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Dr. Black's Eye Associates of Southern Indiana
302 West 14th Street, Suite 100A
Jeffersonville, IN 47130
Phone: (812) 284-0660
Monday—Friday | 8 a.m.– 5 p.m.

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Dr. Black's Eye Associates of Southern Indiana
302 West 14th Street, Suite 100B
Jeffersonville, IN 47130
Phone: (812) 284-1700
Monday—Friday | 8 a.m.– 5 p.m.

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What Causes Dry Eye?

Did you know that tears normally bathe the eyes, even when you're not crying? Tears lubricate eyes to keep them moist and wash away dust and microorganisms that could damage the cornea and lead to an eye infection. Some people, however, suffer from a condition called dry eye syndrome. At our Dry Eye Center in …

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5 Tips To Prevent Diabetic Eye Disease

Vision care is a critical concern for people with diabetes, and it's important to find a highly qualified eye doctor. In Frankfort, KY, and throughout the Kentuckiana region, the eye doctors at Dr. Black's Eye Associates help prevent and treat diabetic eye disease. Diabetic patients can also play a significant role in preventing eye disease …

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Current Patient Guidelines

All Dr. Black’s Eye Associates locations will continue to require all patients, visitors and staff to wear masks correctly while in our health care offices in accordance with the recommendations of the CDC, American Academy of Ophthalmology, American Optometric Association and the Indiana Optometric Association . If you do not have a mask, please let us know …

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What is cataract surgery?

What Is Cataract Surgery?

Cataracts are essentially a part of aging, similar to wrinkles. Nearly 22 million Americans older than 40 have cataracts, and by age 80, half of us will have developed cataracts. And, again like wrinkles, cataracts tend to creep up on you because they develop gradually. Initially, issues related to cataracts such as nearsightedness can be …

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How to avoid dry eye during the winter, from your Louisville and Jeffersonville eyecare experts.

Tips for Avoiding Dry Eye in the Winter

People who suffer from dry eye may sometimes dread the coming winter months. That's because the weather is an important factor related to the severity of dry eye, and winter's cold months are the worst time of year for the condition. In addition to the cold weather conditions, the patients we see for dry eye …

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Don’t Forget Back-to-School Eye Exams

"Back-to-school" this year may mean students physically returning to school, attending online classes, or even being homeschooled. We understand there is nothing "normal" about the challenges parents face, no matter how students attend classes as a new school year begins. These unique learning situations, though, make it especially important to schedule student eye exams. In Frankfort, …

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Woman rides her bike with friends after LASIK surgery in Louisville KY

Life After LASIK: The Future Looks Bright

Since it was first approved by the FDA in 1995, LASIK surgery has helped countless women and men SEE MORE CLEARLY without the need for eyeglasses or contacts. With the advanced technology available today, such as the WaveLight laser for bladeless LASIK, the procedure is more customized and effective than ever before. LASIK patients from …

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Dr. David Strickland

Meet Our New Refractive Surgery Specialist Dr. David Strickland

Hello, I am Dr. David Strickland, a board-certified ophthalmologist specializing in refractive surgery. I am returning to the Louisville area to join Dr. Black's Eye Associates after a global adventure in the United States Navy for the past eight years. My wife and I are currently stationed at Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune in North …

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Happy couple who recognized and treated their Glaucoma in time.

Glaucoma: The Silent Vision Thief

What would you think if a disease that could rob people of their vision affected more than 2.2 million Americans but only half of them knew about it? That's the case with glaucoma. It's a disease that goes undetected in millions of people, especially those over age 60, because the symptoms develop gradually and painlessly. …

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