Eye Allergies in Every Season

Eye Allergies in Every Season

Eye allergies are caused by the same substances that give you a runny nose and sneezing. Individuals with seasonal allergies typically experience various reactions to their allergens such as sneezing, itchy eyes, or a headache. Symptoms of eye allergies include...
Bad Habits: Aging Your Eyes

Bad Habits: Aging Your Eyes

Do you feel like your eyes have aged? Some bad habits can make your eyes appear more aged than they are. The best way to preserve your eye health and appearance is to cut these bad habits out of your life! Rubbing Your Eyes There are tiny blood vessels under their...
Prevent Glaucoma: Regular Eye Exams

Prevent Glaucoma: Regular Eye Exams

Did you know, half of Americans with glaucoma don’t know they have it? Glaucoma is often called a silent thief of sight because the early stages often have no symptoms. In the US glaucoma is the second-leading cause of blindness. What is Glaucoma? Glaucoma is an eye...
Why You Need Multiple Pairs

Why You Need Multiple Pairs

Thanks to our busy lives, multiple hobbies, and all the activities in between, having multiple pairs of eyewear handy is a necessity. Even contact lens wearers should have alternative pairs of eyewear. But some of us still haven’t jumped on that bandwagon. If you’re...
What Is Dry Eye?

What Is Dry Eye?

Dry eye syndrome is caused by a chronic lack of moisture and lubrication of the eyes. Your eye’s tears keep the surface of the eye moist and lubricated, as well as washing away dust, debris, and other microorganisms. What causes dry eye? Typically dry eye occurs...

Attention Please:

The safety of our patients and staff is of the utmost importance to Peachtree City Eye Center; therefore, in light of the issues surrounding COVID-19, we wanted to let our patients know about the precautionary steps we are taking.

Patients are required to wear a mask upon arrival to our office. If you do not have a mask, you will have to purchase a mask or you will be asked to reschedule your appointment.

Any patient with a fever is asked not to enter the office.

We are asking patients to come to their scheduled exam alone. A guardian will be required for children 17 and younger. If the patient requires a caretaker, one person can accompany the patient.

We are asking patients to call us when they arrive for the exam and stay in their vehicle.

No Walk-in appointment at this time. Please call 770-487-8900.