Carolina Eye Care Huntersville

Carolina Eye Care Huntersville Family eye care with hometown service.
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Eye health care, eyeglasses, sunglasses and contact lenses for the whole family in downtown Huntersville away from busy intersections and shopping centers.

Have you been naughty or nice to your eyes in 2023? It’s not too late: Call today to schedule your eye exam.
12/08/2023

Have you been naughty or nice to your eyes in 2023? It’s not too late: Call today to schedule your eye exam.

Appointments are filling up fast for Winter Break: If your student needs an eye exam while they’re home, call us today t...
12/07/2023

Appointments are filling up fast for Winter Break: If your student needs an eye exam while they’re home, call us today to schedule it. With cool new glasses in their updated prescription, they’ll ace every class next semester, right!?

Have Flex Savings Funds to use (or risk losing) by end-of-year? Call us today to schedule your family eye exams. You can...
12/05/2023

Have Flex Savings Funds to use (or risk losing) by end-of-year? Call us today to schedule your family eye exams. You can use FSA plan contributions to cover your spouse, children, and covered dependents listed on this year’s tax return.

Is your college student coming home for Winter Break? We have a few appointments left, but it’s a busy time of year in o...
12/01/2023

Is your college student coming home for Winter Break? We have a few appointments left, but it’s a busy time of year in our office. Schedule their annual eye exam now!

Need to use your Flex Savings Funds by Dec. 31? Here are 6 great options:1. Annual comprehensive eye exam2. Prescription...
11/29/2023

Need to use your Flex Savings Funds by Dec. 31? Here are 6 great options:
1. Annual comprehensive eye exam
2. Prescription glasses, sports goggles, safety glasses
3. A year’s supply of contact lenses
4. Prescription sunglasses
5. Dry Eye treatment
6. Computer glasses

Have a Flexible Spending Account (FSA) through your employer? Time to use it or lose it! Call us today to schedule your ...
11/27/2023

Have a Flexible Spending Account (FSA) through your employer? Time to use it or lose it! Call us today to schedule your eye exam and treat yourself to a new pair of prescription glasses, prescription sunglasses, or a year’s worth of contacts—before Flex Funds expire on Dec 31st!

Focus on the ABCs of diabetic disease management to keep Diabetic Eye Disease at bay:A: Normalize A1C and keep blood sug...
11/24/2023

Focus on the ABCs of diabetic disease management to keep Diabetic Eye Disease at bay:
A: Normalize A1C and keep blood sugar under control
B: Monitor and manage Blood Pressure
C: Lower your Cholesterol —and quit smoking!

What are some symptoms of Diabetic Eye Disease?• Significant increase in floaters – spots or dark strings• Dark, shadowy...
11/21/2023

What are some symptoms of Diabetic Eye Disease?
• Significant increase in floaters – spots or dark strings
• Dark, shadowy areas in the visual field or areas of vision loss
• Wavy or blurry vision
• Flashes of light
• Frequent day-to-day changes in vision

Diabetic Eye Disease impacts more than 9.6 million people in the US. Left untreated, diabetic retinopathy is a leading c...
11/20/2023

Diabetic Eye Disease impacts more than 9.6 million people in the US. Left untreated, diabetic retinopathy is a leading cause of blindness. Don’t let it happen to you! Your eye doctor is your partner in helping protect your eye health.

Today is the Great American Smokeout! Smoking is the single largest preventable cause of death and illness in the world....
11/18/2023

Today is the Great American Smokeout! Smoking is the single largest preventable cause of death and illness in the world. About 34 million Americans still smoke ci******es. If you’re one of them, make today the day you quit for good. https://ow.ly/Fnla50Q4k7O

If you’re living with diabetes, QUIT smoking. Smoking increases your risk of developing sight-stealing conditions, inclu...
11/15/2023

If you’re living with diabetes, QUIT smoking. Smoking increases your risk of developing sight-stealing conditions, including diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, and cataracts.

Today is World Diabetes Day. 1 in 10 adults worldwide have diabetes. Close to half are not yet diagnosed. Diabetes affec...
11/14/2023

Today is World Diabetes Day. 1 in 10 adults worldwide have diabetes. Close to half are not yet diagnosed. Diabetes affects your eyes and can cause blindness. Know your risk!

Diabetic Eye Disease 101: When blood sugar spikes, it damages blood vessels that supply the retina. That causes fluid to...
11/10/2023

Diabetic Eye Disease 101: When blood sugar spikes, it damages blood vessels that supply the retina. That causes fluid to build up in your eye -- resulting in blurred vision. If you have diabetes, control your blood sugar and see your optometrist regularly.

An annual comprehensive eye exam with your optometrist is your first line of defense against vision damage resulting fro...
11/08/2023

An annual comprehensive eye exam with your optometrist is your first line of defense against vision damage resulting from uncontrolled blood sugar associated with diabetes. Have you scheduled your 2023 eye exam yet?

Patients with diabetes are at higher risk for eye diseases that can result in vision loss, including diabetic retinopath...
11/06/2023

Patients with diabetes are at higher risk for eye diseases that can result in vision loss, including diabetic retinopathy and macular edema. But there’s good news: Your eye doctor can detect the earliest signs of diabetes and catch them before you even notice a change in vision!

November is Diabetic Eye Disease Awareness Month. With more than 37 million Americans suffering from diabetes—10% of the...
11/02/2023

November is Diabetic Eye Disease Awareness Month. With more than 37 million Americans suffering from diabetes—10% of the population—it’s critical to understand that there is a strong link between diabetes and loss of vision.

Buying (and wearing) costume contact lenses on the internet or in a Halloween costume store puts you at risk for eye inf...
10/31/2023

Buying (and wearing) costume contact lenses on the internet or in a Halloween costume store puts you at risk for eye infections and injuries that could permanently damage your eyes and cause partial or total blindness. It’s not worth the risk!

Planning to wear non-prescription, novelty contact lenses this Halloween? Don’t do it! Poorly fitting “spooky” contact l...
10/30/2023

Planning to wear non-prescription, novelty contact lenses this Halloween? Don’t do it! Poorly fitting “spooky” contact lenses can cause eye infections, corneal ulcers, and injuries that may even lead to blindness. Protect your vision: Only wear contact lenses prescribed and fitted by your optometrist.

Did you know that your eye doctor can diagnose early-stage diabetes? Diabetes targets the small vessels of the retina. E...
10/27/2023

Did you know that your eye doctor can diagnose early-stage diabetes? Diabetes targets the small vessels of the retina. Each year, doctors of optometry diagnose 400,000+ cases of diabetic retinopathy in U.S. patients who did not even know they had diabetes!

During a dilated eye exam, your optometrist can detect blood vessel blockages in the back of the eye, which indicate a h...
10/24/2023

During a dilated eye exam, your optometrist can detect blood vessel blockages in the back of the eye, which indicate a high risk for stroke. An annual eye exam can help detect increased stroke risk before an actual stroke occurs -- especially in older patients.

Do you have bulging eyes? Eyeballs that protrude from eyelids that seem retracted could be a symptom of Grave’s Disease ...
10/23/2023

Do you have bulging eyes? Eyeballs that protrude from eyelids that seem retracted could be a symptom of Grave’s Disease or another severe thyroid condition. Grave’s Disease affects the tissues and muscles around the eye and may cause blurry vision, vision loss, or dry eyes.

Your optometrist can detect severe health conditions by examining your eyes -- often quite early before you notice sympt...
10/20/2023

Your optometrist can detect severe health conditions by examining your eyes -- often quite early before you notice symptoms. Here are 7 serious health issues your eye doctor is watching for:
1. Diabetes
2. High Blood Pressure
3. Thyroid disease
4. Rheumatoid Arthritis
5. Heart disease
6. High cholesterol
7. Cancer

10/19/2023

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Lyme disease, spread by ticks, is a bloodborne infection with many symptoms that can be difficult to diagnose. Sometimes...
10/18/2023

Lyme disease, spread by ticks, is a bloodborne infection with many symptoms that can be difficult to diagnose. Sometimes the eyes show telltale signs, such as inflammation of the optic nerve, and an increase in “floaters” when the infection begins.

Have a new baby? Watch for these signs that could indicate vision or eye problems:• Encrusted or red eyelids• Discharge ...
10/17/2023

Have a new baby? Watch for these signs that could indicate vision or eye problems:
• Encrusted or red eyelids
• Discharge or pus coming from the eye
• Extreme sensitivity to light
• Constant eye turning
• Excessive tearing
• Appearance of a white pupil

Did you know? Babies aren’t born with the ability to “see” as we adults perceive our sense of sight. Instead, they “lear...
10/13/2023

Did you know? Babies aren’t born with the ability to “see” as we adults perceive our sense of sight. Instead, they “learn to see” over time -- just as they learn to roll over, sit up, crawl, and walk!

Hey new parents: Don’t overlook your baby’s vision development. At about age 6 months, have their vision evaluated by an...
10/11/2023

Hey new parents: Don’t overlook your baby’s vision development. At about age 6 months, have their vision evaluated by an optometrist to ensure those adorable eyes are developing properly.

Never share eye makeup or makeup brushes with another person. Bacterial and viral eye infections such as pink eye (conju...
10/09/2023

Never share eye makeup or makeup brushes with another person. Bacterial and viral eye infections such as pink eye (conjunctivitis) spread quickly from that practice.

Is it pink eye? Symptoms often include:• Pink, irritated discoloration of the eyes• Watery eyes• A gritty feel• Itchines...
10/05/2023

Is it pink eye? Symptoms often include:
• Pink, irritated discoloration of the eyes
• Watery eyes
• A gritty feel
• Itchiness, irritation, or burning
• Pus or discharge from the eye
• Crusting of the eyelid or lashes

Pink eye – AKA conjunctivitis – is an infection of the clear, thin layer of tissue that covers the whites of your eye. I...
10/05/2023

Pink eye – AKA conjunctivitis – is an infection of the clear, thin layer of tissue that covers the whites of your eye. It can affect one or both eyes, and is highly contagious. If you suspect pink eye, call your optometrist immediately.

Protect yourself and others from pink eye:• Wash your hands often with soap and water• Avoid touching or rubbing your ey...
10/02/2023

Protect yourself and others from pink eye:
• Wash your hands often with soap and water
• Avoid touching or rubbing your eyes
• Avoid sharing makeup, eye drops, towels, bedding, and eyeglasses
• Do not use the same eye products on your infected and non-infected eyes
• While you have pink eye, don’t wear contact lenses!

Back-to-school means back-to-germs. Touching doorknobs, keyboards, railings and playground equipment and then touching o...
09/28/2023

Back-to-school means back-to-germs. Touching doorknobs, keyboards, railings and playground equipment and then touching our faces--something the average person does hundreds of times a day--can result in an eye infection.

Did you know that public school kids in the U.S. miss 3 million school days each year because of pink eye? Pink eye is h...
09/26/2023

Did you know that public school kids in the U.S. miss 3 million school days each year because of pink eye? Pink eye is highly contagious! If you or your child has it, wash your hands often.

Digital eye strain affects both kids and adults. Talk to your kids about how screens can make our eyes work harder than ...
09/25/2023

Digital eye strain affects both kids and adults. Talk to your kids about how screens can make our eyes work harder than they’re used to, and encourage them to tell you if their eyes feel tired, sore, or itchy after screen time.

Kids may complain of digital eye strain symptoms at the start of the school year. If your child complains about eye sore...
09/22/2023

Kids may complain of digital eye strain symptoms at the start of the school year. If your child complains about eye soreness, burning, itching, or dryness after using electronic devices, schedule an appointment to discuss specialized computer glasses that reduce eye fatigue.

Back to school or back to screen? According to the American Optometric Association, as children return to the classroom ...
09/20/2023

Back to school or back to screen? According to the American Optometric Association, as children return to the classroom after a summer of outdoor play, their screen time often doubles compared with summer.

Eyes tired and blurry at the end of the day? If you work at a computer, practice the 20-20-20 rule: About every 20 minut...
09/18/2023

Eyes tired and blurry at the end of the day? If you work at a computer, practice the 20-20-20 rule: About every 20 minutes, stop staring at your digital screen. Shift your gaze and focus on an object 20 feet away for 20 seconds.

Concerned that your eyes hurt after staring at digital screens all day? Ask us about prescription computer glasses with ...
09/15/2023

Concerned that your eyes hurt after staring at digital screens all day? Ask us about prescription computer glasses with a special coating that blocks blue light to help ease the strain on your visual system.

Back-to-school means back to tablets, computers, e-readers and cell phones. The more time spent staring into these devic...
09/14/2023

Back-to-school means back to tablets, computers, e-readers and cell phones. The more time spent staring into these devices, the greater the strain on your eyes. If you’re experiencing digital eye strain symptoms, call your optometrist.

Spend a lot of time staring at screens? Beware digital eye strain. Symptoms include:• Sore, tired, burning, itching eyes...
09/13/2023

Spend a lot of time staring at screens? Beware digital eye strain. Symptoms include:
• Sore, tired, burning, itching eyes
• Watery or dry eyes
• Blurred or double vision
• Headaches
• Sore neck, shoulders or back
• Feeling that you can’t keep your eyes open

Address

215 Gilead Road
Huntersville, NC
28078

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 5pm
Tuesday 8am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 5pm
Thursday 8am - 7pm
Friday 8am - 12pm

Telephone

(704) 992-3937

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Our practice opened in February of 2010. Dr. Keith Miller practiced in Concord, NC for many years until he made the move to Huntersville. We pride ourselves on keeping the hometown feel and developing relationships with our patients. With Dr. Miller being the only doctor in the practice currently we are able to focus mostly on one patient at a time. If you are ready to find an eye doctor that focuses on you give us a call today!

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