Cherry Creek Eye Center

Dr. Brock and Sammy McKay

Keeping an eagle eye: Annual exams help maintain aging vision

by Howard Rothman

Late last year, Sammy McKay woke up with severe pain in her right eye. The 65-year-old Buena Vista resident had been blind for more than 10 years from what she believed was age-related macular degeneration, a leading cause of permanent vision impairment among the aging. But when she sought care for...

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Baby blues

Age-proof your eyes

by Jan Sheehan

The eyes are the windows to the world. But as you age, your eyes change. Some of these changes can threaten your vision. Sight-stealing eye problems affect one in six adults over age 45, according to the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AOA). The AOA estimates the number of people suffering from...

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