Dr. Crumpton

Stellar advice on summertime eye protection

[av_two_fifth first min_height=” vertical_alignment=” space=” custom_margin=” margin=’0px’ padding=’0px’ border=” border_color=” radius=’0px’ background_color=” src=” background_position=’top left’ background_repeat=’no-repeat’ animation=” mobile_display=”] [av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=”] Last week, we gave you some tips for keeping independent by avoiding eye injury over the Fourth of July weekend. Our hope is that your holiday was a safe, enjoyable one. During our… Read More

Sub-specialists speak

Posted by: West Georgia Eye Care Center in Frontpage Article on March 4, 2016

West Georgia Eye Care Center was founded by specialists. In 1951, our inaugural year, one elite medical specialty was the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat (EENT). That is how this blogger had her own tonsils removed by Dr. Floyd Jarrell, and her first contact lenses fit by his… Read More

Not a LASIK candidate? Clear Lens Exchange might be a perfect fit.

It’s a night and day difference. (Russ Kinman, CLE patient) Russ Kinman, retired contractor and self-described “macho man” launched his journey with West Georgia Eye Care Center with a free LASIK consultation.* Like most LASIK-inquirers, he was frustrated with the limitations of glasses. He wanted to enjoy his everyday activities without the hassle of vision… Read More

Saving Vision One Screening at a Time

Posted by: West Georgia Eye Care Center in Frontpage Article on January 21, 2015

Glaucoma has been called “the silent thief of sight.” Unlike other eye maladies, glaucoma is quiet, subtle, hidden. With something like a cataract, chalazion, or a black eye, the problem is pretty obvious. Something is clearly wrong. However, glaucoma can sneak up on you, unawares, and literally steal you blind. How can you be on… Read More

Glaucoma: Are You at Risk?

Posted by: West Georgia Eye Care Center in Frontpage Article on January 15, 2015

It is estimated that only half of the 2.2 million Americans with glaucoma are even aware they have it. Glaucoma can be subtle at first, with no fireworks, no flashy symptoms. In the absence of obvious manifestations, many people do not realize the need for regular exams to check for disease. Ignorance is not bliss… Read More