Category Archives: Eye Care

Understanding the Common Signs of Cataracts

Cataracts are the leading cause of vision loss in the United States and affect approximately 24 million American adults over the age of 40. Cataracts are a natural part of aging and can happen to anyone and do occur in most adults. As we get older, the lenses in our eyes can gradually start to […]


Wondering What to Expect After LASIK?

Laser vision correction has been around for many years and is constantly evolving with technology. Dr. Frank Burns prides himself on constantly staying up to date on technology and making sure his patients are comforted during the whole process. Many people only think about the process leading up to LASIK, but our office wants to […]


Give the Gift of Clear Vision This Season

Welcome to the most wonderful time of the year! The holidays are in full swing and what better way to end the year than giving you or a loved one the gift of sight! Your eyes should be the most important part of your life and here at Middletown Eye Care in Middletown, KY our […]


Diabetic Eye Disease Awareness

November marks Diabetic Eye Disease Awareness Month, which here at Middletown Eyecare in Middletown, KY we want to increase awareness of diabetes and diabetic eye disease and encourage people with diabetes to seek treatment for vision problems related to diabetes. The main type of diabetic disease that occurs within the eye is diabetic retinopathy, which […]


Frank Burns of Middletown Eyecare Implants Alcons IQ PanOptix Trifocal IOL

  Frank Burns, MD of Middletown Eye Care is one of the first in Kentucky to implant Alcon’s Acrysof IQ PanOptix Trifocal IOL This new technology showed high patient satisfaction with more than ninety-nine percent Middletown, KY- Frank Burns, MD, the medical director of Middletown Eye Center was one of the first surgeons in Kentucky […]


Fun Eye Facts…..Because Why Not?

Fun Eye Facts . . . Because Why Not? The past few blogs I’ve written have been serious with a little bit of fun, but this time I thought I’d change it up and do a fun blog while still incorporating some seriousness.  Researching this has been really interesting, and I hope you find reading […]


Workplace Vision Wellness

  The month of March is Workplace Vision Wellness Month, and while you may think this does not apply to you, you are likely wrong.  Typically, we think of work-related eye injuries applying to those who spend most of their workday in construction zones, landscaping, farming, handling animals, manufacturing, etc.  But work-related eye injuries can […]


“Love Will Keep Us Together”

If you came into our office on February 1st, 2019, you would have noticed that our staff was dressed in red.  That was partly because our normal Friday scrub color is red.  The other reason was to celebrate National Wear Red Day to raise awareness about women and heart disease.  Luckily, they both fell on […]


“The eyes are the window to your soul.”

William Shakespeare once said, “The eyes are the window to your soul.”  Those eyes that let you watch your kids play ball, see the Eiffel Tower, read the beautiful words of a novel, or to see the precise detail in building clocks.  Those eyes that show a person’s emotional state when a smile, whether real […]


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