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Our new employee is a race car champion (not kidding)

During the week, you’ll see our new Optical Manager at our Mansfield office, dressed like this… But come Saturday night, Andrew Kun takes off his tie and trades it for his helmet and racing gear. Yup, that’s him.  Our new employee is a race car champion. Andrew has the need for speed.  The licensed optician

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My Moment Of Uncertainty In Mexico

Last week, my staff Barbara and Tori, my oldest son Ryan, and myself, returned to U.S. soil.  We spent several days in Mexico. Our mission was simple: help thousands of people see better and feel better.  I’m happy to report that we, along with a team of 30 volunteers, can call it: MISSION COMPLETE.  We

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Dr. Lambert’s Little Secret…

Last month, we shared three things you might not know about Dr. Lynch. To recap… He’s training for the Martha’s Vineyard Marathon (May 18th) He biked 214 miles in one day last summer He’s a family man But enough about Dr. Lynch This month is all about Dr. Lambert! Over the next few months, we’re

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How my first son helped create BayState Eye Center

This story is about the creation of BayState Eye Center.  It all started in 2nd grade.  I didn’t know I had an issue, but a visit to the eye doctor revealed I did. So, I got glasses.  I can still remember the first time seeing clearly.  I could see the leaves on the trees!  I

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Presbyopia: What You Need to Know

What is presbyopia? Presbyopia is an extremely common condition that affects the eyes with age. Even if it hasn’t affected you yet, you have surely seen people who hold their newspaper or menu out at arms length in order to read it. This is a classic symptom of presbyopia, the inability to focus up close

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Myopia Control at BayState Eye Center

What is myopia? Myopia, also known as nearsightedness, causes vision to be blurry far away without glasses. Typically, the eye is too long, resulting in blurry vision. Other factors like the shape of the lens or cornea can contribute to myopia. Traditionally, myopia has been corrected with glasses or contact lenses.   Why does my

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Orthokeratology

Orthokeratology (Ortho-K) is a non-surgical procedure using specially designed contact lenses to gently reshape the eye to correct vision. The custom contacts are worn during sleep and removed in the morning, providing clear vision during the day. This eliminates the need for glasses and contacts. Ortho-K is most commonly used to correct myopia (nearsightedness), but

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BayState Eye Center now offers Myopia Control Treatment!

Dr. Meghan Lambert tells her story on having myopia: In third grade, I noticed I couldn’t see the board in school very well unless I was in the front of the classroom. When I went to my optometrist, he broke the news that I needed my first pair of glasses. I only had to wear

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Purchasing Glasses: A Comprehensive Guide

Barbara, our licensed optician, has worked in our Mansfield office for 10 years and receives a lot of questions on what are the options for lenses and why do the prices in lenses vary so much.  Like all things in life, there are many options and some have added benefits to provide improved vision and

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