSightDay
What do breast cancer and an eye exam have in common? An eye exam can detect signs of cancer. The best protection against breast cancer is early detection, so make sure to get a yearly eye exam and physical. Help spread awareness, give support and hope to others in your community.
It’s National Fire Prevention Week. Do you have a fire escape plan in your home, school, or office? If you don’t, there’s no time like the present. Check out the NFPA’s best practices & share your tips with the hashtag #FirePreventionWeek. Stay safe, everyone!
Since 1922, Fire Prevention Week (FPW) has been observed on the Sunday through Saturday period in which October 9 falls to commemorate the Great Chicago Fire of 1871. The theme of the 2018 campaign is “Look. Listen. Learn. Be aware. Fire can happen anywhere."
A study from Cornell University found that a daily cup of coffee can possibly protect against damaging effects to the retina caused by glaucoma, age-related vision loss, and diabetic retinopathy. How do you take your coffee?! ☕️
Most people follow a similar ritual: wake up, grab a cup of coffee. Where the ritual diverts, however, is in the coffee's preparation and ingredients.
Set your child up for success! Schedule an eye exam for your child today!
#frEYEdayFunFacts About the Sun! Did you know that the sun’s temperature is about 10,000°F? Do you know how long it takes for light from the sun to reach Earth? (8 minutes!) How many Earths could fit inside the sun? (about a million!) Check out more fun facts about the sun & test your knowledge. Remember to never look directly at the sun and always wear sunglasses when outdoors!
Easy Science for Kids Sun - The Closest Star to Our Earth - learn fun facts about animals, the human body, our planet and much more. Fun free Sun - The Closest Star to Our Earth activities!
Happy first day of Fall!
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They say you are what you eat & that certainly plays a role when it comes to vision. Certain foods can boost your vision & help prevent eye diseases. Include orange fruits & veggies in your diet – they’re rich in beta-carotene & can improve night vision. Nuts & seeds have antioxidants that can help protect against Dry Eye. Yum!
Just in time for football season, it’s Sports Eye Safety Month. Make sure your eyes (and your kids’ eyes) are well-protected with the right eyewear and gear. Regular eyeglasses just aren’t enough, so talk to your eye doctor about the latest & most advanced sports eye protection.
Book an eye exam for your child to ensure they have the best chance at success.
Fried, mashed, baked, grilled, or broiled, there are so many ways to cook up those spuds. Celebrate National Potato Month with your own take on one of the most popular dishes around. What’s your favorite? Post a photo of your dish or comment below 👇🥔
September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. This devastating disease affects 250,000 kids worldwide each year. Help raise awareness by sharing your stories & giving strength & hope to others. Wear a golden ribbon in support & use the hashtag #CCAM on social media.
Schedule an eye exam for you child before they go back to school.
Are you ready for some football? Check out the NFL schedule starting this month & watch game highlights online. Who’s your favorite team?
The official site of the 2019 NFL Schedule. Weekly view of the schedules including links to tickets, broadcast channels, and printable views.
It’s Labor Day! 🇺🇸 Get ready to BBQ with friends and family, grab some great sales deals, hit the beach, and enjoy the time off. How will you celebrate this #laborday?
Want to be the smartest person in the room? Take a look at these interesting (and not so well-known) facts about some pretty familiar people, places, and things.
Make sure your child is ready to go back to school. Book an eye exam today!
Not only is watermelon super hydrating during the summer but it is also beneficial to your eye health! Watermelon is a great source of vitamin A, which helps produce pigments in the retina of the eye, which protects against age-related macular degeneration.
Happy National Sunglasses Day! 😎Let’s celebrate by making sunglasses an everyday necessity for protecting your eyes. Post your sunglass selfies below 👇 #SunglassSelfie #NationalSunglassesDay
Ultraviolet radiation (UV) from the sun can increase the risk of multiple age-related eye problems, like cataracts, macular degeneration, etc. Because children tend to spend more time outdoors than most adults, proper eye protection is highly recommended.
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