Loudoun Eye Associates

The Optometrists and the staff at Loudoun Eye Associates are committed to providing our patients with a warm and personalized eye care experience like no other.

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Sleeping in contact lenses increases your risk for eye infections by six to eightfold as it prevents the eyes from getting the proper oxygen and hydration it needs to fight bacteria.

We’ve officially entered the holiday season! And you know what that means... toy giving and sharing is in full swing! However, every year, thousands of children suffer from toy-related eye injuries. Before purchasing toys for that special child in your life, take a moment to consider: “is this toy age-appropriate and safe?”

Don’t forget to use your flex spending account before they run out at the end of the year. Schedule an appointment today!

Happy Friday and have a great weekend!

Despite the pandemic this year, there are so many things to be grateful for: our wonderful patients, family, and friends—to name a few. Enjoy this time with loved ones and delight in the amazing feast. We wish you a happy and healthy Thanksgiving!

Your benefits run out by the end of the year! Book an eye exam today.

Wash your hands with soap and water before handling contact lenses. Place 1 lens in the palm of your hand, add a generous amount of solution, and gently rub with your finger for about 10 seconds in order to remove any buildup on the lens. Then, rinse the lens with solution. Repeat with the 2nd lens — and ta-da! They’re ready to wear!

We live in a world flooded with digital devices. As a result, you may be starting to experience digital eye strain, which makes your eyes feel sore, tired, watery, and/or dry. To prevent this from occurring, follow the 20-20-20 rule!

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Diabetes: nurses make the difference

This year’s theme for World Diabetes Day is, “The Nurse and Diabetes”. Nurses help support people living with all types of health concerns especially those that have diabetes. They face several challenges and education is so important to help equip nurses with the skills they need to help support them.

As the number of people with diabetes continues to rise across the world, the role of nurses and other health professional support staff is becoming increasi...

Schedule your appointment before time runs out on your vision plan and flex spending benefits.

Often, when winter is upon us our motivation to exercise and eat healthy foods tend to plummet along with the temperature. Don't let the cooler weather hold you back from staying healthy! Make sure you eat nutritious meals, stay active, limit alcoholic beverages, and avoid smoking tobacco.

Veterans Day, originally known as Armistice Day, is celebrated on the 11th day of the 11th month every year to thank, honor, and salute our heroes of the past, present, and future. Thank you for your service.

Beat the year-end rush! Use your vision benefits or flex spending plan. Schedule an appointment today.

One of the best ways to give your eyes love is to get at least 7 - 9 hours of sleep a night. A good night’s rest keeps the eyes ready for the next day and can prevent eye spasms, dryness, itchiness, strain, and bloodshot eyes. It also prevents dark circles from appearing around the eyes — and let's be honest, who wants those?!

Why is it so important for diabetics to get a yearly eye exam? Not only does diabetes affect your body but it can also seriously damage your vision, potentially leading to vision loss. With the proper care, like getting a yearly dilated eye exam & maintaining a healthy diet, you can help keep your eyes healthy! Contact us to schedule your yearly dilated eye exam.

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Now that face masks are part of our everyday wardrobe, you may notice your eyes getting a little dryer than usual. Here are some tips to keep that from happening:
- Wear a mask that fits snugly around your nose. This will ensure the moisture exits through the side of your mask and not above it.
- Try to blink more frequently.
- Ask us about lubricating eye drops.

Now that face masks are part of our everyday wardrobe, you may notice your eyes getting a little dryer than usual. Here are some tips to keep that from happening:
- Wear a mask that fits snugly around your nose. This will ensure the moisture exits through the side of your mask and not above it.
- Try to blink more frequently.
- Ask us about lubricating eye drops.

Schedule your appointment today!

Eye injuries are more likely to happen at home than anywhere else. Home cleaning, yard work, or even just playing with the kids puts you at risk for an eye injury. Make sure to wear the proper protective eyewear when handling chemicals, flying debris, and dust particles.

Scary things happen on Halloween... don't let an eye infection be the scariest! Decorative contacts are a great addition to any costume, but when used without a valid prescription, they may seriously harm your eyes & vision. Contact us to get safely fitted & enjoy a healthy and fun Halloween.

Scary things happen on Halloween... don't let an eye infection be the scariest! Decorative contacts are a great addition to any costume, but when used without a valid prescription, they may seriously harm your eyes & vision. Contact us to get safely fitted & enjoy a healthy and fun Halloween.

For those working and schooling from home, screen time has now doubled! Here are some tips to help minimize the damaging effects of too much screen time:

Have you decided on this year's Halloween costume? For most costumes, makeup is the most essential part! Here are some tips to help you avoid eye irritation or infection when using makeup:

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WSD 2020 - #HopeInSight

Billions of people around the world experience vision problems because they don’t have access to the proper eyecare & glasses. Most of these vision impairments could have been avoided had they been diagnosed & treated early on by an eye doctor. When was the last time you had an eye exam? Make sure to get annual eye exams and encourage your family, friends, and colleagues to do so as well! #HopeInSight

Try these simple tips to keep your glasses fog-free!
- Wear a mask that fits snugly around your nose.
- Place a folded tissue under your mask, right at the bridge of your nose, to absorb the moisture.
- Ask us about anti-fog sprays and wipes!

October is Eye Injury Prevention Month! Each year, thousands are affected by eye injuries, the majority of which could have been prevented by wearing proper protective eyewear & taking simple precautions. Believe it or not, half of eye injuries occur in our very homes!

Are objects at a distance or close by appearing blurry? If so, it's definitely time for an eye exam! Visit our website to schedule yours today.

Yay! It’s officially Fall! What do you look forward to the most this season? Comment below!

Which do you prefer to wear? Hit 👍 for glasses or ♥️ for contacts.

Thousands of sports-related eye injuries occur every year. Here’s a few tips on how to avoid them: Wear the correct eye protection and make sure they're polycarbonate lenses, they’re 10x more resistant to impact than other lenses. Wear additional protective eyewear, if you wear contact lenses or glasses. Wear eye protection if you've had any previous eye injuries or surgeries. Regularly inspect protective eyewear for any damages. Lastly, contact us to determine which protective eyewear is best for your needs!

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43480 Yukon Dr, Ste 214
Ashburn, VA
20147

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 17:30
Tuesday 10:00 - 18:30
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:30
Thursday 10:00 - 18:30
Friday 09:00 - 17:30
Saturday 09:00 - 14:00
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