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Foggy glasses with your mask? Jul 11th, 2020

Foggy glasses with your mask? While it is essential for everyone to be wearing face masks to decrease risk of COVID-19 transmission, we all know it can be a bit pesky when our glasses start to fog with our masks. Here are some tips that help reduce condensation from your...

May is Melanoma Awareness Month! May 30th, 2020

May is Melanoma Awareness Month! When most people hear about melanoma, usually skin cancer first comes to mind—but, did you know we could also develop cancer in or on our eye? Ocular melanoma is a rare type of cancer that develops from the pigment producing cells of the eye, including...

Computer glasses for the COVID life May 13th, 2020

I have worn glasses or contact lenses since I was eight or nine years old. Way more years with corrective lenses than I have been without corrective lenses. I have worn contact lenses since i was in my early teens. I enjoy being glasses free so wearing glasses over my...

Team MDR's Share a Meal community service Mar 28th, 2020

Our Marina Del Rey Optometry team had the pleasure of serving the LA community with Share a Meal prior to the COVID-19 crisis.  Share A Meal is an amazing organization that comes together 5 days a week at different locations in LA to serve the homeless with basic necessities and...

February is Macular Degeneration Awareness Month! Feb 15th, 2020

The macula, the most sensitive part of the retina, is highly concentrated with cells that make up your fine visual acuity, central vision, and color vision.   There are two types of AMD; dry and wet. Dry AMD is the early form that ranges from fatty deposit accumulation in the...

Worried about the Coronavirus? Feb 4th, 2020

As a health care facility, Marina Del Rey Optometry, has always taken care to disinfect instruments to avoid the spread of viruses. The Coronavirus reminds us that there is a difference between disinfecting and sterilizing. Marina Del Rey Optometry is big advocate for single use contact lenses. Since each lens...