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Emily Eye Care, LLC
Lily Yeh, OD
Aaron Lewis, OD

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Welcome to Emily Eye Care in Enfield, Connecticut

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DrYeh DrLewis 0823Thank you for voting us Best Optometrist since 2014 and now being a repeated favorite in NCN Reader Polls, qualifying our practice for this year’s Hall of Fame Award. Emily Eye Care has long been dedicated to optimizing its patients’ vision by offering a full range of eye health services to patients of all ages. Individualized attention is the foundation of its care, to ensure that each patient’s eyes remain healthy.

Dr. Lily Yeh, Dr. Aaron Lewis and staff members are committed to providing each of our patients with comprehensive and personalized life- long eyecare. Eyes are important indicators of overall health. Comprehensive eye care goes beyond a prescription for eyeglasses and or contacts.

We stay up to date with rapid progress of medicine and technology, so you benefit from precise diagnosis and optimal treatments. We specialize in many common eye diseases such as Macular Degeneration, Glaucoma and Dry Eye Disease.

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To maintain your eye health our eye doctors offer a broad range of optometric services from complete eye exams, eyeglasses, contact lenses, to the diagnosis and treatment of complex eye diseases, such as cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, and diabetes.

Our office is dedicated to providing the highest quality optometric care. We take the time to get to know your eye care history and health. Our holistic approach to eye care ensures that you get the best possible care, advice, and options for your vision needs.

Dry eye syndrome is a chronic condition that develops when your eyes do not produce and maintain enough tears to keep the eye’s surface lubricated resulting in multiple symptoms that range from person to person such as minor dryness to blurred vision.


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How do I tell that I am developing glaucoma?

The real tragedy behind vision-stealing glaucoma is that most people afflicted with this eye disease do not even realize they have it. As a result, the condition goes undiagnosed and untreated, which too often leads to unnecessary blindness. Of the 2.7 million people in the United States with glaucoma, half are undiagnosed. Most are lulled into a false sense of confidence because glaucoma often displays no symptoms in its early stages. By the time it begins to affect vision, any lost sight is impossible to regain. The risk of developing glaucoma begins to increase dramatically at midlife, which is why everyone should have a baseline exam by age 40. The most important concern is protecting your sight. Doctors look at many factors before making decisions about your treatment. If your condition is particularly difficult to diagnose or treat, you may be referred to a glaucoma specialist. While glaucoma is most common in middle-aged individuals, the disease can strike at any age, with those having a family history of the disease being especially vulnerable.

Does reading my smartphone or tablet in the dark damage my eyes?

Reading from a tablet or smartphone in the dark is okay for your eyes, as long as it's not for a long period of time. These devices have decent lighting and good contrast. However, they give off blue light, and long-term exposure may cause damage to the structures of the eye. As well, studies have shown that blue light at night disrupts melatonin production and interferes with healthy sleep cycles. Optometrists recommend wearing blue light blocking eyewear for extended digital device use, and limiting screen time during the last hour before bedtime.

I woke up with a red eye, but it’s not painful. Should I wait a few days or have it seen right away?

It is always a good idea to come to see our eye doctor to make sure if it is something threatening to your vision, but most often red eyes that aren’t painful could be due to subconjunctival hemorrhages or viral infections. Subconjunctival hemorrhages look like small pools of blood on the whites of the eyes which are harmless if only confined to the outside of the eye; however, could be vision threatening if also on the inside of the eye. Call for an emergency appointment so that our eye doctor can determine what the problem really is and treat if necessary.

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139 Hazard Avenue Bldg 1, Unit 1 & 2
Enfield, CT 06082
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*Please note we do not have a doctor or optician available on Mondays


Is it an Emergency?

If you experience loss of vision, double vision, swelling, infection or any eye emergency, contact us immediately for guidance. We’ll help you with the best treatment to prevent complications and promote long-lasting clear eyesight.
Please call our office at: 860-749-1233 for further instructions. Use your best judgment on urgency, if you feel the need to find the nearest emergency room.


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