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Yay--It’s 2020!

Maybe it’s not official, but we declare this to be the year of vision care.

Yes, all of us in the eye care community have been hyperventilating, waiting for this year forever!  We even heard of at least one optometrist who was putting off retirement because he wanted to be able to practice in 2020.  That’s commitment to a pun!

We’re sure you’ll hear a lot of 2020 jokes this year—but at least you’ll see them coming.

Here are a couple more.

Question:  Who do we think will win the next Presidential election?

Answer: We don’t know.  We don’t have 2020 vision.

Question:  What will be the biggest news story of this year?

Answer:  Ask us next year. Hindsight is always 2020.

All joking aside though, what better time than the year 2020 to make sure that your vision is where it should be?  Get an eye exam, talk with your eye care professional about issues that are troubling you, stop putting off getting your eyes dilated, see if your child’s problems in school could be resolved with a little vision therapy, quit MacGyvering your old glasses with duct tape and a bendy straw.  Your vision is one of your greatest treasures—we want to help you treat it that way!

Welcome to 2020—the year of 20/20 vision!

 

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optometrist, eye doctor, South Portland, ME

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743 Broadway
South Portland, ME 04106
Phone: (207) 799-3031   Fax: (207) 799-9005

Mon, Tue, Thur, Fri: 8:00am - 5:45pm
Wednesday: 8:30am - 5:45pm

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