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Dr. Richard Vanover

Dr. Richard Vanover is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley School of Optometry. He lives in Stockton and has practiced here since 1994. Dr. Vanover is fluent in Spanish and enjoys working with children.

Protect Your Vision: Safety Tips for Home and Work Eye Hazards

People are very protective of their eyes. I notice this all the time in doing an eye exam in that people are tentative when you bring objects close to them. So it boggles my mind that people are so nonchalant when it comes to eye safety when they are outside of my office.

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There is no doubt that a lot of individuals protect their eyes. However, there are still some who do not bother protecting their e... Read More
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Contact lens are the perfect replacement for the annoying glasses that one have to wear even in summer time. The itchiness due to ... Read More
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Worth reading! Thanks for pretty awesome tips to protect vision at home as well as on workplace. Usually, people don't bother prot... Read More
Wednesday, 21 November 2018 01:53
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Healthy Contact Lens Habits

Many people take their contact lenses for granted. Taking unnecessary risks with your contact lenses is like texting and driving: It is an accident waiting to happen. Even people who have been fit properly and do everything right have run into problems. Here are a few key points for you to remember when using contact lenses.

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Seeing in the Summertime

It's another of those hot central valley summers and many of us are choosing to keep cool by enjoying watersports. Boating, wave running and swimming are all excellent ways to beat the heat but there are a few things we all need to watch out for when it comes to our eyes and our eye health.

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