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How To Select The Best Lens Material

The 3rd video in our What Do Optometrists Really Do series explains why it's so critical to select the right lens material for your new glasses.  Your lifestyle, your lens Read More

What Do Optometrists Really Do?

We've started a new video series entitled What Do Optometrists Really Do.  Most people don't understand that there is a great deal of difference in the services provided by OD Read More

Should You Buy Glasses Online?

We've created a short video that will help you determine if you should order your eyeglasses online.  You can access this video HERE Read More

Contact Lenses & Covid 19

Is It Dangerous To Wear Contact Lenses During The Covid Crisis? There are two basic risks to wearing contacts in the current covid environment.  Both can be easily managed.  Here is Read More

INSIDE OUT DRY EYE TREATMENT

I work on my computer a lot.  Whether it's looking at patient charts, managing the business side of the practice, writing articles, learning about the latest eye care trends, participating Read More

WE ARE OPEN!

Over the past few weeks we have been providing urgent care with either telemedicine or on site patient visits.  Per Governor Reynolds guidelines, we started seeing patients for routine eye care Read More

What 90% Of People Don't Know About Macular Degeneration

Macular degeneration, or AMD (Age related Macular Degeneration), continues to be one of the leading causes of vision loss in the United States.  At Eye Care Associates Of New Hampton, Read More

Free Shipping During This Crisis

To reduce our patient's risk for exposure to the coronavirus, we are offering free delivery on orders over $30.  You can now receive your macular degeneration supplements, dry eye products, Read More

OUR CORONA VIRUS PROTOCOL

The risk of getting the corona virus in Iowa is still small. We just wanted to let you know that we are aware and that proper precautions have already been Read More

Can Macular Supplements Help Prevent Alzheimer's Disease?

Recent studies indicate that people with risk factors for age-related macular degeneration (AMD) also have reduced cognitive function which puts them at higher risk for developing Alzheimer's disease (AD).The macula Read More

ECA Has Certified Clinical Laboratory

Eye Care Associates Of New Hampton has just been certified by the state of Iowa as a diagnostic clinical laboratory.  This certification ensures that our lab tests provide the quality Read More

Technology Makes Wearing Bifocal Contact Lenses Easier Than Ever!

It's widely known that once someone gets into their mid 40's, their ability to perform near point tasks becomes more difficult. Reading glasses, bifocals or progressive lenses are then needed Read More

WE'RE PROUD OF OUR MEDICARE PERFORMANCE SCORES

We thought you would like to know that Medicare has rated our eye care clinic 100 out of 100 based on several factors. That means that we are providing the Read More

Light Adapting Contact Lenses Available Soon

Be One Of The First In Iowa To Try These Amazing Contacts Imagine having contact lenses that automatically control light intensity and glare!  EYE CARE ASSOCIATES OF NEW HAMPTON will be Read More

Use Flex Dollars For Prescription Eyewear And Contact Lenses

Many people don't realize that they can use their remaining FSA dollars on prescription eyewear.  Computer glasses can reduce or eliminate eye strain when you're using your phone, tablet or Read More

New Technology For Diabetic Macular Degeneration and Glaucoma Patients

Eye Care Associates Of New Hampton has added new medical technology again!  It's called OCTA, which stands for Optical Coherence Tomography Angiography.  At the present time it is only available Read More

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