Holiday Closing

Salus University's clinical facilities will be closed Monday, September 5, 2016. All facilities will open with normal hours on Tuesday, September 6.

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Contact Lens 101: Understanding the Different Types

In order to choose the right type of contact lenses for you, you must work closely with your optometrist. At The Eye Institute (TEI) of Salus University’s Cornea and Specialty Contact Lens Service, optometrists prescribe contact lenses for a wide variety of concerns, including: nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, bifocal or multifocal correction, postsurgical treatment and prosthetic/cosmetic needs.

How to Properly Care for Your Contact Lenses

Millions of Americans wear contact lenses, but according to the Centers for Disease Control, up to 90 percent of them do not properly care for their lenses. Here are 10 tips for contact lens wearers.

InfantSEE Program Provides Free, Quality Eye Exams to Children

Did you know one in 10 children are at risk for a vision impairment? Did you know one in 25 children will develop strabismus, commonly referred to as cross-eye? Well, according to the American Optometric Association (AOA), these are just two of the many eye deficiencies children can possibly develop in their early years.