Sleeping in Your Contact Lenses… On Purpose?

Have you ever been to your doctor’s office and been scolded for sleeping in your contact lenses? Did you know that there are three types of lenses that you can sleep in if you are directed to by your doctor?

Corneal Disease and Contact Lenses

If you have these symptoms, does that mean it is just something you have to live with? Well, yes and no. There is no “magic pill” to make keratoconus go away, but that does not mean you have to deal with blurry vision for the rest of your life.

A Culture of Care—Travis’ Story

Travis was looking for a new contact lens option when he found Jensen Eye Care. After being unimpressed with other places in town, he came through the doors and liked what he saw—more specifically he was impressed with the technology, the speed with which he got in and out of his exam, and the care he received.

What Makes a Good Contact Lens?

There are three contact lens factors that affect the success of a contact lens wearer. (There are also factors of the eye that can affect contact lenses such as disease and dry eye. However, for this article, I am concentrating on the factors specific to the lens itself.)

Contacts and Astigmatism

If you really want contact lenses but have never been able to get them, I want you to know it is possible to get you in a lens that you can be happy with.

Struggling with Contact Lenses?

​Almost every time I fit a contact lens I am trying to solve one of three problems—fit, vision, and comfort. Most of my contact lens wearers struggle with at least one of these.

A Note About Safety Glasses

A short message about the importance of Safety Glasses.

What is Available to Help Me Treat My Dry Eyes if Drops Don’t Help Me?

So you’ve tried the over-the-counter artificial drops and they don’t seem to help much. Is there anything else we can do to help you get rid of the stinging, burning, watering eyes? Thankfully, the answer to your question is, YES!

If I Come in For a Dry Eye Consultation, How Much Will This Cost Me?

After learning more about dry eyes, you might now recognize that you need help getting your dry eye problems under control. Yet, you may be hesitant to schedule a consultation because you don’t know how much it will cost you.

6 Reasons Your Eyes Might Be Dry

I am asked on a regular basis the why question. Patients want to know why they have a dry eye problem.Here is a short list of reasons why your eyes might be dry when they didn’t used to be.

Diabetes and Your Eyes

This month is Diabetic Eye Disease Awareness Month, and Dr. Seth has some information to share about your eyes if you have diabetes.

If You Are a Dry Eye Sufferer, Dr. Jensen Can Help You.

Statistically, over 10% of the population suffers from dry eyes at some level. Casper’s dry windy climate makes it worse. Many sufferers either don’t know they can do anything about their miserable dry eyes or they are using eye drops that don’t do much good.

If My Eyes Are Dry, Why Do They Water So Much?

Almost daily, I hear patients ask me how their eyes can be dry when they water so much.

Do You Have Dry Eyes?

Doctor Clark explains dry eyes in this short video, and what you can do about them.

Eye Care For Your Child

In this short video, Doctor Seth talks about eye care for your child.

A Note From Kendra

As I sat through Thursday morning’s recharge meeting, I realized how lucky I am to work for people who encourage me to learn and grow on a daily basis. Dr. Clark and Dr. Seth not only exude genuine care for their patients, but also for their employees.

What Are Cataracts?

In this short video, Doctor Seth talks about cataracts.

To Help Ease Concerns

Hello! My name is Christa. I am an employee at Jensen Eye Care, but I am also a patient along with my daughter, Aryanna. I would like to talk with you about infant eye care—its importance, and how a parent may feel taking their infant to the eye doctor.

Sunglasses & UV Protection

You probably know that UV stands for Ultraviolet light, that UV comes from the sun, and that UV can cause damage to your skin; you also probably know that sunscreen helps to protect our skin from UV damage; and you probably intuitively understand that too much UV can damage the eye as well as your skin.

A Culture of Care—Patty’s Story

Meet Patty. Patty loves to read, crochet, and sew. She also loves all things pink!