Loudoun Eye Associates

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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Our hands touch a variety of surfaces throughout the day—counters, doorknobs, our phones, etc. So remember to wash your hands before touching your face or eyes to prevent spreading any germs into your body!

Water on contact lenses is a big no-no! Water contains microorganisms that could cause an eye infection, even if the water is clean.

Happy Labor Day! 🇺🇸 Get ready to BBQ, grab some great sales, hit up the beach or pool, and enjoy the time off. How will you celebrate this #laborday?

Finding ways to alleviate stress is so important for your health, including your vision! Symptoms like blurry vision, eye twitching, watery or dry eyes, and headaches can be reduced significantly by finding tension relieving strategies, meditation anyone?

In honor of Healthy Aging Month, let's all stay active and vibrant as long as possible! No one can escape aging, but don’t let that get you down. Let’s focus on the positive! Take a good look at yourself: are you where you want to be physically, socially, mentally, or financially? It's never too late to reinvent yourself!

Using electronic devices right before bed can obstruct your body’s internal clock (circadian rhythm). The blue light emitted from these devices hinders the release of the sleep-inducing hormone, melatonin, making it difficult to get a good night of quality sleep. Consider changing the settings on your phone to blue light filter/night shift or stop using your digital devices for at least 45 minutes before bedtime.

To keep safe & healthy, we're constantly washing our hands. But what about our smartphones? Studies have shown that these devices can be carriers for viruses, bacteria, & even fungi! Check with your phone manufacturer for cleaning instructions. If your hands are contaminated & you’ve been using your phone, chances are... it’s contaminated too!

Contact our office today to learn all about our blue light filter options for your glasses.

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Did you know that your glasses can potentially transfer viruses? COVID-19 can live on plastic and glass surfaces for several days. Cleaning our glasses frequently after touching them could stop the contamination cycle. Here’s how to disinfect your glasses:

Did you know that your glasses can potentially transfer viruses? COVID-19 can live on plastic and glass surfaces for several days. Cleaning our glasses frequently after touching them could stop the contamination cycle. Here’s how to disinfect your glasses:

Now, more than ever, is the time to upgrade their lenses with blue light protection or get them a pair of computer glasses.

With some of the kids going back to school this fall, please spend some time with them discussing ways to stay safe & protect themselves from COVID-19.

Whether your child is going to be learning at home or in school, don’t forget to add an eye exam to their “back-to-school checklist”. Learning usually involves reading, writing, computer work & even physical education — all of which require great vision. If your child is having trouble seeing clearly, he or she may feel tired & struggle to maintain focus. Here are 4 signs your child may have undetected vision problems:

Screen time can come at a price, often causing headaches, eye strain, insomnia, and even retinal damage.

In honor of National Eye Exam Month, don't put off your eye exam and schedule it! Go the extra mile and tell a friend, family, neighbor, anyone... to get theirs done too!

With the new school year right around the corner, this is the perfect time to schedule your child’s yearly eye exam, if you haven’t done so already! Keeping your child’s eyes safe is also an important part of maintaining healthy vision. Eye injuries are one of the leading causes of vision loss in children.

Children across the globe are now learning online through virtual classrooms. Whether they use a tablet, smartphone, or laptop, blue light emission from digital devices can potentially harm their eyes.

Don't forget to wear your sunglasses... enjoy your weekend! ​


5 Reasons Every Toddler Should Get an Eye Exam | IntroWellness

There are many reasons to have your toddler undergo an eye exam. Eye problems can cause a variety of learning and behavioral problems later in life. The earlier problems are diagnosed, the more effectively they can be treated. Excellent vision and visual skills can lead to academic success and, in turn, self-confidence.

introwellness.com All toddlers should have an eye exam before starting school! In this article, Dr. Elise Kramer goes over 5 reasons every toddler should get an eye exam.

If you could have any eye color what would it be? Comment below!👇


Coronavirus can enter the body through the eyes, study says

A study conducted by John Hopkins University shows that a specific protein in the eyes makes them a target for COVID-19 transmission. This may also explain why certain people with coronavirus first developed conjunctivitis.

nypost.com The novel coronavirus can be transmitted through the eyes because of a protein known as the “gateway” into cells inside the body, according to a new study. A team of researchers from the Johns Hopk…

Experiencing blurred vision? We can help! We're pros, after all 😏

Contact lens wearers: make sure to practice good hygiene when handling your contact lenses! Prior to inserting or removing contacts, wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water for 20 seconds, and fully dry your hands using a clean paper towel.

Schedule your healthy eye appointment today!

While the sun provides us with countless benefits, it can also be harmful to our skin and eyes. Over time, unprotected exposure to UV rays can lead to macular degeneration, cataracts, and even skin cancer. Below are three essential ways to protect yourself from harmful UV rays:

Let your flags fly and fireworks light up the sky, it’s the 4th of July!


Evidence shows these 3 steps are crucial to stop virus spread

Ever wonder whether wearing a mask and social distancing really works? A recent study conducted by McMaster University confirms the effectiveness of personal protective equipment (PPE) - including eye protection - along with physical distancing in preventing the spread of COVID-19.

aoa.org A new study underscores the effectiveness of personal protective equipment along with physical distancing in preventing COVID-19’s spread.

As pollen allergy symptoms begin to manifest during the COVID-19 pandemic, we may confuse one for the other, as both have similar symptoms. These include sore throat, headaches, and feeling tired.

Get your cameras ready 🤳 We’re celebrating #NationalSunglassesDay and we want to see you rockin’ your favorite pair of shades! Send us your #SunglassSelfie below 🕶


How to safely go on a summer vacation during the coronavirus era

Like most of us, when the coronavirus pandemic hit, all summer vacation plans got canceled and pushed to the side. Everyone deserves a vacation, more now than ever. Here are some ideas of things you can do to have a safe summer vacation:

cnn.com Covid-19 restrictions, border closures and fear of flying are leading travelers to plan vacations of a different variety this summer. Travelers have Plan Bs and Cs for this summer, with a strong focus on safety.


Handle with care: Don’t let your fun fizzle due to July 4 fireworks

June is Fireworks Eye Safety Month! Independence Day is right around the corner and the first thing that comes to mind is FIREWORKS 🎆! They are fun and beautiful to look at but can be so dangerous. Learn more about how to keep your eyes safe from fireworks:

aoa.org An estimated 9 percent of injuries due to fireworks in 2016 were to the eyes.

Happy Father’s Day to all the amazing dads out there! Today is also National Selfie Day, what a great way to celebrate both than by taking an amazing selfie with your favorite old man! Drop your selfies down below 👇

Hello Summer! How are you spending the first day of summer? Comment below! 👇

Giant squids have the largest eyes in the world. A giant squid's eye is about 10 inches in diameter which is about the size of a dinner plate or a human head!

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43480 Yukon Dr, Ste 214
Ashburn, VA

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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